Sony | DPP-FP65 | Operating instructions | Sony DPP-FP65 User manual

3-285-375-11 (1)
Before you begin
Digital Photo
Printer
Preparations
Direct printing
DPP-FP65/FP75
Printing from a PictBridge
camera
Printing from a Bluetoothcompliant device
Printing from a PC
Error messages
Operating Instructions
Troubleshooting
Before operating this unit, please read “Read This First” and
“About the Print Packs” supplied and this manual, “Operating
Instructions”, thoroughly and retain them for future reference.
Additional information
Owner’s Record
The model and serial numbers are located on the bottom.
Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to
these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer
regarding this product.
Model No. DPP-FP65/FP75
Serial No. ________________________
© 2008 Sony Corporation
Please read the supplied “Read This First”
and “About the Print Packs”.
For the Customers in the U.S.A.
who purchased the DPP-FP75
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
– 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.
CAUTION
For Customers in Europe
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications
not expressly approved in this manual could void
your authority to operate this equipment.
This product has been tested and found compliant
with the limits set out in the EMC Directive for using
connection cables shorter than 3 meters (9.8 feet).
If you have any questions about this product, you may
call:
Sony Customer Information Services Center
1-800-222-SONY (7669)
Attention
WARNING
To reduce fire or shock hazard, do not
expose the unit to rain or moisture.
The number below is for the FCC related matters
only.
Regulatory Information
Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name:
Model No.:
Responsible Party:
Address:
SONY
DPP-FP75
Sony Electronics Inc.
16530 Via Esprillo, San Diego,
CA 92127 U.S.A.
Telephone No.:
858-942-2230
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.
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
2 GB
The electromagnetic fields at the specific frequencies
may influence the picture of this digital photo printer.
Notice
If static electricity or electromagnetism causes data
transfer to discontinue midway (fail), restart the
application or disconnect and connect the
communication cable (USB, etc) again.
Notice for the customers in the
countries applying EU Directives
The manufacturer of this product is Sony
Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan Minato-ku Tokyo, 1080075 Japan.
Than Authorized Representative for EMC and
product safety is Sony Deutschland Gmbh,
Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327 Stuttgart, Germany.
For any service or guarantee matters, please refer to
the addresses given in separate service or guarantee
documents.
Disposal of Old Electrical &
Electronic Equipment (Applicable in
the European Union and other
European countries with separate
collection systems)
This symbol on the
product or on its
packaging indicates that
this product shall not be
treated as household
waste. Instead it shall be
handed over to the
applicable collection
point for the recycling of
electrical and electronic
equipment. By ensuring
this product is disposed
of correctly, you will
help prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment and
human health, which could otherwise be caused by
inappropriate waste handling of this product. The
recycling of materials will help to conserve natural
resources. For more detailed information about
recycling of this product, please contact your local
Civic Office, your household waste disposal service
or the shop where you purchased the product.
NOTICE FOR CUSTOMERS IN
THE UNITED KINGDOM
A moulded plug complying with BS 1363 is fitted to
this equipment for your safety and convenience.
Should the fuse in the plug supplied need to be
replaced, a fuse of the same rating as the supplied one
and approved by ASTA or BSI to BS 1362,
(i.e.marked with or mark) must be used.
If the plug supplied with this equipment has a
detachable fuse cover, be sure to attach the fuse cover
after you change the fuse. Never use the plug without
the fuse cover. If you should lose the fuse cover,
please contact your nearest Sony service station.
Duplication, edition, or printing of a CD, TV
program, copyrighted materials such as pictures or
publications, or any other materials except for your
own recording or creation is limited to private or
domestic use only. Unless you hold copyright or
have permission from copyright holders for the
materials to be duplicated, use of those materials
beyond this limit may infringe the provisions of the
copyright law and be subject to the copyright
holder’s claim for damages.
When using photo images with this printer, pay
special attention not to infringe the provisions of
the copyright law. Any unauthorized use or
modification of portraits may also infringe their
rights.
For some demonstrations, performances, or
exhibits, photography may be forbidden.
Backup recommendations
To avoid potential risk of data loss caused by
accidental operation or malfunction of the printer,
we recommend that you save a backup copy of
your data.
