The Stylus Photo 825 comes with an adapter for
CompactFlash, Memory Stick, MultiMediaCard, and Secure Digital media; if your
camera uses a different format, you'll have to provide your own PC Card
adapter. As with Epson's more expensive Stylus Photo 925, the Stylus Photo 825
comes with ArcSoft's PhotoImpression photo editor, Epson's own FilmFactory
photo-album program, and a PIM color-matching plug-in for Adobe Photoshop.
The printer doesn't include an LCD preview monitor, but Epson
sells a separate one for $80 that displays the photos on your memory card, so
you don't have to remember frame numbers or print a contact sheet. The company
also provides a detachable spindle for feeding paper in rolls.