Printer User Guide
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OO Make sure you read this guide including the “Safety Precautions”
section before using the printer.
OO Read this guide carefully for the correct use of the printer.
OO Keep this guide handy for future reference.
Package Contents
Check if the following items are included in your printer package, using the □ check boxes.
If anything is missing, contact the retailer where you purchased the printer.
□ SELPHY Printer Unit
□
Paper Cassette
(Postcard Size (4 x 6 in.))
PCP-CP400
□ SELPHY CP900
Solution Disk
□ Compact Power Adapter
□ Power Cord
□ Cleaner Unit*
□ Dust Protection Cover
CA-CP200 B
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DPC-CP100*2
□ Printer User Guide
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□ Warranty Card
*1 May not be included in some regions.
*2 May not be included in some regions. Purchase separately if required.
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Ink and Paper (Sold Separately)
Before using the printer, be sure to purchase a Color Ink Cassette/Paper Set separately.
Color Ink Cassette/Paper Set
Product Name
Color Ink Cassette/Paper Set KP-36IP
(Postcard)
Color Ink Cassette/Paper Set KP-72IN
(Photo Paper)
Color Ink Cassette/Paper Set KP-108IN
(Photo Paper)
Color Ink Cassette/Paper Set KL-36IP
Color Ink Cassette/Paper Set KL-36IP
3 Pack
Paper Size
72
Paper Cassette PCP-CP400
(Included with SELPHY)
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L Size
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108
Paper Cassette PCPL-CP400*
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Card Size
* Purchase separately with Color Ink Cassette/Paper Set.
Some accessories may not be available in some regions.
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Necessary Paper Cassette
36
Postcard
Size
Color Ink Cassette/Paper Set KC-36IP
Color Ink Cassette/Label Set
KC-18IF (Full Page Sticker)
Color Ink Cassette/Label Set KC-18IL
(8 Stickers Per Page)
Color Ink Cassette/Square Label Set KC-18IS
(square stickers)
Number of
Possible Prints
18
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Paper Cassette PCC-CP400*
Read This First
OO The images printed with this product should be intended for personal use. Do not print images that
infringe upon copyright laws without the prior permission of the copyright holder.
OO This product’s warranty is only effective in the country of sale. If there is a problem with the printer
while abroad, please return it to the country of sale before proceeding with a warranty claim to a Canon
Customer Support Help Desk.
OO The LCD monitor is produced with extremely high-precision manufacturing techniques. More than 99.99%
of the pixels operate to specification. However, some pixels may occasionally misfire or appear as red or
black dots. This is not a malfunction. Also, this will not affect the printed image.
OO The LCD monitor may be covered with a thin plastic film for protection against scratches during shipment.
If so, remove the film before using the printer.
Conventions Used in this Guide
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This printer will be referred to as “SELPHY” or “printer”.
Icons are used in the text to represent SELPHY’s buttons. For details, refer to "Controls" (p. ‌6).
Language that displays on the screen appears inside [ ] (square brackets).
: Indicates important notes.
: Indicates tips and additional information.
(p. xx): Indicates where you can find more information. xx: Indicates the page number.
This guide assumes all functions are at their default settings.
The various types of memory cards that can be used in this printer are collectively referred to as “memory
cards”.
Table of Contents
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Package Contents_________________________ 2
Ink and Paper (Sold Separately)______________ 2
Read This First___________________________ 3
Conventions Used in this Guide______________ 3
Safety Precautions________________________ 4
Setting Up SELPHY________________________ 5
Component Guide_________________________ 6
Information Displayed on the Screen__________ 7
Getting Started___________________________ 7
Setting the Display Language_______________ 11
Memory Cards You Can Use________________ 12
Images That Can Be Printed________________ 12
Selecting and Printing Images_______________ 13
Printing All Images________________________ 16
Storing the Printed Photos__________________ 17
Cleaning Up After Printing__________________ 17
Maintaining the Printer_____________________ 17
Cropping and Printing Images_______________ 18
Printing ID Photos________________________ 19
Printing a Variety of Images_________________ 20
Printing via Wireless LAN___________ 25
Before Using Wireless LAN_________________
Selecting Communication Mode_____________
Printing in Ad Hoc Mode___________________
Printing in Infrastructure Mode______________
Printing Images from Your Computer_________
Other Functions of Wireless LAN____________
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Connecting with Other Devices
Using a Cable____________________ 43
Printing From Your Computer_______________ 44
Printing From Your Digital Camera___________ 46
Appendix________________________ 47
Printing When a Power Outlet is not
Available_______________________________
Troubleshooting__________________________
Specifications___________________________
Handling SELPHY________________________
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Safety Precautions
OO Before using the product, please ensure that you read the safety precautions described below. Always
ensure that the product is used correctly.
OO The safety precautions noted on the following pages are intended to prevent injuries to yourself and other
persons, or damage to the equipment.
OO Be sure to also check the guides included with any separately sold accessories you use.
Warning
Denotes the possibility of serious injury or death.
OO Store this equipment out of the reach of children and infants.
Mistakenly putting the power cord around a child’s neck could result in asphyxiation.
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Use only recommended power sources.
Do not attempt to disassemble, alter or apply heat to the product.
Avoid dropping or subjecting the product to severe impacts.
To avoid the risk of injury, do not touch the interior of the printer if it has been dropped or
otherwise damaged.
OO Stop using the product immediately if it emits smoke, a strange smell, or otherwise behaves abnormally.
OO Do not use organic solvents such as alcohol, benzine, or thinner to clean the equipment.
OO Do not let the product come into contact with water (e.g. sea water) or other liquids.
OO Do not allow liquids or foreign objects to enter the printer.
This could result in electrical shock or fire.
If liquid comes into contact with the product, unplug it from the outlet and consult your retailer or a Canon
Customer Support Help Desk.
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OO Do not touch this printer or the power plug during thunderstorms.
This could result in electrical shock or fire. Immediately stop using the equipment and distance yourself from it.
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OO Unplug the power cord periodically and wipe away any dust and dirt that has collected on the
plug, the exterior of the power outlet, and the surrounding area with a dry cloth.
OO Do not handle the power cord with wet hands.
OO Do not use the equipment in a manner that exceeds the rated capacity of the electrical outlet or
wiring accessories. Do not use if the power cord or plug are damaged, or not fully plugged into
the outlet.
OO Do not allow dirt or metal objects (such as pins or keys) to contact the terminals or plug.
OO Do not cut, damage, alter or place heavy items on the power cord.
This could result in electrical shock or fire.
OO Do not play the supplied CD-ROM(s) in any CD player that does not support data CD-ROMs.
Playing the CD-ROM(s) in an audio CD player (music player) could damage the speakers. It is also possible to
suffer hearing loss from listening with headphones to the loud sounds of a CD-ROM played on a music CD player.
Caution
Denotes the possibility of injury.
OO Do not stick any part of your hand into the printer interior.
OO Be sure to place SELPHY safely so as to avoid tripping over the power cord.
This could lead to injury or damage the printer.
OO Avoid using, placing or storing the printer in the following places.
Places subject to strong sunlight. Places subject to temperatures above 40 °C (104 °F).
Humid or dusty areas. Places subject to strong vibrations.
This may heat up and damage the printer or adapter and could result in electrical shock, burn, injury, or a fire.
High temperature may cause deformation of the adapter or printer casing.
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Caution
Denotes the possibility of damage to the equipment.
OO Unplug the product from the power outlet when you are not using it.
OO Do not place anything, such as cloth, on top of the printer while in use.
Leaving the unit plugged in for a long period of time may cause it to overheat and become distorted, resulting
in fire.
OO Never reuse paper for printing, even if an image is only printed on part of the paper, and there is
leftover blank space as shown.
Reusing paper to print can cause the ink sheet to become stuck to the paper or cause paper jams and
damage the printer.
OO Do not disconnect the power plug while printing.
If you have accidentally turned off the power, turn it on again and wait for the paper to be ejected. Consult
your retailer or a Canon Customer Support Help Desk in the event of a paper jam. Do not remove jammed
paper by force. The printer could be damaged.
OO Do not use the printer near a device that creates a magnetic field such as a motor, or in a dusty
place.
This may damage the printer or cause the printer to malfunction.
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Setting Up SELPHY
More than the
length of the
paper
10 cm
(4 in.) or
more
OO Place SELPHY on a stable and even surface, such as a
table. Never place it on an unstable or tilted surface.
OO Keep SELPHY at least 1 m (3 ft.) from devices emitting
electromagnetic waves or strong magnetic fields.
OO Make sure there is at least 10 cm (4 in.) of free space
around SELPHY.
OO Since paper will pass in and out of SELPHY during
printing, make sure the space behind the printer is
greater than the length of the paper.
10 cm
(4 in.) or
more
OO Do not use SELPHY near a device that creates a magnetic field such as a motor, or in a dusty
place. This may damage the printer or cause the printer to malfunction.
OO Do not place near a television or radio. This may cause the printer to malfunction.
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Component Guide
Card Slots (p. ‌12)
Paper Cassette
Compartment (p. ‌10)
Ink Cassette Lock (p. ‌14)
Paper Cassette
Compartment Cover (p. ‌10)
Ink Cassette Compartment
Cover (p. ‌10)
USB Terminal for Computer (p.‌45)
USB Terminal for Digital
Camera/USB Flash Memory
Connection (pp. ‌15, ‌46)
Air Vent (p.‌54)
DC IN (Power Input) Terminal (p. ‌10)
Paper Ejection Slot
Security Slot*
Ink Cassette Compartment (p. ‌10)
* Security cables, such as a Kensington lock, can be attached to this slot.
Controls
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Icons Used in
This Guide
Name
Function
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Screen (LCD Monitor)
Displays images, setting screens, or error messages (p. ‌51)
q
Power Button
Turns SELPHY on or off (p. 1
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k
MENU Button
Displays the menu screen (p. ‌11).
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EDIT Button
Displays the edit menu and rotates the cropping frame.
OK Button
Sets the selected item.
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Up/+ COPIES Button
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Down/– COPIES
Button
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Left Button
r
Right Button
-
Enlarge Button
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Reduce Button
Switches the display, reduces the cropping frame.
v
BACK Button
Restores the previous screen (p. ‌20), cancels printing (p. ‌14).
p
PRINT Button
Starts printing (p. ‌14).
Specifies number of copies, selects items to set.
Switches images, changes settings.
Switches the display, enlarges the cropping frame.