Information
IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE
FOR ANY DIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY
NATURE, OR LOSSES OR EXPENSES
RESULTING FROM ANY DEFECTIVE
PRODUCT OR THE USE OF ANY PRODUCT.
Sony shall assume no responsibility for any
accidental or consequential damages or loss of the
recorded content which may be caused by use or
malfunction of the printer or memory card.
Notes on LCD screen
• The displayed image on the screen is not identical in
picture quality and colors with the printed image
because display methods or profiles differ. Please
regard the displayed image as just a reference.
• Do not press against the LCD screen. The screen
may be discolored and that may cause a
malfunction.
• Exposing the LCD screen to direct sunlight for long
periods may cause malfunctions.
• The LCD screen is manufactured using extremely
high-precision technology, so over 99.99% of the
pixels are operational for effective use. However,
there may be some tiny black points and/or bright
points (white, red, blue or green in color) that
constantly appear on the LCD screen. These points
are normal in the manufacturing process and do not
affect the printing in any way.
• Images may trail across the LCD screen in a cold
location. This is not a malfunction.
3 GB
On trademarks and copyrights
• Cyber-shot,
, “Memory Stick”,
, “Memory Stick Duo”,
, “MagicGate Memory Stick”,
“Memory Stick PRO”,
,
“Memory Stick PRO Duo”,
, “Memory Stick PRO-HG
Duo”,
, “Memory Stick
Micro”,
,
, “Memory
Stick-ROM”,
, “MagicGate”,
and
are trademarks of Sony
Corporation.
• Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and DirectX
are either registered trademarks or trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or
other countries.
• Intel and Pentium are the registered trademarks or
trademarks of Intel Corporation.
•
or xD-Picture CardTM is a trademark of
Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd.
•
is a trademark of FotoNation Inc. in the
U.S.A.
• All other companies and product names mentioned
herein may be the trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective companies.
Furthermore, “™” and “®” are not mentioned in
each case in this manual.
• The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by
the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks
by Sony Corporation is under license. Other
trademarks and trade names are those of their
respective owners.
Notice for users
Program © 2008 Sony Corporation
Documentation © 2008 Sony Corporation
All rights reserved. This manual or the software
described herein, in whole or in part, may not be
reproduced, translated or reduced to any machine
readable form without prior written approval from
Sony Corporation.
IN NO EVENT SHALL SONY CORPORATION BE
LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES,
WHETHER BASED ON TORT, CONTACT, OR
OTHERWISE, ARISING OUT OF OR IN
CONNECTION WITH THIS MANUAL, THE
SOFTWARE OR OTHER INFORMATION
CONTAINED HEREIN OR THE USE THEREOF.
By breaking the seal of the envelope of the CD-ROM
package, you accept all the terms and conditions of
this agreement. If you do not accept these terms and
conditions, please return this disk envelope unopened,
along with the rest of the package, immediately to the
dealer where you obtained it.
Sony Corporation reserves the right to make any
modification to this manual or the information
contained herein at any time without notice.
The software described herein may also be governed
by the terms of a separate user license agreement.
Any design data such as sample pictures provided in
this software cannot be modified or duplicated except
for the purpose of personal use. Any unauthorized
duplication of this software is prohibited under
copyright law.
Please note that unauthorized duplication or
modification of portraits or copyrighted work could
infringe the rights reserved by rights holders.
You may be referred to the supplied “Read This
First” and “About the Print Packs” when there are
detailed explanations in the leaflet.
On the illustrations and screen
shots used in this manual
The illustrations and screen shots used in this
manual are of the DPP-FP75 unless noted
otherwise.
