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Epson Photo Media Viewer Port Jefferson Station NY

One of the things that limited the functionality of the P-2000 was that it had difficulty displaying higher resolution images and handling RAW images. The P-5000 corrects those limitations. It can display images up to 30 megapixels and it works with a wide range of RAW file formats. According to the specs, it will display RAW files generated with higher-end Epson, Nikon, Canon, Konica-Minolta, Pentax and Olympus digital cameras.

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Epson Photo Media Viewer

Epson P-5000 Photo Media Viewer Review

Reader Score: 8.00 (out of 10)
Review: "As a long time user of the Epson P-2000, I was looking forward to playing with the newest generation of the company's portable storage solutions. While I took a look at the P-3000 at a trade show, I never did get my hands on it for testing. So I was really interested in working with the P-5000. I mention the P-3000 because that was a radical departure from the P-2000. It had different styling and a different user interface. Many of the specs and capabilities of the P-3000 have been incorporated into the P-5000.

One of the things that limited the functionality of the P-2000 was that it had difficulty displaying higher resolution images and handling RAW images. The P-5000 corrects those limitations. It can display images up to 30 megapixels and it works with a wide range of RAW file formats. According to the specs, it will display RAW files generated with higher-end Epson, Nikon, Canon, Konica-Minolta, Pentax and Olympus digital cameras. I tested the unit with 16-megapixel Canon RAW files. The unit was able to display the RAW files as mini thumbnails, larger thumbnails and full-sized images."

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