Information Displayed on the Screen
File number
Shooting date of the displayed image
Paper orientation
Memory card slot (p. ‌12)
Print size
(Postcard size in this example)
Print settings (pp. ‌21 – ‌24)
(Settings that are not available are
dimmed)
Number of copies for the displayed image
Number of copies
Switching the screen display
You can display the image full-screen by pressing the - button. A frame to indicate the print range is also
displayed.
You can display 4 images on the screen by pressing the 0 button.
Getting Started
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Preparations for printing images. A Postcard size (4 x 6 in.) Color Ink Cassette/Paper Set (sold separately)
(p. ‌2) will be used as an example; however, preparation is the same for other sizes.
Take care not to get any dust on the paper since it may cause lines on the printed photos or damage the printer (p. ‌5).
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Preparing the Ink Cassette
Check the ink cassette and ink sheet.
Ink sheet
OO Hold the ink cassette without touching the ink sheet
and check if the size of the paper you are going to
print matches the paper size shown on the ink cassette
(Postcard (4x6in) Size), Card Size, etc.).
OO Check that the ink sheet is taut with no slack. If the
ink sheet is slack, turn the sprocket as shown in the
illustration to tighten it, otherwise the ink sheet may be
torn when it is inserted into SELPHY.
OO Take care not to touch the ink sheet, not to handle the ink cassette with wet hands, and not to
get any dust or dirt in the ink sheet. Dirt and water drops may cause lines on photos, poor print
quality, a tear in the ink sheet, or cause the printer to malfunction (p. ‌5).
OO When tightening, turn the sprocket gently without force. Forcing it may cause a tear in the ink
sheet or the ink sheet will run out before completing a photo print, resulting in leftover paper.
OO Do not reuse a spent ink cassette since this may damage the printer or cause malfunction.
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Preparing the Paper Cassette
Check the paper size.
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OO Check that the prepared ink cassette and the size shown
on the paper cassette (POSTCARD (4x6in), CARD SIZE,
etc.) match.
Open the lid.
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OO There are two layers of lids. Open the outer lid
then open the inner lid .
first,
Set the paper.
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Glossy side
OO Set the paper into the paper cassette that you prepared.
OO You can place up to 18 sheets in the paper cassette.
Inserting 19 or more sheets may damage the printer or
cause malfunction.
OO Hold the paper as shown in the illustration and load with
the glossy side up. (Do not touch the print side (glossy
side) of the paper with your fingers. This may prevent
you from making clean prints.)
OO If a protective sheet is included with the paper, remove it
and set only the paper into the cassette.
OO When making Postcard size prints that have an area for
pasting a stamp, insert the cards so that the stamp area
is faced as shown in the illustration.
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Close the lid.
OO Close the inner lid until it clicks into place. Leave the
outer lid open during printing.
Printing with L Size
OO You can print in L size using PCPL-CP400 (sold
separately).
OO You can also print in Postcard size by removing the
adapter as shown in the illustration.
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OO Use only dedicated paper included in the genuine Canon brand Color Ink Cassette/Paper Sets
for use in SELPHY CP series printers. Regular printing paper, regular postcards, or dedicated
paper for SELPHY ES series printers cannot be used.
OO Never do the following. This may damage the printer or cause the printer to malfunction.
-- reverse the paper (the glossy side is the print side)
-- bend or separate the paper at the perforations before printing
-- use label sheets that have begun to peel or label sheets with
portions peeled
-- write on a sheet before printing
-- reuse paper for printing on the blank part (p. ‌5).
OO Do not touch the springs on the paper cassette.
If the springs are bent or deformed, paper will not feed correctly
into SELPHY.
OO One spring is attached at the center of the top surface on card
sized paper cassettes.
OO Take care not to touch or rub the print (the glossy) side of the
paper, not to handle the paper with wet hands, and not to get any
dust or dirt on the paper. Dirt and water drops may cause lines on
photos, poor print quality, or damage the printer (p. ‌5).
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Attaching the Dust Protection Cover
By attaching the dust protection cover DPC-CP100, you can prevent dust or dirt from accumulating on the
paper. The dust protection cover may not be included in some regions. Purchase separately if required.
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OO Insert the dust protection cover as shown in the
illustration.
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OO In a place with a lot of dust or dirt, or outdoors, the dust protection cover may not be able to
prevent dust or dirt from accumulating on the paper, so take care to select a clean environment
when using SELPHY.
OO Store the dust protection cover in a bag to prevent dust when not using.
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Inserting the Ink and Paper Cassettes
1
Open the covers.
2
Insert the ink cassette.
3
Insert the paper cassette.
Connecting the Power
OO Open the covers for the ink cassette and paper cassette
compartments.
OO Insert the ink cassette into the printer in the direction
indicated by the arrow on the cassette until it clicks and
locks into place.
OO Close the ink cassette compartment cover.
OO Make sure that the outer lid is open (p. ‌8) and insert the
paper cassette all the way into the compartment.
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Plug the adapter cord into SELPHY.
2
Connect the power cord.
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OO Fully insert the adapter plug into SELPHY.
OO Connect the power cord to the compact power adapter,
then plug the other end into a power outlet.
Setting the Display Language
You can change the language displayed in the LCD monitor menus and messages. The default setting is
English.
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2
Turn on SELPHY.
OO Press and hold the q button until the screen shown on
the left is displayed.
OO To turn the power off, press and hold the q button and
release when the screen display changes.
Raise the screen (LCD monitor).
OO Do not raise the LCD monitor more than 45° as this may
result in damage or malfunction.
Approx. 45°
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Display the settings screen.
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OO Press the k button.
OO Press the ud buttons to select [Change Settings], and
then press the o button.
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Display the language settings screen.
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Select a language.
OO Press the ud buttons to select [
press the o button.
Language], and then
OO PPress the udlr buttons to select a language, and
then press the o button.
OO You can go back to Step 2 if you press the v button
twice.
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Memory Cards You Can Use
Memory Cards That Can be Used Without an
Adapter
OO SD Memory Card
OO SDHC Memory Card
OO SDXC Memory Card
Memory Cards That Require an Adapter (commercially
available)
OO miniSD Memory Card
OO miniSDHC Memory Card
OO microSD Memory Card
OO microSDHC Memory Card
OO microSDXC Memory Card
OO RS-MMC Card *
OO MMCmobile Card
OO MMCmicro Card
OO MultiMediaCard
OO MMCplus Card
OO HC MMCplus Card
* “RS-MMC” is an abbreviation of “Reduced-Size Multi Media Card”.
OO For memory cards that require an adapter, be sure to first insert the memory card into the adapter
before inserting into the appropriate card slot.
If you insert the memory card into a card slot without using an adapter, you may not be able to
remove the memory card from the printer.
OO Use a memory card formatted in the device used for taking the images. A memory card formatted
on a computer may not be recognized.
OO Refer to the user guide included with your memory card and adapter for handling instructions.
About USB Flash Memory
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You can print images on a commercially available USB flash memory by connecting it to SELPHY (p. ‌15).
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Images That Can Be Printed
JPEG images conforming to the Exif standard can be printed with SELPHY.
OO Irregularly sized images, or images that have been edited on a computer may not display or print properly.
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Selecting and Printing Images
You can select an image and specify the number of copies for printing. In this section, an SD memory card
will be used as an example, but you can print from other memory cards using the same steps.
1
Turn on SELPHY.
2
Raise the screen (LCD monitor).
OO Press and hold the q button until the screen shown on
the left is displayed.
OO To turn the power off, press and hold the q button and
release when the screen display changes.
OO Do not raise the LCD monitor more than 45° as this may
result in damage or malfunction.
Approx. 45°
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Insert the memory card into the slot.
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OO Insert the card faced as shown in the illustration until it
clicks.
OO To remove the card, push it in until it clicks and release
your finger slowly.
XX The screen in Step 4 below (image display screen)
(p. ‌7) will be displayed.
Label side
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Select an image.
5
Select the number of copies.
OO Press the lr buttons to select an image to print.
OO Every 5th image will be displayed if you press and hold
the lr buttons.
Number of copies for the
displayed image
Number of copies
OO Press the ud buttons to select the number of copies.
OO If you press and hold the ud buttons, the number
increases or decreases by 5 copies.
OO To print another image at the same time, repeat Steps 4
and 5.
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Print.
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Insert the paper.
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Change the ink cassette.
OO Press thep button to start printing.
OO During printing, the paper will pass in and out from the
back of SELPHY several times. Do not touch the paper
until printing has finished and the printed sheets collect
on the print output tray (on the outer lid of the paper
cassette).
OO Do not let 19 or more printed sheets collect on the print
output tray.
OO During printing, always press the v button to cancel
printing.
OO If the paper out message is displayed on the screen, pull
the paper cassette out from SELPHY without turning off
the power.
OO Refill the paper cassette with new paper (p. ‌8) and
reinsert the cassette into SELPHY (p. 1
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OO If the ink out message is displayed on the screen, open
the ink cover without turning off the power.
OO The ink cassette will come out if you move the lock in
the direction shown in the illustration. Insert a new ink
cassette (pp. ‌7, ‌10).
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OO Never pull out the paper cassette, open the ink cassette compartment cover, or remove the
memory card while you can hear the printer’s operation sounds immediately after turning on the
printer, or during printing. This may damage the printer.
OO Press the v button to cancel printing. You cannot cancel printing by pressing the power button
and the printer could be damaged if you unplug it to disconnect power.
OO It may take some time before images are displayed on the screen in Step 4 if the memory card contains a large
number of images.
OO If the [DPOF images remain] screen is displayed, refer to “Printing Images Using Digital Camera Specified
Settings (DPOF Print)” (p .‌46).
OO You can specify up to 99 images in Step 4 and up to 99 copies per image in Step 5. However, the total number
of copies cannot exceed 999.
OO The printer does not stop printing until it finishes the page being printed even if you press the v button to
cancel printing.
Avoiding Incomplete Photos
Note the following to avoid wasted remaining paper due to the ink sheet running out before completing a
photo print.
OO Do not turn the sprocket too much when tightening the ink sheet (p. ‌7).
OO Always press the v button when you want to cancel printing and never turn off the power before pressing
the v button (Step 6).
OO If the paper out message is displayed on the screen, refill the paper without turning off the power and
without removing the ink cassette (Step 7), or press the v button to cancel printing (Step 6).
Depending on print conditions, you may not be able to avoid incomplete photo prints due to the ink sheet
running out in some cases even if you follow the above instructions.
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Printing From USB Flash Memory
Just like images on memory cards, images on commercially available USB flash memory can also be printed.
Insert a USB flash memory.
