Comparative Test of 8 MFCs with Fax: Graphic print: 2-didot point-fonts
If you plan to print with high attention to detail, the MFC you choose should be able to print very small fonts in good quality.
DC takes a photo of a 2-didot point-font, which is about 0,5 millimeters in size. Here separates the wheat from the chaff, our pictures show the differing qualities.
The file is printed in high quality mode on inkjet-paper, provided by the manufacturer. Click on the pictures to compare qualities.
Both Brothers print the font sharp edged, but with misplaced pixels. The Canon prints razor-sharp. Epson´s MFC prints with too much ink, HP with fuzzy edges, the Officejet Pro L7580 doing slightly better. Winner of this contest is Kodak´s Easyshare 5300. Lexmark´s MFC omits too many details.