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Printing Pictures
Pictures stored in the internal memory or on the memory card can be printed in
the same way as pictures taken with a film camera. Using Print set in the Playback
menu, you can specify the pictures to be printed, the number of prints, and the
information to be included with each print.
Printing Pictures
Stored pictures in the internal memory or on the memory card can be printed as
follows:
*1 If Print set is not set, one copy of all pictures is printed.
*2 The optional PD-10 wireless printer adapter must be purchased. For more information, see the manual for the
adapter.
Printing the Date and Time of Recording on Pictures
The date of recording can be printed by performing one of the following procedures:
Before taking pictures set the Date imprint option in the Set-up menu (c69, 122).
If the printer or print service supports Digital Print Order Format (DPOF), use the Date op-
tion in the Print set in the Playback menu (c66-69).
Transfer the pictures to a computer and print them using PictureProject print settings. For
more information, see the PictureProject Reference Manual (on CD).
DPOF
DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) is a recording format that stores the print order, such as pic-
tures or quantity to be printed and recording date, and the shooting information, on the mem-
ory card. Before using this option, check that the digital photo lab or printer supports DPOF.
How to print Memory card The memory c
Take the memory card
to a digital photo lab
Take the memory card contain-
ing pictures for which DPOF
(Digital Print Order Format) is
created using. Print set*1 to a
digital photo lab, and ask for
them to be printed.
Copy (
c
114) the
pictures to the mem-
ory card, and print as
described on the left.
Depending on the
digital photo lab,
take the camera and
ask for printing.
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Use a printer equipped
with a card slot
Insert the memory card contain-
ing pictures for which DPOF
(Digital Print Order Format) is
created using Print set*1 into a
printer equipped with a card
slot, and print them.
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Use a printer that sup-
ports PictBridge
Connect the camera to a printer that supports PictBridge
using a USB cable or wireless LAN
*2
, and print pictures.
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Transfer the pictures to a
computer and print them
For more information, see the PictureProject Refer-
ence Manual (on CD).
Use a printer connected
to a computer
Store the printer as a host for Wireless transfer mode
and print pictures directly. 148
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