OO Insert a USB flash memory as shown.
OO All further steps are the same as those used for printing
images from memory cards (pp. ‌13 – ‌14).
OO Depending on the brand of USB flash memory used, it may be difficult to insert or remove, and it may not
operate properly.
OO Refer to the user guide included with your USB flash memory for operating instructions.
Printing 1 Copy of the Selected Image
You can print 1 copy of the selected image with simple operation.
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Select and print an image.
OO Select the image as described in Steps 1 to 4 on p. ‌13.
OO Press the p button to print 1 copy of the selected
image.
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OO If you have specified the image and the number of copies in Steps 4 to 5 on p. ‌13, SELPHY
will print as specified even if you carry out the above operations. Therefore, make sure that the
number of copies is "0" in Step 4 on p. ‌13 before trying this operation.
Printing on Square Stickers
OO You can print square images on stickers using Color Ink
Cassette/Square Label Set KC-18IS (p. ‌2).
OO Set [Borders] to [
Bordered] (p. ‌21).
OO If the image is not square, the image may not fit into the sticker or may leave margins.
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Printing All Images
You can print all images on a memory card at once.
1
Display the menu.
2
Display the settings screen.
3
Select the number of copies.
OO Press the k button.
OO Press the ud buttons to select [Print All Images], then
press the o button.
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Number of
images on card
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OO Press the ud buttons to set the number of copies.
Number of copies
Number of
sheets required
Print the images.
OO Press the p button to start printing.
OO To cancel printing, press the v button.
OO If there are 1000 or more images on the card, only 999 copies will be printed in order of the most recent by
shooting date.
OO You can specify up to 99 copies in Step 3. However, the total number of copies cannot exceed 999.
(For example, you can specify up to 9 copies when you have 100 images in the card.)
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Storing the Printed Photos
OO When both edges of a print have perforations, you can remove the edges
by bending them.
OO Use an oil-based pen to write on prints.
OO To prevent discoloration, do not store prints in places subject to
temperatures of over 40 °C (104 °F), humid or dusty places, or in direct
sunlight.
OO Avoid the following actions as they may result in color change, color
fading or color bleeding: Sticking any type of adhesive tape on a print
surface, allowing print surfaces to come into contact with vinyl or plastic,
applying alcohol or other volatile solvents to a print surface, or leaving the print surface tightly pressed
against other surfaces or objects for prolonged periods.
OO If you wish to mount prints in an album, select an album with photo covers made of nylon, polypropylene
or cellophane.
OO Color may change over time or depending on storage conditions. Canon assumes no liability for
color changes.
Cleaning Up After Printing
Turn off SELPHY (p. 1
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Lower the screen (LCD monitor) flat for storage.
Unplug the power cord from the power outlet and disconnect the adapter plug from SELPHY.
OO If the compact power adapter is hot, wait until it has cooled down before you store it.
Remove the paper cassette and close the paper cassette compartment cover. Keep the remaining paper
inside the cassette and store the cassette in a dark, cool, and dry place free from dust.
OO Keep the ink cassette inside SELPHY.
OO Store SELPHY horizontally, in a dark place free from dust. Dust and dirt may cause white lines on
photos or damage the printer.
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OO When you have more than one ink cassette, keep one inside SELPHY, and keep the other inside
the original packaging or a bag to protect it from dust, and store it in a dark place.
OO When storing new paper and ink cassettes, leave them in unopened packages, and keep them in
a dark place.
Maintaining the Printer
To prevent dust and dirt from causing lines on photos and to ensure the print quality, clean SELPHY regularly
using the supplied cleaner unit (p. ‌2) before printing and when changing the ink cassette. Note that the
cleaning unit may not be included in some regions.
Cleaning SELPHY.
OO Remove the ink cassette if it is inserted.
OO Insert the cleaner unit with the arrow side up as shown
fully and then pull out. Repeat this several times.
OO Store the cleaner unit in a bag to prevent dust after
cleaning.
OO Do not touch the white part of the cleaner unit as it will not clean as effectively.
OO Do not use any cleaning kits other than the supplied cleaner unit. Doing so may cause the printer
to malfunction.
OO If lines still appear on photos after cleaning, contact a Canon Customer Support Help Desk.
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Cropping and Printing Images
You can crop and print part of an image.
1
Display the cropping screen.
OO Select an image as described in Step 4 on p. ‌13, press
the EDIT button, and then press the o button.
XX A cropping frame to indicate the range will be displayed.
2
Determine the range.
3
Make the setting.
4
OO The cropping frame switches between portrait and
landscape each time you press the EDIT button.
OO You can move the cropping frame by pressing the
udlr buttons.
OO You can enlarge the cropping frame by pressing the button and shrink it by pressing the 0 button.
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OO When you press theo button, the cropping range is set
and the screen returns to the image display screen with
displayed at the bottom left.
OO To crop another image and print at the same time, repeat
Steps 1 to 3.
Print the images.
OO Print as described in Step 6 on p. ‌14.
XX The cropping range is cleared when printing is finished.
OO If you want to change the cropping range after setting it, press the EDIT button in the image display screen,
press the ud buttons to select [Adjust Cropping], and press the o button to repeat Steps 2 to 3.
OO If you want to cancel the cropping range after setting it, press the EDIT button in the image display screen, press
the ud buttons to select [Reset Cropping], press the o button to display the reset cropping screen, and then
press the o button again.
OO The cropping ranges are all cleared if you turn SELPHY off or remove the memory card before printing them.
OO You can set up to 99 images with cropping ranges.
Index]
OO You cannot crop images when you are printing with [Print All Images] or [DPOF Print], or you have selected [
shuffle] in [Page Layout] (p. 2
‌ 2).
or [
OO You cannot change the vertical and horizontal ratio of the cropping frame on the screen.
OO You can change the number of copies by pressing the ud buttons in the image display screen in Step 3. The
cropping range setting is not cleared by setting the number of copies to 0.
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Printing ID Photos
You can print your image as an ID photo. You can
select the size from [Multi-size], [Standard]*, and
[Custom].
Also, you can select up to 2 types of images to be
printed on 1 sheet.
* The Standard size conforms to the ICAO international
standards.
1
Set to print ID photos.
2
Specify the ID photo size.
3
OO Press the k button.
OO Press the ud buttons to select [ID Photo], and then
press the o button.
OO Press the lr buttons to select the size, and then press
the o button.
OO If you have selected [Custom], press the ud buttons to
select [Long Side], press the lr buttons to specify the
length, then specify the length for [Short Side], and then
press o again. The values which can be specified in
[Short Side] change automatically according to the value
you have specified in [Long Side].
OO If you have selected [Multi-size], the size of the image to
be printed is displayed.
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Select and print the images.
OO Select the image by pressing the lr buttons, and press
the u button.
is displayed at the bottom right of the
screen (up to 2 images).
OO Press the EDIT button to set the cropping range (p. ‌18).
OO Print as described in Step 6 on p. ‌14.
XX Settings are cleared when printing is finished.
OO The ID photo may not be accepted officially, depending on the institution the ID photo is required for. Please
contact the appropriate institution for regulation details.
OO You cannot use card size paper.
OO [Borders] settings will be ignored. Also, the date is not printed.
OO If you have selected 2 types of images in Step 3, these 2 types are printed in equal numbers for the number of
columns in the layout. If you have selected 2 types of images and the number of columns is an odd number,
nothing will be printed in the center column.
Crop the image for the passport.
OO If you display the cropping range (p. ‌18) while the
[Standard] size is selected for [ID Photo], 2 lines are
displayed.
OO Adjust so that one line is at the top of the head and the
other line is under the chin to print a passport photo
conforming to the passport standards.
OO Please contact the appropriate institution for regulation details other than regarding position and size of the face.
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Printing a Variety of Images
You can use various printing features, such as imprinting the shooting date or adjusting the color of an image.
You do not need to make settings for each image because once the settings are made, they are applied for
all images.
Making Settings
1
Display the settings screen.
2
Select the item and change the settings.
OO Press the k button.
OO Press the ud buttons to select [Change Settings], and
then press the o button.
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OO Press the ud buttons to select an item.
OO Press the lr buttons to change the settings, then press
the v button to complete the setting.
OO Pressing the v button again will restore the image
display screen.
OO Refer to pp. ‌21 – ‌24 for information about each setting.
Print.
OO Select an image for printing (p. ‌13) and the number of
copies (p. ‌13), and then press the p button to print.
Printing With the Date (Date)
OO You can print the shooting date recorded by the
digital camera.
Off (Default setting) /
On
OO
08/08/2012
OO Specify [
Off] for images that already have the date imprinted by the camera to prevent two
dates being printed in the image.
OO
OO
OO
OO
Turning off SELPHY will return the setting to [
Off].
The date which the digital camera recorded into the image is printed. This date cannot be changed by SELPHY.
You can change the style of the printed date in [Date Format] (p. ‌24).
Index] or [
Shuffle] is selected in [Page Layout] (p. ‌22).
The date will not be printed if [
Correcting Red Eyes and Printing (Correct Red-Eye)
OO Correct images with red-eye.
OO
Off (Default setting) /
On
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OO Portions other than the eyes may be mistakenly corrected. Set [Correct Red-Eye] to [
only when printing images with red-eye.
On]
OO If SELPHY is turned off or the memory card is removed, the setting will return to [
Off].
OO Red-eye may not be automatically detected or optimally corrected when faces appear extremely small, large,
dark or bright in relation to the overall image, with faces turned to the side or diagonally, or faces with a portion
hidden.
2-up], [
4-up], [
8-up], or [
Index] in [Page
OO You cannot correct red-eye when you have selected [
Layout] (p. ‌22).
Sepia] or [
B/W] in [My Colors] (p. ‌23).
OO Red-eye correction is not applied when you have selected [
OO The level of correction may change depending on the cropping range setting, page layout, and paper size.
C
Printing With or Without a Border (Borders)
OO You can set images to print with or without a
border.
OO
Borderless (Default setting) /
Bordered
OO Specify [Bordered] when using Color Ink
Cassette/Square Label Set KC-18IS (square
stickers) (p. ‌2).
OO Turning off SELPHY will return the setting to [
Borderless].
Index] or [
Shuffle] in [Page Layout] (p. ‌22).
OO Images are printed without borders if you select [
8-up] in [Page Layout] (p. ‌22) when printing on card sized paper (p. ‌2), images will be
OO If you select [
Bordered] is selected.
printed without borders even if [
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Selecting a Layout and Printing (Page Layout)
OO You can set the number of images that you want
to print on one sheet. The number of images that
you specified (p. ‌13) will be printed in the selected
layout.