4 GB
Table of Contents
Notice for users .............................4
Before you begin
Identifying the parts ........................7
Preparations
Checking the contents of the
package ..........................................9
Setting the ink ribbon .....................9
Inserting the print paper ...............10
Connecting to the AC
power source ................................12
Direct printing
LCD screen display .......................13
An image preview ...........................13
Image list .......................................14
List of icons ...................................15
Basic printing ...............................16
Inserting a memory card .................16
Printing selected images ................16
Enjoying various printing ..............18
Red-eye Correction .......................20
Editing an image ...........................21
Enlarging and reducing an
image size .................................... 21
Moving an image .......................... 21
Rotating an image ......................... 21
Adjusting an image ........................ 21
Printing an edited image ............... 22
Undoing the operations ................. 22
Exiting the menu ........................... 23
Making layout prints ....................23
Making an ID photo .....................24
Making Batch Print (Index Print/
DPOF Print/Print All) .....................25
Changing the settings ..................26
Setting the Date Print ................... 26
Setting the print finish (Borders/
Borderless print) ............................ 26
Setting the On-screen Display ....... 27
Changing the Color Setting ........... 28
Hiding or showing the Printer
information display ....................... 29
Resetting to the Default Setting ..... 29
Printing from a USB memory .......30
Printing from a PictBridge
camera
Printing from a PictBridge
camera ..........................................31
Continued
5 GB
Printing from a Bluetoothcompliant device
Printing from a Bluetooth-compliant
device ...........................................32
Compatible profiles for Bluetooth
communication .............................. 32
Printing procedures ....................... 32
Printing from a PC
Printing from a PC ........................34
Installing the software ..................34
System requirements ..................... 34
Installing the printer driver ............. 35
Uninstalling the printer driver ........ 37
Installing the Picture Motion
Browser ......................................... 38
Uninstalling the Picture Motion
Browser ......................................... 39
Printing photos from the Picture
Motion Browser ............................39
Registering a browsing folder ........ 43
Stopping printing ........................... 43
Printing from a commercially-available
software application ....................... 44
Error messages
If an error display appears ............45
Troubleshooting
If trouble occurs ...........................48
If paper jams ................................58
Cleaning .......................................59
6 GB
Additional information
Precautions ..................................60
On safety ........................................60
On installation ................................60
On cleaning ....................................60
On restrictions on duplication ........61
About the Memory Cards ..............61
“Memory Stick” ..............................61
SD Memory Card ............................62
xD-Picture Card ..............................62
Notes on using a memory card .......63
Specifications ...............................63
Printing range .................................65
Glossary .......................................66
Index ............................................67
Before you begin
Identifying the parts
A 1 (on/standby) button/(standby)
indicator
B CANCEL/
(Index View) button
C MENU button
D LCD screen
2.4 type DPP-FP65
3.5 type DPP-FP75
E ENTER button
F Direction (g/G/f/F) buttons
G
(Red-eye Correction) button
(.page 20)
H PRINT button/indicator
I Paper tray compartment
(.page 10)
J Paper tray compartment door
K “Memory Stick PRO” (Standard/
Duo) slot (.pages16, 61)
L xD-Picture Card slot
(.pages16, 62)
M SD Memory Card slot
(.pages16, 62)
N Ink ribbon eject lever (.page 9)
O Ink ribbon (not supplied)
(.page 9)
P Ink ribbon compartment door
(.page 9)
Continued
7 GB
Before you begin
For details, see the pages indicated in the
parentheses.
Illustrations are of the DPP-FP75. The button
locations and names of the DPP-FP65 are
identical, although the LCD screen size is
different.
Printer front panel
Printer left side panel
E
USB connector (.page 36)
When using your computer, connect it via a
USB cable to this connector.
F PictBridge/EXT INTERFACE
connector (.pages 31 to 32)
When using a PictBridge-compliant digital
camera, a USB memory, a Bluetooth USB
adaptor (DPPA-BT1*), or other external USB
device, connect it to this connector.
(*In some regions, the DPPA-BT1 Bluetooth
USB adaptor is not sold.)
Printer rear panel
A Handle
As illustrated below, raise the handle when
you carry the printer.
When you use the printer, close the handle to
its original position.
Notes
• When you carry the printer, make sure to
remove memory cards, USB memory, the
paper tray, AC adaptor, and other cables.
Otherwise malfunctions may occur.
• When using the DPP-FP75, set the LCD
panel to its original position.
B Ventilation holes
C Paper outlet
D DC IN 24 V jack (.page 12)
Plug the supplied AC adaptor into this
connector. Then connect the AC adaptor and
AC outlet with the power cord.
8 GB
Preparations
Checking the contents
of the package
*1 The plug shape and specifications of the AC power
cord differ depending on the region in which you
purchased the printer.
About Sony Print Packs
(not supplied)
1
2
Pull and open the ink ribbon
compartment door.
Insert the ink ribbon in the direction
of the arrow until it clicks into place.
Preparations
Make sure that the following accessories are
supplied with your printer.
