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Chromira prints are continuous tone photographic prints exposed digitally by a scanning LED light source. The Chromira is a digital enlarger that exposes photographic paper with LEDs. The photo paper is then processed in chemistry, creating a continuous-tone, true photographic print. It is different from inkjet printers because it exposes photographic paper (no ink is involved), whereas inkjet printers physically lay ink on paper or canvas.


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