OO Specify [
8-up] when using Color Ink Cassette/
Label Set KC-18IL (8-label sheet) (p. ‌2).
1-up
(Default setting)
2-up
4-up
Prints one image using a full sheet
8-up
Prints two images on one sheet
Index
Prints as an index
Shuffle
Images are automatically arranged
in a variety of sizes and printed on a
single sheet
Prints four images on one sheet
Prints eight images on one sheet
OO If SELPHY is turned off, the setting will return to [
1-up].
OO You can retain a layout even after SELPHY is turned off. To have SELPHY retain layouts, first make sure
SELPHY is turned off, press and hold the k, u, and p buttons, and then press and hold the q button until
"SELPHY" is displayed on the screen. If you want SELPHY to no longer retain layouts, turn off SELPHY and
then turn it on in the same way as you did before for retaining layouts.
OO You cannot specify the position of the images.
OO Depending on the selected layout, the settings made in [Date] (p. ‌21), [Image Optimize] (p. ‌23), [Correct RedEye] (p. ‌21), [Borders] (p. ‌21), [Smooth Skin] (p. ‌23), or [Brightness] (p. ‌23) may not be applied.
Index], you can print all images on a memory card as
OO If you select [Print All Images] (p. ‌16) while selecting [
an index print.
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Arranging Images of Different Sizes (Shuffle)
C
OO Shuffle automatically arranges images in a variety
of sizes for printing.
OO A group of up to 8 images, or a group of up to 20
images can be printed on a single sheet.
OO You can print on L size or Postcard size paper
(p. ‌2).
OO In “Making Settings” (p. ‌20), press the ud
buttons to select [Page Layout] in the screen
in Step 2. Press the lr buttons to select [
Shuffle], then press the o button.
OO When the screen shown on the left appears, press
the ud buttons to select an option.
OO Press the lr buttons to change the settings,
then press the v button to complete the setting.
OO Press the v button twice to restore the image
display screen.
OO You cannot specify the position of the images.
OO It may take some time before printing starts.
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Making Skin Look Smooth in Prints (Smooth Skin)
OO Makes skin look smooth and beautiful in prints.
Off (Default setting) /
On
OO
OO Correction may be applied to areas other than skin, producing unexpected results.
OO This setting is reset to [
Off] when printing finishes, SELPHY is turned off, or the memory card is removed.
Index] is selected in [Page Layout] (p. ‌22), [Smooth Skin] will not be applied.
OO When [
Getting the Best Results With Auto Correction (Image Optimize)
OO SELPHY will automatically correct the image to
achieve optimum image quality.
OO
Off /
On (Default setting)
OO Some images may not be adjusted correctly.
OO Turning off SELPHY will return the setting to [
On].
Index] is selected in [Page Layout] (p. ‌22), [Image Optimize] will not be applied.
OO When [
OO The level of correction will change depending on the page layout and paper size.
Y
P
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Adjusting the Brightness (Brightness)
C
OO You can adjust the brightness of an image within
a range of ±3.
OO The larger the + value, the brighter the image
gets. The larger the - value, the darker the image
gets.
OO Turning off SELPHY will return the setting to [±0].
Index] is selected in [Page Layout] (p. ‌22), [Brightness] will not be applied.
OO When [
Changing the Color Tone (My Colors)
OO You can adjust the colors in your images, or make your images sepia-toned or black and white.
Off
(Default setting)
–
PositiveFilm
Intense, natural colors like those
obtained with positive film
Vivid
Emphasizes the contrast and color
saturation for a vivid impression
Sepia
Changes the image to sepia tone
Neutral
Tones down the contrast and color
saturation for neutral hues
B/W
Black and white
OO Turning off SELPHY will return the setting to [
Off].
OO Depending on the settings made in My Colors, [Correct Red-Eye] (p. ‌21) settings may not be applied.
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Changing the Date Style (Date Format)
OO You can change the order of the printed date
(p. ‌21).
OO mm/dd/yyyy (Default Setting), dd/mm/yyyy, yyyy/
mm/dd
08/08/2012
2012/08/08
OO The setting will be retained even if SELPHY is turned off or the memory card is removed from the slot.
Saving Energy (Auto Power Down)
OO SELPHY turns itself off automatically if it is not operated for approximately 5 minutes.
OO On (Default setting) / Off
OO If you print multiple images that include images SELPHY cannot print (p. ‌12), a message "Could
not print some images! Cancel printing?" is displayed and printing stops. If "Auto Power Down"
is [On] and SELPHY is not operated for approximately 5 minutes, SELPHY cancels printing and
turns itself off. If you turn SELPHY back on after the above sequence, a blank sheet may be
output. Never reuse ejected paper (p. ‌5).
Note that the battery is still consumed after printing stops until the Auto Power Down function
takes effect if you are using the battery (p. ‌48).
Y
P
O
OO SELPHY is not turned off automatically when it is connected to other devices (including wireless
communications) or an error message is displayed on the screen.
C
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Printing via Wireless
LAN
This chapter describes how to print images stored in wireless LAN compatible
smartphones and computers via wireless LANs.
This printer is Wi-Fi®*1 certified. You can print images stored in Wi-Fi ready
smartphones*2, tablets*2, and computers via wireless LANs.
*1 Wi-Fi is a brand name for certified wireless LAN devices that provide bidirectional connectivity.
*2 You need to install the designated application on your smartphone or tablet. See our website for
details of the application (supported models, functions, etc.). Hereinafter "smartphones" is used
as the generic name for smartphones and tablets.
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Before Using Wireless LAN
OO This product is embedded with a wireless device. The model numbers are CD1100 and CD1107 (including
WLAN module model WM317).
OO Countries and Regions Permitting WLAN Use
-- Use of WLAN is restricted in some countries and regions, and illegal use may be punishable under
national or local regulations. To avoid violating WLAN regulations, visit the Canon website to check
where use is allowed.
Note that Canon cannot be held liable for any problems arising from WLAN use in other countries and
regions.
OO You can be penalized for the following actions.
-- Disassembling or modifying this product
-- Removing the certification label on this product
OO Parts within this product that are classified as strategic materials (or services) according to the Foreign
Exchange and Foreign Trade Act require the export license (or permission for service transactions) from
the Japanese government to be exported outside Japan.
OO This product cannot be exported to or taken to US embargoed countries since this product includes
encryption software developed in the US and is subject to US export administration regulations.
OO Be sure to note down the settings of your wireless LAN.
The wireless LAN setting registered in this product may be corrupted or lost due to a malfunction,
interfering radio waves, static electricity, an accident, or failure. Note down and keep the wireless LAN
settings just in case. Canon is not liable for any direct or indirect damage or lost profit due to a corruption
or loss of such contents that is not caused by Canon.
OO Note down the wireless LAN settings as necessary and then initialize the settings before transferring or
disposing this product, or sending this product to repair.
OO Canon is not liable for any damage caused by a loss or theft.
Canon is not liable for any damage or loss due to illegal access to or misuse of connection destinations
registered in this product as a result of a loss or theft.
OO Follow the instructions described in this guide.
Use the wireless LAN functions of this product within the scope of this guide. Canon is not liable for any
damage or loss resulting from the use that is not described in this guide.
OO Do not use the wireless LAN functions of this product near medical equipment or electronic devices.
The wireless LAN functions may affect the operations of the medical equipment or electronic devices.
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Radio Frequency Interference
This product may receive radio interference from other devices which transmit radio waves.
Avoid radio interference by distancing from these devices or using the interfering device at a different time.
This product is installed with the WLAN Module which is certified to standards set by IDA Singapore.
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FCC/IC Notice
Models:CD1100 and CD1107 (including WLAN Module Model WM317, FCC ID:AZD317)
This equipment complies with FCC/IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment and
meets the FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines in Supplement C to OET65 and RSS - 102 of the IC
radio frequency (RF) Exposure rules. This equipment should be installed and operated keeping the radiator at
least 20cm or more away from person’s body (excluding extremities: hands, wrists, feet and ankles).
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules and Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation
is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of this device.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
Security
Wireless LANs communicate using radio waves; therefore, the users must pay more attention to security than
they would for wired LANs.
Pay attention to the following when using wireless LANs.
OO Use the network that you are authorized to use.
This product searches for wireless networks nearby and displays them on the screen.
Therefore, the list may include networks unknown to you and you have no authorization to use them. It
may be deemed illegal access if you attempt to connect to these networks or if you connect and use these
networks. Use the authorized networks only and do not connect to any other networks.
The following may occur if appropriate security measures are not applied.
OO Eavesdropping
Malicious third parties may eavesdrop on wireless LAN radio transmissions and access data information.
OO Illegal access to the network
Malicious third parties may illegally intrude into your network and cause damage such as eavesdropping,
falsification, or destruction.
Also, the third party may use your network for "spoofing" in which they impersonate someone else and
transmit illegal information, or use it as a relay point or "stepping stone" to illegally access other subjects.
In order to reduce the possibility of such issues, apply measures and use functions to implement wireless
LAN security.
We recommend you to understand wireless LAN security and implement it with consideration to balanced
convenience and risk when using the wireless LAN function of this product.
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While Printing
Do not shut down the communication until printing is complete. If you shut down the communication
prematurely, the printing result may be incomplete or incorrect.
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Selecting Communication Mode
The setting procedure of SELPHY varies depending on the communication mode. Select the communication
mode according to the device you are using. You can change the communication mode later (p.‌41).
Ad Hoc Mode (p. ‌29)
You can connect SELPHY to a wireless LAN and print images without an access point.
Some smartphones may not be able to connect in ad hoc mode. In such a case, use infrastructure mode
(below).
Smartphone*1
SELPHY
Infrastructure Mode (p. ‌31)
You can connect smartphones, cameras, or computers to a wireless LAN using your access point to print
images.
Smartphone*1
Camera*2
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Access point*4
SELPHY
Computer*3
*1 You need to install the designated application (free) on your smartphone. See our website for detailed information
on supported smartphones and the designated application (free).
*2 Cameras must be PictBridge (DPS over IP) compliant for connecting to wireless LANs.
This product can print using PictBridge over wireless LANs.
PictBridge is a standard to facilitate directly connecting digital cameras and printers. This product is
compliant with the DPS over IP standard that allows the use of PictBridge in network environments.
*3 You need to install the supplied software on the computer (p. ‌37).
*4 Some cameras can be used as an access point.
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Printing in Ad Hoc Mode
You can send images from a smartphone to SELPHY for printing.