• Paper tray (1)
• AC adaptor (1)
• AC power cord*1 (1)
• Cleaning cartridge (1)/Cleaning sheet (1)
• CD-ROM (Windows Printer Driver Software
Ver.1.0 and Picture Motion Browser
Ver.3.0)
• Operating Instructions (this booklet)
• Read This First (1)
• About the Print Packs (1)
• Warranty (In some regions, the warranty is
not supplied.)
• Sony End User Software License Agreement
Setting the ink ribbon
3
Close the ink ribbon compartment
door.
Removing the ink ribbon
Push up the eject lever, and remove the
used ink ribbon.
Please use a Sony optional color print pack
designed for the printer. For details, see the
supplied “About the Print Packs”.
Continued
9 GB
Notes
• Do not touch the ink ribbon or store the ink ribbon
in a dusty location. Fingerprints or dust on the ink
ribbon may result in imperfect printing.
• Do not rewind the ink ribbon and use the rewound
ink ribbon for printing. Otherwise, proper printing
results will not be obtained, or a malfunction may
occur. If the ink ribbon does not click into place,
remove it and then re-insert it. Only when the ink
ribbon is too slack to be loaded, keep pressing the
core of the ribbon and wind the ink ribbon in the
direction of the arrow to remove the slack.
Inserting the print paper
1
Open the paper tray cover.
Hold the parts on both sides of the paper
tray cover (shown with arrows) and open
the paper tray cover.
Do not wind
the ribbon
in the
directions
shown here
•
•
•
•
Do not disassemble the ink ribbon.
Do not pull out the ribbon from the ink ribbon.
Do not remove the ink ribbon while printing.
Avoid placing the ink ribbon in a location subject
to high temperatures, high humidity, excessive
dust or direct sunlight. Please store it in a cool and
dark place and use it within a short period from the
date of production. Depending on the storage
conditions, the ink ribbon may deteriorate. Use of
such an ink ribbon may affect the printed results,
for which we cannot guarantee or compensate.
10 GB
2
Set the print paper into the paper
tray.
3
Close the paper tray cover.
• To avoid paper jam or malfunctions of the printer,
make sure of the following before printing:
– Do not write or type on the print paper.
– Do not attach a sticker or stamps on the print
paper.
– When adding print paper to the paper tray, be
sure that the total number of print paper sheets
does not exceed 20 sheets.
4
– Do not insert different types of print paper
together into the paper tray.
Open the slide cover.
– Use the print paper for this printer only.
– Do not use print paper ejected without printing.
Notes on storing the print paper
5
Insert the paper tray into the printer.
• To store print paper in the tray, remove the paper
tray from the printer and close the slide door of the
paper tray.
• Avoid storing the paper with the printed faces
touching each other or in contact with rubber or
plastic products, including vinyl chloride or
plasticizer for an extended period of time; color
changes or deterioration of the printed image may
occur.
• Avoid placing the print paper in a location subject
to high temperatures, high humidity, excessive
dust or direct sunlight.
• When you are going to store partially-used print
paper, store it in its original bag or a similar
container.
Notes
• You can set up to 20 sheets of print paper. Riffle
the print paper thoroughly. Insert the print paper
with the protective sheet facing up. Then remove
the protective sheet.
• Insert the print paper with its printing surface (the
side with no imprint) facing up.
• Do not touch the printing surface. Fingerprints or
contamination on the printing surface may result in
imperfect printing.
• Do not bend the print paper, or cut the print paper
from the perforations before printing.
11 GB
Preparations
– Do not print on used print paper. Printing an
image twice on the same paper will not make
the printed image thicker.
Connecting to the AC
power source
1
2
Insert the plug of the AC adaptor
into the DC IN 24 V jack on the back
of the printer.
10 cm
(13/32
inches)
Connect one plug of the AC power
cord to the connector of the AC
adaptor and the other plug to the
wall outlet.
Notes
• Do not place the printer in an unstable location
such as on a wobbly table.
• Leave enough room around the printer. The print
paper emerges from the back a few times during
printing. Keep 10 cm (13/32 inch) or more space at
the rear of the printer.
• Connect the AC adaptor to an easily accessible
wall outlet close by. If trouble occurs while using
the adaptor, immediately shut off the power by
disconnecting the plug from the wall outlet.
