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Old Jun 2, 2003, 9:29 PM   #1
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Default Dye sublimation vs. real photo paper

I now have a choice of two printing methods for enlarged pictures in a nearby store that has both a Fuji Frontier Mini-lab and a Kodak Picture Maker Machine (for how long now that they have the other machine?) Anyhow, both technologies give excellent results. But I am curious as to which will last longer without noticeable color degradation. I have a few pictures I would like to frame (already have one printed using a dye sublimation printer) and want to know which technology is best and lasts longer.

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