You need to install the designated application (free) on your smartphone.
Some smartphones may not be able to connect in ad hoc mode. In such a case, use infrastructure mode
(p.‌31).
Items to Prepare
OO See our website for the information on supported smartphones.
1
Install the designated application on the
smartphone.
OO Check on our website whether your smartphone is
supported, and install the designated application.
2
Prepare SELPHY.
3
Display the settings screen.
OO Remove any inserted card or USB memory.
OO Insert an ink cassette and a paper cassette that contains
paper you want to use into SELPHY (pp.‌7 – ‌10).
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OO Press the k button.
OO Press the ud buttons to select [Wireless LAN Settings],
and press the o button.
OO Press the ud buttons to select [Initial Settings], and
then press the o button.
Check the printer name.
OO Check the displayed printer name and press the o
button.
OO This name will be displayed on the devices as the printer
name when they are connected via a wireless LAN.
OO You can change the printer name by pressing the EDIT
button (p. ‌42).
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5
Select the wireless LAN mode.
6
Connect the smartphone to the network
displayed on the printer screen.
OO Press the ud buttons to select [Ad Hoc], and then
press the o button.
OO Check that the screen on the left is displayed on the
printer.
OO Select the SSID (network name) displayed on the printer
from the Wi-Fi setting menu on the smartphone.
OO Enter the WEP key (password) displayed on the printer
into the password field.
OO Press the EDIT button to display the [Encryption Key
Entry] screen and press the EDIT button again to change
the WEP key (p. 4
‌ 2).
7
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Print from the smartphone.
OO Print the image from the smartphone.
XX The screen on the left is displayed when printing starts.
Do not shut down the communication and do not quit the
printing application while this screen is displayed. The
printing result may be incomplete or incorrect.
C
XX The screen on the left is displayed when printing is
complete.
OO Repeat Step 7 if you want to print another image.
OO On the screen, wireless signal strength is indicated by the following icons.
] high, [ ] medium, [ ] low, [ ] weak or no service
[
Printing for the Second Time
OO Once you have configured settings, the second screen in Step 7 (Ready screen) is displayed when you
turn the power on. All you have to do is to connect the smartphone to the printer whenever you want to
print.
OO You can display the screen in Step 6 to see the SSID and WEP key by pressing the o button while the
Ready screen is displayed.
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OO Even when the Ready screen is displayed, you can insert the memory card p. ‌13 to display the screen in
Step 4 and print images in the card.
OO You can stop displaying the Ready screen when you turn the power on by selecting [Disable Wireless
LAN] in [Comm. Mode] (p. ‌41).
Printing on Square Stickers
OO You can print square images on stickers using Color Ink Cassette/Square Label Set KC-18IS (p. ‌2).
OO Specify borderless printing in the smartphone's application (the [Borders] setting on SELPHY will be
ignored).
Printing in Infrastructure Mode
You can connect wireless LAN ready devices such as smartphones, cameras, and computers to a wireless
LAN to print images.
Checking Wireless LAN Settings
OO In order to use a wireless LAN in infrastructure mode, you need to connect a wireless parent station
(wireless router, etc.) acting as the access point and a device that transmits images (smartphone, camera,
computer, etc.). Any wireless parent stations such as wireless routers are called "access points" in this
guide.
OO Some cameras can be used as an access point. Refer to the user guide supplied with your camera.
OO Select wireless LAN standards compliant devices listed on p. ‌52 for your access point. Refer to the user
guide supplied with your access point for information on how to check.
OO Check if your wireless LAN is WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) compatible. If you are not sure whether or not
it is WPS compatible, also check the following items.
-- Network name (SSID/ESSID)
-- Network authentication/data encryption (encryption method/encryption mode)*
-- Encryption key (network key)
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* Supported security settings are [No security], [WEP (open system authentication) (64-bit)], [WEP (open system
authentication) (128-bit), [WPA-PSK (TKIP)], [WPA-PSK (AES)], [WPA2-PSK (TKIP)], and [WPA2-PSK (AES)].
OO If your network is managed by the system administrator, request details of network settings from
the administrator.
Connecting the Printer to the Wireless LAN
You can connect the printer to the wireless LAN and print from your smartphone, camera, or computer via the
access point.
This section describes how to connect a printer to a wireless LAN using a camera as the access point;
however, the same procedure applies when you are printing from a smartphone or computer.
Items to Prepare
OO A device that can be used as an access point*
OO A device that transmits images (smartphone, camera, or computer connected to the access point)*
* A camera is used as the access point as well as the transmitter in this example.
1
Prepare the access point.
OO Configure a camera as the access point. Refer to the
user guide supplied with your camera.
OO If you are using an access point other than a camera,
check that the device is turned on and able to
communicate.
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2
Select the wireless LAN mode.
3
Select the connection method.
4
Select the access point.
5
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OO Display the screen on the left by carrying out Steps 2 to
4 described on p. ‌29.
OO Press the ud buttons to select [Infrastructure], and
then press the o button.
OO Press the ud buttons to select [Search for an access
point], and then press the o button.
XX A list of access points found nearby is displayed.
Y
P
O
OO Press the ud buttons to select the access point, and
then press the o button.
C
Enter the encryption key.
OO Press the EDIT button to display the screen to enter
characters and enter the encryption key (p. ‌42).
OO Press the o button.
6
Check the access point.
OO The screen on the left is displayed when you are
connected to the access point. Check the displayed
access point name and press the o button.
XX The screen on the left is displayed.
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P
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Print.
OO Print the image from the camera.
OO If you are printing from a smartphone, install the
designated application, connect the smartphone to the
access point, and print.
OO If you are printing from a computer, install the supplied
software (p. ‌37) and print.
XX The screen on the left is displayed when printing starts.
Do not shut down the communication and do not cancel
printing while this screen is displayed. The printing result
may be incomplete or incorrect.
C
OO Select an access point on which security is not set in Step 4 and press the o button to display the screen for
Step 6.
OO Up to 20 access points can be displayed. If you cannot find the access point you want to connect to, press the
v button and select [Manual Settings] in Step 3 described on p. ‌32 to specify the access point manually. Follow
the instruction on the screen to enter the SSID, security settings, and encryption key (p. ‌42).
OO On the screen, wireless signal strength is indicated by the following icons.
] high, [ ] medium, [ ] low, [ ] weak or no service
[
Printing for the Second Time
OO Once you have configured settings, the second screen in Step 6 (Ready screen) is displayed when you
turn the power on. If you could not connect to the specified wireless LAN for some reason such as the
access point being turned off, the Ready screen with "Reconnect" displayed at the bottom appears. Check
the access point setting and press the o button to try again.
OO Even when the Ready screen is displayed, you can insert the memory card p. ‌13 to display the screen in
Step 4 and print images in the card.
OO You can stop displaying the Ready screen when you turn the power on by selecting [Disable Wireless
LAN] in [Comm. Mode] (p. ‌41).
OO If you failed to connect to an access point to which you had once connected, check the channel
setting on the access point (p. ‌51).
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Printing on Square Stickers
OO You can print square images on stickers using Color Ink Cassette/Square Label Set KC-18IS (p. ‌2).
OO Specify borderless printing in the smartphone's application or on the camera when printing on square
stickers (the [Borders] setting on SELPHY will be ignored except when the border setting on the camera is
at its default).
Using a WPS Compatible Access Point
You can connect the printer to the wireless LAN easily when your access point is WPS compatible.
1
Select the connection method.
2
Select a setting method.
OO Display the [Connection Method] screen in Steps 1 to 2
described on pp. ‌31 – ‌32, press the ud buttons,
select [WPS Connection], and then press the o button.
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3
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P
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OO Press the ud buttons to select [PBC Method] and
press the o button.
Connect to the access point.
OO Check that the screen on the left is displayed on the
printer and then press and hold the button for WPS
connection on the access point for a few seconds.
OO Press the o button on the printer.
OO [Connecting...] is displayed on the printer screen, and
then [Connected to access point] is displayed when
connected. Press the o button.
Print the images.
4
OO When connected, the screen for Step 6 described on
p. ‌33 is displayed. Print as described in Steps 6 to 7.
OO If you have selected [PIN Method] in Step 2, specify the PIN code displayed on the printer to the access point,
press the o button on the printer, and proceed to Step 3.
Printing Images from Your Computer
If you connect your computer to SELPHY and use the supplied software, you can view all images at once and
take advantage of various printing functions that cannot be done with just SELPHY alone.
Select favorite images from an index and print
OO You can select images you wish to print from an index, and print them all at
once. You can also add text to your images and print.
Print with decorations
Y
P
O
OO You can add frames or stamps to your images and print. You can also add
text to your images and print.
C
Print calendars
OO You can add calendars to your prints. You can also add text to your images
and print.
Arrangement printing
OO You can arrange multiple images on the same sheet.
ID photo printing
OO You can print in the size required for ID photos.
OO The ID photo may not be accepted officially, depending on the institution the ID photo is required
for. Please contact the appropriate institution for regulation details.
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Checking the Computer and Wireless LAN Environment
Computer environment
Windows
Macintosh
OS
Windows 7 Service Pack 1*1*2
Configuration
The above OS is preinstalled
CPU
Pentium 1.3 GHz or higher
Mac OS X v10.7: Intel Core2 Duo or higher
Mac OS X v10.6: Intel processor
RAM
Windows 7 (64-bit): 2 GB or more
Windows 7 (32-bit): 1 GB or more
1 GB or more
Interface
USB, wireless LAN
An IEEE 802.11b/g compliant access point is required*3
Free Hard Disk
Space
120 MB or more*4
Display
1,024 x 768 pixels or more
Mac OS X v10.6.8 - v10.7*1
140 MB or more
*1 If you are connecting with a USB cable (p. ‌45), you can also use Windows Vista Service Pack 2 (RAM 1 GB or
more), Windows XP Service Pack 3 (RAM 512 MB or more), and Mac OS X v10.6 or later.
*2 Windows 7 Starter and Home Basic are not supported*3. Download Windows Media Feature Pack from the
Microsoft Support page and install if you are using Windows 7 N (EU version) or Windows 7 KN (Korean version).
For details, refer to the following web page.
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=159730
*3 Except when connecting using a USB cable (p. ‌45).
*4 For Windows, Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 (max. 280 MB) or higher must be installed. Installation may take
some time depending on your computer’s capabilities.
Wireless LAN environment
Y
P
O
Refer to p. ‌26 and ‌31 to check wireless LAN settings.
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Install the software
Windows 7 and Mac OS X 10.7 are used for these explanations.