• Do not short the plug of the AC adaptor with a
metallic object, as this may cause a malfunction.
• Do not use the AC Adaptor placed in a narrow
space, such as between a wall and furniture.
• When you have finished using the AC adaptor,
disconnect the AC power cord from the
DC IN 24 V jack of the printer and from the AC
power sources.
• The printer is not disconnected from the AC power
source (mains) as long as it is connected to the wall
outlet, even if the printer itself has been turned off.
AC adaptor
AC power cord
To the wall
outlet
To use your Printer abroad Power sources
You can use your Printer and the AC Adaptor
(supplied) in any country or region where the
power supply is within 100 V to 240 V AC,
50/60 Hz. Use a commercially available AC
plug adaptor [a], if necessary, depending on the
wall outlet (wall socket) [b].
AC-S2416
Do not use an electronics transformer (travel
converter), as this may cause a malfunction.
12 GB
Direct printing
LCD screen display
An image preview
On-screen Display: On
You can change the image preview view by
setting the “On-screen Display” from the
menu. (page 27)
A Access indication
Appears while the printer is accessing a
memory card or a USB memory.
Note
While the access indication is displayed, do not
remove a memory card or a USB memory, or do
not turn off the power. Data may be damaged.
B Input/setting indications
Input indications and settings information for
an image are displayed.
Icons
Meaning
Direct printing
“Memory Stick” input
SD Memory Card input
xD-Picture Card input
USB Memory input
DPOF print preset indication
On-screen Display: Off
C Number of selected images/Total
number of image
D Ink ribbon indication
: P size
: Cleaning cartridge
E Image file information (file format,
file size, image number (folder- file
number)*)
(*DCF-compatible files only. In case of other
file formats, only part of file name will be
displayed.)
F Operation tips
G Shot or Saved date (year/month/
day)
H Print quantity setting
Continued
13 GB
Image list
Displays a list of the images stored in the
selected media.
DPP-FP65
DPP-FP75
D
DPOF print preset indication
Switching an image preview
and image list
You can switch the display as follows:
• To display the image list
In an image preview, press the
(Index View) button.
When there are multiple pages, you can
switch pages by pressing f/F.
• To display an image preview
In the image list, press g/G/f/F to move
the cursor to the desired image and press
ENTER.
In an image preview, you can change the
displayed image by pressing g/G .
• To enlarge an image
In the image preview window, press
ENTER. Each time you press the button,
the image is enlarged up to 5 times the
original scale: x1.5, x2, x3, x4, and then
x5. In an enlarged image preview, you
can change the portion to be displayed by
pressing g/G/f/F.
r
x1 c x1.5 c x2 c x3 c x4 c x5
A Cursor (orange frame)
You can move the cursor (selection) by
pressing g/G/f/F.
B Print quantity setting
Appears only when the print quantity is being
set.
C Scroll bar
Indicates the position of the image among the
total number of images.
14 GB
List of icons
The following are the icons displayed on the
LCD screen.
You can proceed with operations by selecting a
desired icon with g/G/f/F, and then pressing
ENTER.
For detailed explanations, see the pages in the
parentheses.
Icons
Meaning
Edit (21)
Layout Print (23)
Icons
Meaning
Batch Print
Index Print (25)
(Prints all the images in split
screens.)
Print All (25)
(Prints one copy each for all the
images.)
DPOF Print (25)
(Prints the images with the print
mark (
) in an image
preview with the preset number of
copies in the order they are
displayed.)
Direct printing
Print setup
ID Photo (24)
Date Print (26)
Batch Print (25)
Borders/Borderless (26)
Print setup (26)
On-screen Display (27)
Edit/Layout Print/ID Photo
Enlarging and reducing an image
size (21)
Color Setting (28)
Printer information display (29)
Moving an image (21)
Rotating an image (21)
(Rotates 90° Clockwise.)
Default Setting (29)
(Resets the settings to the factorypreset default settings.)
Adjusting the picture quality of an
image (21)
Changing a photo into a
monochrome one (24)
* This option is available only in ID
Photo operations.
Resetting edits (22)
Printing an edited image (22)
Exiting the menu (23)
15 GB
Basic printing
Inserting a memory card
Prepare a memory card that contains images for
printing: “Memory Stick”, “Memory Stick
Duo”, SD Memory Card, or an xD-Picture
Card.