Items to Prepare
OO Computer
OO Supplied CD-ROM (SELPHY CP900 Solution Disk) (p. ‌2)
Windows
1
Connect SELPHY to the wireless LAN.
2
Install the software.
OO Connect SELPHY to the wireless LAN as described in
“Connecting the Printer to the Wireless LAN” (p. ‌31).
OO Check that the screen on the left is displayed on
SELPHY.
OO Place the CD-ROM in the computer’s CD-ROM drive
and click [Easy Installation] when the screen on the left
appears.
OO Follow the on-screen instructions to proceed.
OO If the User Account Control window appears, follow the
on-screen instructions to proceed.
Y
P
O
OO When the screen to select the connection method (on the
left) is displayed, select [Use with a wireless network],
and then click [Next].
C
OO If a message [Windows can't verify the publisher of this
driver software] is displayed, click [Install this driver
software anyway].
OO When the installation finishes, click [Restart] to restart
the computer.
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Macintosh
1
Install the software.
OO Insert the CD-ROM in the computer’s CD-ROM drive.
Click [Finder] in the Dock (the bar at the bottom of the
desktop) and double click [
] in the CD-ROM.
OO If [
] is displayed on the desktop, you can also doubleclick [
] to display files in the CD-ROM.
OO When the screen on the left appears, click [Install] and
follow the on-screen instructions to proceed.
OO When the installation finishes, click [Yes] to restart the
computer.
2
Connect SELPHY to the wireless LAN.
3
Register the printer.
OO Connect SELPHY to the wireless LAN as described in
“Connecting the Printer to the Wireless LAN” (p. ‌31).
OO Check that the screen on the left is displayed on
SELPHY.
OO Select [ ] from the menu, and click [System
Preferences] r [Print & Fax] to open the [Print & Fax]
screen. Click [+] to select the printer name (pp. ‌29, ‌41)
from the pop-up window, then click [Add].
Y
P
O
OO For details on handling the computer, refer to the user guide included with your computer.
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Printing Images with the Software
You can print images saved on the computer using the installed software (SELPHY Photo Print).
The [Simple print] feature will be explained in this section. Using this feature, you can view all your images at
once and select which ones you want to print.
1
Make sure that a memory card is not inserted
in SELPHY, and a USB cable is not connected
to SELPHY.
2
Start the software.
Windows
OO Click the [Start] menu r [All Programs] r [Canon
Utilities] r [SELPHY Photo Print] r [SELPHY Photo
Print].
Macintosh
OO Click the [SELPHY Photo Print] icon in the Dock (the bar
at the bottom of the desktop).
3
4
Display the print menu.
Y
P
O
OO Click [Print menu].
OO If printing preparations are not complete (paper cassette
and ink cassette inserted), you cannot click [Print
menu]. Follow the on-screen instructions to perform the
necessary operations.
C
Select a print method.
OO Click [Simple print].
OO You can make prints with frames, stamps, and speech
balloons by clicking [Decoration print].
OO You can make prints with calendars added by clicking
[Calendar print].
OO You can print multiple images on the same sheet by
clicking [Layout Print].
OO You can print in the size required for ID photos by
clicking [ID Photo Print].
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5
Select an image.
XX Images will display in an index within the [Pictures]
folder.
You can select the criteria for images
OO Click an image to select for printing.
to display.
XX The background color changes and the
image is set for printing.
OO Use the same procedure to click all images
you want to print.
OO If you click an image again, the background
color switches back to the original color
and the settings are canceled.
OO Once images are selected, click [Next].
You can display images saved in another folder by clicking
this button and selecting a folder from the screen that
appears.
Select the number of prints.
6
Y
P
O
OO Select the number of copies for each image.
OO For Windows, click [Print] to start printing.
OO For Macintosh, click [Print menu], then click [Print] in the
screen that appears.
OO Do not shut down the communication until printing
is complete. If you shut down the communication
prematurely, the printing result may be incomplete or
incorrect.
C
Click the - or + button to set the
number of copies.
7
End the program.
Windows
OO When all printing is finished, click
corner of the screen.
at the top right
Macintosh
OO When all printing is finished, click
of the screen.
at the top left corner
OO The layout image shown in the right side of the screen that is displayed when you click [ID Photo Print] in Step
4 on p. ‌39 differs from the actual layout. You can check the actual layout by clicking [Preview] in the [4.Print]
screen.
OO If you select an index layout in the screen that is displayed when you click [Layout Print] in Step 4 on p. ‌39, then
you cannot adjust the image, such as changing the size or orientation of the image in the [4.Print] screen.
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Other Functions of Wireless LAN
Connecting to Other Access Points (Infrastructure Mode)
After connecting to an access point in infrastructure mode (p. ‌31), you can connect to another access point
as follows.
OO Press the k button, and then press the ud buttons to select [Wireless LAN Settings], and press the
o button.
OO Press the ud buttons to select [Access Point Connect], and then press the o button.
OO Specify as described on p. ‌31.
OO [Access Point Connect] is available only when the selected communication mode (below) is [Infrastructure].
Checking Setting Information
You can check connection settings such as the communication mode and channel, and printer information
such as the printer name and IP address.
OO Press the k button, and then press the ud buttons to select [Wireless LAN Settings], and press the
o button.
OO Press the ud buttons to select [Confirm Settings], and then press the o button.
OO Press the ud buttons to check setting information.
OO Press the v to go back.
Y
P
O
Changing Communication Mode
You can change the communication mode (p. ‌28) to connect to another device, or stop using wireless LAN.
OO Press the k button, and then press the ud buttons to select [Wireless LAN Settings], and press the
o button.
OO Press the ud buttons to select [Comm. Mode], and then press the o button.
OO Press the ud buttons to select a communication mode, and then press the o button.
OO Press the ud buttons to select [Disable Wireless LAN], and then press the o button to stop using
wireless LAN.
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Changing the Printer Name
You can change the printer name (p. ‌29).
OO Press the k button, and then press the ud buttons to select [Wireless LAN Settings], and press the
o button.
OO Press the ud buttons to select [Other Settings], and then press the o button.
OO Press the ud buttons to select [Set Printer Name], and then press the o button.
OO Press the EDIT button to display the screen to enter characters and enter the printer name (p. ‌42).
Setting the IP Address Manually
You can specify the printer's IP address and subnet mask manually.
1
Display the settings screen.
2
Set the IP address.
OO Press the k button, and then press the ud buttons to select [Wireless LAN Settings], and
press the o button.
OO Press the ud buttons to select [Other Settings], and then press the o button.
OO Press the ud buttons to select [IP Address Settings], and then press the o button.
OO Press the ud buttons to select [Manual], and then press the o button.
OO Press the lr buttons to select the position, press the ud buttons to set the value, and
then press the o button.
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3
Set the subnet mask
4
Check the settings
OO Press the lr buttons to select the position, press the ud buttons to set the value, and
then press the o button.
OO Check the displayed setting details and press the o button.
Resetting Wireless LAN Settings
You can reset the specified printer name and access point information.
OO Press the k button, and then press the ud buttons to select [Wireless LAN Settings], and press the
o button.
OO Press the ud buttons to select [Reset Settings], and then press the o button.
OO Check the displayed details and press the o button.
Character Entry Method
You can use the character entry screen by pressing the EDIT button when setting the printer name or
encryption key.
Enter a character.
OO Press the udlr buttons to select a character, and
then press the o button. You can enter a space by
selecting [Space] and pressing the o button.
Y
P
O
Delete a character.
OO Press the udlr buttons to select [
press the o button.
C
], and then
Switch the character type.
OO You can change the character type each time you press
the EDIT button in order of alphabetical characters
(upper case), alphabetical characters (lower case),
numbers, and symbols.
Return to the previous screen.
OO Press the udlr buttons to select [Finish] and press
the o button to set the entered characters and return
to the previous screen.
OO Press the v button to return to the previous screen
without setting the entered characters.
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Connecting with
Other Devices Using
a Cable
This chapter describes how to connect the printer to a computer or camera
using a USB cable.
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Y
P
O
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Printing From Your Computer
Windows 7 and Mac OS X 10.7 are used for these explanations.
Items to Prepare
OO Computer (p. ‌36)
OO Supplied CD-ROM (SELPHY CP900 Solution Disk) (p. ‌2)
OO A commercially available USB cable shorter than 2.5 m (8.2 ft.) (SELPHY terminal requires a Mini-B
connector)
Windows
1
Install the software.
OO Place the CD-ROM in the computer’s CD-ROM drive
and click [Easy Installation] when the screen on the left
appears.
OO Follow the on-screen instructions to proceed.
OO If the User Account Control window appears, follow the
on-screen instructions to proceed.
OO If using Windows 7, a screen (on the left) to select the
connection method is displayed. Click [Use with a USB
connection], and then click [Next] (This screen is not
displayed in Windows Vista and Windows XP).
C
Y
P
O
OO If a message [Windows can't verify the publisher of this
driver software] is displayed on Windows 7 or Windows
Vista, click [Install this driver software anyway].
OO If a message [The software you are installing has not
passed Windows logo testing] is displayed on Windows
XP, click [Continue anyway].
XX Proceed with the installation to display the screen on the
left.
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Prepare SELPHY and connect to a computer.
2
OO Turn off SELPHY and remove the memory card or USB
flash memory.
OO Insert an ink cassette and a paper cassette that contain
paper you want to use into SELPHY (pp. ‌7 – ‌10).
OO Use the USB cable to connect SELPHY to the computer.
OO Refer to the user guides included with the cable and
computer for handling instructions.
Commercially available USB cable
3
Turn on SELPHY.
4
Finish installation.
5
Print.
OO Press the q button to turn on SELPHY.
OO When the installation finishes, click [Restart] to restart
the computer and complete the installation.
OO Print as described in Steps 2 to 7 on p. ‌39.
Macintosh
Y
P
O
OO Install the software as described in Step 1 on p. ‌38.
OO Connect SELPHY to the computer as described in above Steps 2 to 3 and turn SELPHY on.
OO Select [ ] from the menu, and click [System Preferences] r [Print & Fax] to open the [Print & Fax]
screen. Click [+] to select [CP900] from the pop-up window, then click [Add].
OO Print as described in Steps 2 to 7 on p. ‌39.
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OO SELPHY may not operate correctly if it is connected to a computer via a USB hub.
OO SELPHY may not function properly if other USB devices (with the exception of a USB mouse
or USB keyboard) are used at the same time. Disconnect any other USB devices from your
computer and then reconnect SELPHY.