Insert the desired card with its labelled
surface facing up into the proper slot until it
clicks firmly into place.
For the types of memory cards you can use
with the printer, please see pages 61 to 63.
Notes
• Insert only the memory card that you want to use
for printing. When multiple memory cards are
inserted, the memory card inserted first will have
the first priority.
• The printer supports both standard and small sizes.
A “Memory Stick Duo” adaptor is not necessary.
• To use a memory card, follow the notes
described on pages 61 to 63.
Printing selected images
This section explains how to display the images
of a memory card or a USB memory on the
printer’s LCD screen and print the selected
images (direct printing). For how to print from
a USB memory, see page 30.
Setting the print quantity
1
Press 1 (on/standby) to turn on the
printer.
The standby indicator turns off. An image
stored in the memory card or USB
memory is displayed on the LCD screen.
2
From the left, with the label side facing up,
“Memory Stick”, (“Memory Stick Duo”), SD
Memory Card, and xD-Picture Card
To eject a memory card
Remove the memory card from the slot slowly
in the reverse direction it was inserted.
16 GB
3
Press g/G to display the image that
you want to print.
Set the print quantity.
To print one copy of the displayed image,
skip this procedure and go on to the next
step.
Press f to display the print quantity
indication. Then specify the print quantity
with f/F.
4
Press PRINT.
While the PRINT button is lit in green, the
printer is ready for printing. The image
being displayed is printed.
To print multiple images
Repeat steps 2 and 3.
To change the print quantity
Display the image whose print quantity
you want to change, and change the print
quantity with f/F.
If you select “0”, printing is canceled.
Enlarging an image to be
printed (Trimming Print)
On selecting input
The printer is not equipped with an input select
switch. When you connect a memory card or a
USB memory to the printer, images from the
connected media are displayed automatically.
If multiple memory cards or a USB memory
are connected, the media first connected has the
priority.
When you turn on the printer with multiple
media inserted or connected, the printer detects
the media in the order of “Memory Stick”, SD
Memory Card, xD-Picture Card, and then a
USB memory connected to the PictBridge/EXT
INTERFACE connector.
Direct printing
Press ENTER repeatedly until the image is
enlarged to the desired size. You can enlarge an
image up to the 5 times the original scale. Press
g/G/f/F to move an image.
Press PRINT to display the image preview for
printing. Then press PRINT again to print the
previewed image.
Even if you have set a print quantity for other
images, only the previewed image is printed.
Notes
• Never move or turn off the printer while it is
printing; the ink ribbon or print paper may become
stuck. If you turn off the power accidentally, keep
the paper tray inserted and turn on the printer
again. If paper being printed remains in the printer,
remove the paper that emerges automatically and
resume printing.
• Do not remove the paper tray during printing.
Otherwise, a malfunction may occur.
• The print paper emerges a few times during
printing. Do not touch nor pull the emerged paper
during the printing process.
• If print paper is jammed, see page 58.
17 GB
Enjoying various printing
z Operation using the printer buttons
Red-eye Correction
MENU
Red-eye Correction .page 20
Press the
(Red-eye Correction) button to correct the red-eye phenomenon of an image
automatically.
A variety of printing
Press MENU and then select an icon of the desired operation.
• Press g/G/f/F to select the desired icon and
press ENTER.
1 Edit
2 Layout Print
3 ID Photo Print
4 Batch Print
5 Print setup
• To exit the menu, press MENU again.
18 GB
1 Edit
.page 21
You can adjust the size, position, hue or other picture property of the selected image.
For the icons you can use, see page 15.
2 Layout Print
.page 23
You can place multiple photos on split screens to make a print
3 ID Photo Print
.page 24
You can specify the desired width and height of a photo.
You can use a photo for an identification card such as a
passport.
4 Batch Print
.page 25
You can print a large number of images of a memory card or USB memory at one time.
You can select from batch print options such as “Print All”,
“Index Print”, and “DPOF Print”.
5 Print setup
.page 26
You can change the settings during printing, the printer settings, and on-screen display
settings.
19 GB
Direct printing
You can make a print with 2-split, 4-split, 9-split, 13-split or
16-split images.
Red-eye Correction
1
Tips
• If there are no images with print quantity
settings, the Red-eye Correction adjusts the
image being previewed.
Display an image that you want to
adjust and then press
(Redeye Correction).
• If there are other images with print quantity
setting, and print quantity is not specified
for the image being previewed, the image
being previewed will not be corrected. The
images with print quantity settings will be
adjusted.
Red-eye Correction of the selected image
starts. The results of the adjustment will
be displayed on the screen.
To display the original image
(Before correction) again
Press
(Red-eye Correction). To
display the adjusted image, press
again.
To cancel correction
Press CANCEL.
Tip
Although you can check the red-eye correction
status by pressing ENTER and enlarging an
image, the image to be printed is not enlarged.
To print an enlarged and red-eye-corrected
image, first enlarge an image and then perform
red-eye correction.
If you have set print quantity for
multiple images
All the images with print quantity settings
are adjusted. To display other images,
press g/G.
To set the print quantity
Before you start red-eye correction, set the
print quantity (page 16). You cannot set or
change print quantity after you finish the
red-eye correction. To change the print
quantity setting, cancel the red-eye
correction.
20 GB
• If you enlarged an image, only the enlarged
image will be adjusted and then printed.
2
Press PRINT.
Printing of the image being adjusted starts.
When the print quantity setting is
specified, the specified number of copies
are printed.
Tips
• Adjustment takes effect only on the image being
printed. The original image will not be adjusted.
• You cannot perform editing on an image after
Red-eye Correction.
Notes
• Depending on the image, the red-eye phenomenon
may not be corrected.
• When you cancel the edits by selecting
(Reset)
in the Edit menu, the Red-eye Correction will also
be cancelled.
• During the Red-eye Correction process, an
animation to show reading and handling of data
from a memory card or a USB memory will be
displayed. While the animation is displayed, do not
remove the memory card or disconnect USB
memory.
The automatic red-eye
correction of this printer uses
the technology of FotoNation
Inc. in the U.S.A.
Editing an image
Enlarging and reducing an
image size
1
From the
Edit menu (page 19),
press g/G to select
(Enlarge) to
enlarge an image or
(Reduce)
to reduce it, and then press ENTER.
1
Each time you press ENTER, the image
rotates 90° clockwise.
2
1
Icons
Brightness
Moving an image
Tint
From the
Edit menu (page 19),
press g/G to select
(Move) and
then press ENTER.
The g/G/f/F indicators appear on the
Saturation
Sharpness
left/right/above/below the image and you
can move the image.
Press g/G/f/F to move an image.
Press ENTER.
The image is fixed in its current position.
4
Press PRINT.
Meaning
Adjusting the Brightness
Adjusting the Tint
Adjusting the Saturation
Adjusting the Sharpness
Exiting the Adjust menu.
Saves and reflects the
editions made and returns to
the previous step.
The image moves in the selected direction.
3
From the
Edit menu (page 19),
press g/G to select
(Adjust) and
then press ENTER.
The Adjust menu is displayed.
Note
2
Press PRINT.
Adjusting an image
The picture quality of an enlarged image may
deteriorate depending on its size.
1
From the
Edit menu (page 19),
press g/G to select
(Rotate) and
then press ENTER.
2
Press g/G to select the desired
adjustment tool and press ENTER.
The adjustment screen of the selected tool
appears.
Continued
21 GB
Direct printing
Each time you press the button, the image
becomes larger or smaller. You can also
use the (zoom in) and
(zoom out)
buttons to enlarge or reduce the image
size:
: up to 200%
: down to 60%
Rotating an image
When
(Brightness) is selected
Printing an edited image
1
Press g/G to select
(Print) and
then press ENTER. Or, press
PRINT.
The print window is displayed. The print
quantity is displayed.
2
Set the print quantity.
• To increase the print quantity one by
one, press f repeatedly.
• To reduce the print quantity one by one,
press F briefly repeatedly.
Slider
Press g/G to adjust an image while
checking the level of brightness, for
example.
• Brightness: Press G to brighten the
picture or g to darken it.
• Tint: Press G to make the picture
greenish or g to make it reddish.
• Saturation: Press G to deepen the
colors or g to lighten the colors.
• Sharpness: Press G to sharpen the
outlines or g to soften them.
3
3
Press ENTER.