OO Do not put your computer into standby mode (or sleep mode) while SELPHY is connected to the
computer’s USB port. If you accidentally do so, awaken the computer from standby mode without
disconnecting the USB cable. Restart the computer if the computer does not recover properly.
OO For details on handling the computer, refer to the user guide included with your computer.
OO You can start the software automatically when SELPHY and the computer are connected by a USB cable by
setting [Start SELPHY Photo Print automatically] to [On] in the screen displayed by clicking [Setting] in Step 3
described on p. ‌39 .
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Printing From Your Digital Camera
You can select and print images from a digital camera that supports the PictBridge standard.
A Canon brand compact digital camera will be used as an example to explain the print method. If operations
are different for the digital camera you use, refer to the user guide included with your digital camera.
1
Prepare SELPHY.
2
Connect SELPHY to the digital camera using
the interface cable (USB cable) included with
the digital camera.
3
First turn on SELPHY, then turn on the digital
camera and play back the images on the
digital camera.
OO Check that SELPHY has no memory card inserted, is not
connected to any devices via a wireless LAN, and is not
connected to a USB cable.
Y
P
O
XX Depending on the digital camera you use,
on the digital camera’s screen.
4
may appear
Perform the necessary operations on your
digital camera to select an image for printing.
C
OO Use the digital camera to start printing.
OO After printing has completed, turn off SELPHY and the
digital camera, then unplug the cable.
OO You cannot stop printing with the v button. Use the digital camera to stop printing.
OO This product can print using PictBridge via USB connection.
PictBridge is a standard to facilitate directly connecting digital cameras and printers. This product is compliant
with the DPS over IP standard that allows the use of PictBridge over network connections.
Printing Images Using Digital Camera Specified Settings (DPOF
Print)
When you insert a memory card that contains DPOF information set with the digital camera into the memory
card slot, [DPOF images remain Print images?] is displayed. You can display the information set with the
digital camera by pressing the o button, and you can print the specified images all at once by pressing the
p button.
OO Refer to the user guide supplied with your digital camera for information on how to set the information.
OO The date and file number are the DPOF settings made with the digital camera (these settings cannot be changed
with SELPHY).
OO If the [Print Type] is set to [Standard] on a Canon brand digital camera, the settings made in "Printing a Variety of
Images" (pp. ‌20 – ‌24) will be applied.
OO You can also display the settings made on the digital camera by pressing the k button, selecting [DPOF Print],
and pressing the o button.
[DPOF Print] only displays when a memory card is inserted that contains DPOF information set with the digital
camera.
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Appendix
This chapter describes how to print using the separately sold battery when a
power outlet is not available, troubleshooting, printer specifications, and how
to maintain SELPHY.
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Y
P
O
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Printing When a Power Outlet is not Available
You can use the battery pack NB-CP2L (sold separately) and charger adapter CG-CP200 (sold separately)
to print images where there is no power outlet. You can print approximately 36 sheets* of postcard size paper
with a fully charged battery.
* The number of printable pages is determined by our testing conditions. It may differ depending on the
printing conditions.
Installing the Battery
1
Remove the battery terminal cover.
2
Attach the battery to the charger adapter.
OO First insert in the direction indicated by
, and then in
the direction indicated by
until it clicks and locks into
place.
Charging the Battery
Y
P
O
Connect the power cord to the charger adapter
with the attached battery.
C
XX The battery charge starts and the orange lamp will be lit.
XX The battery charge will complete after approximately 4
hours and the green lamp will be lit.
OO The charge will continue even if you turn SELPHY on
while the charger adapter is connected to it. However,
the charge stops while printing.
Using SELPHY with a Battery
Connect the charger adapter to SELPHY.
OO For cautions concerning the battery, refer to the user guide included with the battery.
OO Keep SELPHY on a stable surface such as a desk while it is connected to the charger adapter and take care not
to unplug the charger adapter cable.
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Troubleshooting
If you think there is a problem with SELPHY, first, check the following. If the items below do not solve your
problem, contact a Canon Customer Support Help Desk as listed on the included customer support list.
Power
OO Power will not turn on
• Make sure the power plug is correctly connected (p. ‌10).
• Press and hold the q button until the screen is displayed (p. ‌11).
• If you are using the battery pack NB-CP2L (sold separately) and charger adapter CG-CP200 (sold
separately), check if the battery is charged, attached correctly, and the cable is connected properly.
Printing Problems
OO Cannot print
• Make sure SELPHY is turned on (p. ‌11).
• Make sure that the ink and paper cassettes are correctly inserted (p. ‌10).
• Make sure there is no slack in the ink sheet (p. ‌7).
• Make sure that you are using dedicated paper (p. ‌9).
• When the ink is spent, replace the ink cassette with a new one. When the paper is spent, refill the paper
cassette with new paper (p. ‌14).
• Make sure you are using the correct combination of paper, paper cassette and ink cassette (p. ‌7).
• If SELPHY is connected simultaneously to a digital camera, computer and has a memory card inserted,
you may not be able to print properly. Connect SELPHY to only one device at a time.
• Depending on the room temperature, SELPHY may overheat and temporarily stop operating. This is not
a malfunction. Wait until the temperature drops and printing resumes.
Y
P
O
Cannot display/print images from memory card or USB flash memory
• Make sure the memory card is inserted all the way into the correct slot with the label facing upward
(pp. ‌12, ‌13).
• Make sure the USB flash memory is inserted all the way in the correct slot faced correctly (p. ‌15).
• Make sure you are using a supported image type (p. ‌12).
• Make sure that any memory card requiring an adapter is inserted into the adapter before being inserted
into the slot (p. ‌12).
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Cannot print from a digital camera
• Make sure your digital camera supports PictBridge (p. ‌46).
• Make sure SELPHY and the digital camera are connected correctly (p. ‌46).
• Make sure the rechargeable battery/disposable batteries in your digital camera are not depleted. If there
is insufficient charge, replace the battery with a fully charged one, or new batteries.
Cannot print from a computer
• Make sure you installed the software according to the correct procedure (p. ‌44).
• Check if SELPHY is correctly connected in infrastructure mode (p. ‌31) when printing via a wireless LAN.
Unplug the USB cable if a USB cable is connected.
• Check if SELPHY and your computer are directly connected by a USB cable (p. ‌45) when printing via a
USB cable. If connected to a wireless LAN, disable wireless LAN (p. ‌41) and restart the software.
• Problems Exclusive to Windows: Make sure the printer is not set to offline.
If it is, right-click the printer icon and cancel the offline setting.
• Problems Exclusive to Macintosh: Make sure SELPHY is registered on the Printer List (p. ‌45).
OO Cannot print the date
Cannot print from memory cards or USB flash memory
• Make sure the date imprint option is set (p. ‌21).
If you are using DPOF printing, the date imprint settings are configured on the digital camera used for the
DPOF settings.
Cannot print from digital cameras
• Make sure the date setting in your digital camera is set to [On]. However, if the setting is [Default], the
date imprint settings on SELPHY will be used.
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OO Cannot make clean prints
• Make sure the ink sheet and paper are not dusty.
• Make sure there is no dust inside of SELPHY (p. ‌54).
• Make sure no condensation has formed inside of SELPHY (p. ‌54).
• Make sure SELPHY is not placed near a device emitting electromagnetic waves or a strong magnetic
field (p. ‌5).
OO Colors on the computer display and the print are different
• Color generation methods are different with computer screens and printers. Moreover, variance may be
attributable to the environment in which the screen is viewed (color and strength of the light), or to the
screen’s color adjustment settings.
OO After using the computer to cancel a print in progress, an image that had already been printed was
printed again when printing resumed
• When you restart printing on a Macintosh computer after canceling, an already printed image may print
again when printing resumes.
Paper
OO Paper will not fit into cassette
• Make sure the paper size matches the size of the paper cassette (p. ‌2).
OO Paper is not feeding properly/frequent paper jams
• Make sure the paper and paper cassette are correctly inserted (pp. ‌8, ‌10).
• Make sure there are less than 19 sheets in the cassette.
• Make sure 19 or more sheets have not collected on the outer lid of the paper cassette.
• Make sure that you are using dedicated paper (p. ‌9).
Y
P
O
OO Cannot print the specified number of prints/paper left over
• Paper may be left over if the ink runs out first (p. ‌14).
OO Paper is jammed
• If the paper is sticking out from the front or back (paper ejection slot) (p. ‌6) of SELPHY, gently pull
the paper to remove it. However, if a gentle tug is not sufficient to remove the paper, do not attempt to
forcibly pull it out. Turn the printer off and on repeatedly until the paper is ejected. If you have accidentally
turned off the power while printing, turn it on again and wait for the paper to be ejected. Consult your
retailer or a Canon Customer Support Help Desk in the event of a paper jam. Do not remove jammed
paper by force. The printer could be damaged.
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Wireless LAN
OO The printer's SSID (network name) is not displayed on the smartphone
• Select ad hoc mode (p. ‌29).
• Check if your smartphone supports ad hoc mode. If it does not support ad hoc mode, connect with
infrastructure mode (p. ‌31).
• Do not use wireless LAN near a device that uses 2.4 GHz frequency band such as a microwave oven or
Bluetooth since it will cause radio wave interference.
• Place the printer and smartphone close and do not place any object between them.
OO Cannot connect after changing the WEP key
• After changing the WEP key in ad hoc mode (p. ‌29), enable the new WEP key by turning off the
printer, and then turning it on again. Then, enter the new WEP key on the smartphone.
OO The access point is not displayed on the list
OO Cannot connect in infrastructure mode
• If you have many access points and the one you want to connect to is not displayed on the list, use WPS
Connection (p. ‌34) or Manual Settings (p. ‌33) to connect to it.
• Do not use wireless LAN near a device that uses 2.4 GHz frequency band such as a microwave oven or
Bluetooth since it will cause radio wave interference.
• Place the printer and access point close and do not place any object between them.
• Check if the encryption key is correct and try connecting again.
• Check that the channel is set to one between 1 and 11 on the access point. It is recommended to
manually fix the channel between 1 and 11 rather than leaving it to automatically select the number.
Refer to the user guide supplied with your access point for information on how to check and change the
settings.
• If you are using a MAC address filter or IP filter on your access point, register the printer information you
checked in [Confirm Settings] (p. ‌41) to the access point. In such a case, disable the privacy separator
function. Refer to the user guide supplied with your access point for information on how to modify and
check the settings.
• Set the IP address manually (p. ‌41) if you are using WEP security on your network and not using DHCP.
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Y
P
O
OO Cannot connect to SELPHY
• Turn SELPHY’s power off, and then turn it on again. If a connection still cannot be established, check the
settings of the access point or device that you are trying to connect wirelessly.
OO Printing takes time, or wireless connection is disconnected
• Do not use wireless LAN near a device that uses 2.4 GHz frequency band such as a microwave oven or
Bluetooth since it will cause radio wave interference.
Note that images may take a long time to send even when [ ] is displayed.
• Place the printer and smartphone close and do not place any object between them in ad hoc mode.
• Place the printer and access point close and do not place any object between them in infrastructure
mode.
Error Messages
If a problem occurs with SELPHY, a message appears on the screen. If a possible solution displays with
the error message, follow the on-screen instructions. If you have an error message only, check items in
"Troubleshooting" (p. ‌49).
If these items do not solve your problem, contact a Canon Customer Support Help Desk.
OO If a problem occurs while SELPHY is connected to a digital camera, an error message may appear for you to
check on the screen of the digital camera.
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Specifications
SELPHY CP900
Printing Method
Resolution/Color Representation
Dye-sublimation thermal transfer (with overcoating)
300 x 300 dpi
Gradation
256 shades per color
Ink
Paper
Dedicated color ink cassette (Y/M/C/overcoating)
Postcard Size, L Size, Card Size (including full page label sheets, 8-label sheets)
Print Size
Postcard Size
L Size
Card Size
(Each label on an 8-label sheet)
Postcard Size
L Size
Card Size
Feeding System
Borderless
Bordered
100.0 x 148.0 mm (3.94 x 5.83 in.)
91.3 x 121.7 mm (3.59 x 4.79 in.)
89.0 x 119.0 mm (3.50 x 4.69 in.)
79.1 x 105.1 mm (3.11 x 4.14 in.)
54.0 x 86.0 mm (2.13 x 3.39 in.)
49.9 x 66.6 mm (1.96 x 2.62 in.)
22.0 x 17.3 mm (0.87 x 0.68 in.)
–
Printing from memory cards/USB flash memory/Connected to cameras
(PictBridge)
Approx. 47 sec.
Approx. 39 sec.
Approx. 27 sec.
Automatic paper feed from paper cassette
Ejection System
Automatic paper ejection on top of paper cassette
Screen
Tilt-up, 2.7 type, TFT LCD Color Monitor
Printing Speed*1
Interface
Hi-Speed USB
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P
O
USB Flash Memory
Connecting to a PictBridge compliant device: USB compliant Type A connector
Connecting to a computer: USB compliant Mini-B connector
SD Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card, SDXC Memory Card, MMC Card, MMCplus
Card, miniSD Memory Card*2, miniSDHC Memory Card*2, microSD Memory
Card*2, microSDHC Memory Card*2, microSDXC Memory Card*2, RS-MMC Card*2,
MMCmobile Card*2, MMCmicro Card
Specification: IEEE802.11b/g
Supported Wireless Channels: 1 - 11
Connection Mode: Infrastructure mode*3, Ad hoc mode
Transmission Method: DSSS modulation (IEEE 802.11b), OFDM modulation (IEEE
802.11g)
Security: Ad hoc mode: WEP (open system authentication) (64-bit)
Infrastructure mode: No security, WEP (open system authentication) (64-bit),
WEP (open system authentication) (128-bit), WPA-PSK (TKIP), WPA-PSK
(AES), WPA2-PSK (TKIP), and WPA2-PSK (AES)
FAT/exFAT only supported
Operating Temperatures
5 – 40 °C (41 – 104 °F)
Operating Humidity
Power
Power Consumption
20 – 80%
Compact Power Adapter CA-CP200 B
Battery Pack NB-CP2L (Sold Separately)
Charger Adapter CG-CP200 (Sold Separately)
60 W or less (4 W or less on standby)
Dimensions
178.0 x 127.0 x 60.5 mm (7.01 x 5.00 x 2.38 in.) (excluding protrusions)
Weight (printer only)
Approx. 810 g (approx. 28.6 oz.)
Memory Cards
Wireless LAN
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*1 Measured from the start of the yellow printing pass to final output.
*2 Special adapter (commercially available) is required.
*3 Supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup.
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Compact Power Adapter CA-CP200 B
Rated Input
100 – 240 V AC (50/60 Hz) 1.5 A (100 V) – 0.75 A (240 V)
Rated Output
24 V DC, 1.8 A
Operating Temperatures
0 – 45 °C (32 – 113 °F)
Dimensions
122.0 x 60.0 x 30.5 mm (4.80 x 2.36 x 1.20 in.) (excluding power cord)
Weight
Approx. 310 g (10.9 oz.)
Dust Protection Cover DPC-CP100
This may not be included in some regions. Purchase separately if required.
Dimensions
137.5 x 117.0 x 27.2 mm (5.41 x 4.61 x 1.07 in.)
Weight
Approx. 88 g (3.1 oz.)
Charger Adapter CG-CP200 (Sold Separately)
Rated Input
DC 24 V
Rated Output
DC 24 V
Operating Temperatures
5 – 40 °C (41 – 104 °F)
Dimensions
156.2 x 49.0 x 35.5 mm (6.15 x 1.93 x 1.40 in.)
Weight
Approx. 134 g (4.73 oz.)
Battery Pack NB-CP2L (Sold Separately)
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Type
Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
Nominal Voltage
22.2 V DC
Nominal Capacity
1200 mAh
Battery Life (Charge Cycles) Approx. 300 times
Operating Temperatures
5 – 40 °C (41 – 104 °F)
Dimensions
110.0 x 40.7 x 37.5 mm (4.33 x 1.60 x 1.48 in.)
Weight
Approx. 230 g (8.11 oz.)
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OO All data is based on tests by Canon.
OO Printer specifications or appearance are subject to change without notice.
USA and Canada only:
As a participant in the international Energy Star Program, we believe this product satisfies
the standards of the Energy Star Program.
CAUTION
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO LOCAL REGULATION.
Use of genuine Canon accessories is recommended.
This product is designed to achieve excellent performance when used with genuine Canon accessories.
Canon shall not be liable for any damage to this product and/or accidents such as fire, etc., caused by
the malfunction of non-genuine Canon accessories (e.g., a leakage and/or explosion of a battery pack).
Please note that this warranty does not apply to repairs arising out of the malfunction of non-genuine
Canon accessories, although you may request such repairs on a chargeable basis.
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Handling SELPHY
OO Do not apply strong force or vibration. This may cause paper jams or the printer to malfunction.
OO Do not expose SELPHY to insect sprays and volatile liquids. Do not allow SELPHY to be in contact with
rubber or plastic products over a long time. This may deteriorate the external casing.
OO Depending on the room temperature, SELPHY may overheat and temporarily stop operating. This is not
a malfunction. Wait for a while untill SELPHY cools down and restarts operating. Printing may take longer
when continuously printing, the room temperature is high, or SELPHY’s rear air vent (p. ‌6) is blocked
because SELPHY will temporarily stop printing due to overheating.
OO When moving SELPHY from a cold place to a warm place, insert SELPHY in an airtight plastic bag
in advance and remove after SELPHY has reached room temperature to avoid condensation. If
condensation forms, leave SELPHY in room temperature until the condensation evaporates naturally.
OO Clean SELPHY with a soft dry cloth.
OO If dust accumulates on the air vent (p. ‌6), remove the ink cassette (p. ‌14) and clean away the dust. The
printing results may not be clean if dust gets in from the air vent.
OO Never clean SELPHY with solvents such as benzine or thinner, or mild detergent. This may
deteriorate or deform the external casing, or the coating may peel off.
FCC Notice
(Printer, Models CD1100 and CD1107 Systems)
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
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NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
The cable with the ferrite core provided with the printer must be used with this equipment in order to comply with
Class B limits in Subpart B of Part 15 of the FCC rules.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified in the manual. If such
changes or modifications should be made, you could be required to stop operation of the equipment.
Canon U.S.A., Inc.
One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 11042, U.S.A.
Tel No. (516) 328-5600
Canadian Radio Interference Regulations
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
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WPA Supplicant License
WPA Supplicant
Copyright (c) 2003-2012, Jouni Malinen <j@w1.fi> and contributors All Rights Reserved.
This program is licensed under the BSD license (the one with advertisement clause removed).
If you are submitting changes to the project, please see CONTRIBUTIONS file for more instructions.
License
This software may be distributed, used, and modified under the terms of BSD license:
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that
the following conditions are met:
1.Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer.
2.Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3.Neither the name(s) of the above-listed copyright holder(s) nor the names of its contributors may be used
to endorse or promote products derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS “AS
IS” AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE
DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE
FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR ONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES;
LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON
ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN
IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
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USA and Canada only:
The Lithium ion/polymer battery is recyclable.
Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY for information on how to recycle this battery.
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Trademarks and Licenses
OO DCF is a collective trademark of Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association and
a registered trademark in Japan.
OO The SDXC logo is a trademark of SD-3C, LLC.
OO Wi-Fi®, Wi-Fi Alliance®, WPATM, WPA2TM, and Wi-Fi Protected SetupTM are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Wi-Fi Alliance.
OO This product is implemented with exFAT technology licensed by Microsoft.
About this Guide
OO Reprinting, transmitting, or storing in a retrieval system any part of this guide without the permission of
Canon is prohibited.
OO Canon reserves the right to change the contents of this guide at any time without prior notice.
OO Illustrations and screenshots in this guide may differ slightly from the actual equipment.
OO The above items notwithstanding, Canon accepts no liability for damages resulting from the use of this
product and software.
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-European Union (and EEA) only-
This symbol attached on the product is according to the WEEE Directive (2002/96/EC).
-India only-
This product is not to be disposed of with your household waste, according to the
e-waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 2011. This product should be handed
over to a designated collection point, e.g., to an authorized collection site for recycling
waste electrical and electronic equipment (EEE). Improper handling of this type of
waste could have a possible negative impact on the environment and human health
due to potentially hazardous substances that are generally associated with EEE. At
the same time, your cooperation in the correct disposal of this product will contribute
to the effective usage of natural resources. For more information regarding return and
recycling of WEEE products, please visit http://www.canon.co.in/environment
Also, this product complies with the “India E-waste Rule 2011” and prohibits use of
lead, mercury, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls or polybrominated
diphenyl ethers in concentrations exceeding 0.1 % by weight and 0.01 % by weight for
Cadmium, except for the exemptions set in Schedule II of the Rule.
CDP-E513-010
© CANON INC. 2012