The adjustment is executed and you can
select other adjustment option.
4
Press g/G to select
then press ENTER.
(Exit) and
Undoing the operations
1
The Adjust menu will be closed.
5
Press ENTER.
Press g/G to select
then press ENTER.
(Reset) and
The confirmation window is displayed.
Press PRINT.
2
Press f/F to select “OK”, and press
ENTER.
The settings in the Edit menu and Red-eye
Correction are disabled, and the image is
reset to the state it was in before editing.
The Edit screen or Adjust screen is
displayed again. If you press CANCEL or
select “CANCEL” and press ENTER, the
previous window is displayed.
22 GB
Making layout prints
1
From the main menu (page 18),
press g/G/f/F to select
(Layout Print), then press ENTER.
The Layout Print templates are displayed.
2
Press g/G/f/F to select the desired
template, then press ENTER.
The preview of the selected template is
displayed
Exiting the menu
Press g/G to select
then press ENTER.
When you select a template with multiple
images, repeat the procedures below to
select an image for each area.
1 Press g/G/f/F to select an image area,
then press ENTER.
The image list is displayed.
2 Press g/G/f/F to select the desired
image, then press ENTER.
The window used for adjusting the
image is displayed.
For adjustment, see “Adjusting an
image” on page 21.
You can adjust red-eye phenomenon
automatically by pressing the
(Red-eye Correction) button (page 20).
After the Red-eye Correction is
performed, you cannot do other
adjustments. Make sure to perform the
Red-eye Correction after you finish
other adjustments.
(Exit) and
The confirmation window is displayed.
2
Select an image.
Press f/F to select “OK”, and press
ENTER.
The menu operations are terminated and
the window displayed before entering the
menu is displayed again.
If you press CANCEL or select
“CANCEL” and press ENTER, the
previous window is displayed.
4
Press g/G to select
ENTER.
and press
The selected image is added to the image
area.
5
Press PRINT.
Continued
23 GB
Direct printing
1
3
Making an ID photo
1
From the main menu (page 18),
press g/G/f/F to select
(ID
Photo) and then press ENTER.
5
Press f/F to select
ENTER.
and press
The window used for selecting an image is
displayed.
6
Press g/G/f/F to select the desired
image, and then press ENTER.
The window used for adjusting the image
position is displayed.
For adjustment, see step “Adjusting an
image” on page 21.
You can also change a color photo into a
monochrome one. Select
(Monochrome) and press ENTER. You
can select this option while making an ID
Photo.
The window used for setting the height
and width of an ID Photo is displayed.
7
Press g/G to select
ENTER.
and press
A preview of the ID photo print is
displayed.
Tip
You can set a maximum size of 7.0 (width) x
9.0 (height) cm.
2
Press g/G/f/F to select “Height” or
“Width” to be adjusted and press
ENTER.
The cursor moves to the number input
area of the selected item.
• To specify the unit: Select either “cm” or
“inch”.
• To specify the height: Select the figure box
at the right of the photo frame.
• To specify the width: Select the figure box
in the upper of the photo frame.
3
Press f/F to set the size and then
press ENTER.
The ID photo preview of the specified size
is displayed.
4
If you want to specify another size,
repeat steps 2 and 3.
24 GB
8
Press PRINT.
Note
An ID photo printed may not be able to be acceptable
for use in an identification card or passport. Please
check the requirements for the photo to be used in the
instructions before you submit the card or passport.
Making Batch Print
1
(Index Print/DPOF Print/Print All)
From the main menu (page 18),
press g/G/f/F to select
(Batch
Print) and then press ENTER.
The Batch Print menu is displayed.
• Index Print
You can print a list (index) of all the images
stored in a memory card or a USB memory,
which allows you to check the contents of
the selected media easily.
The number of split panes on a sheet is fixed
to 8 horizontally by 6 vertically.
Press g/G to select
(Index
Print),
(Print All), or
(DPOF
Print) and then press ENTER.
The confirmation dialog box is displayed.
• Print All
You can print all the images stored on a
memory card or a USB memory at one time.
• DPOF Print
The images which are DPOF (Digital Print
Order Format) preset for printing are
displayed with the print mark (
) in an
image preview. You can print those images
at one time. The images are printed with the
preset number of copies in the order they
were displayed.
Notes
• For how to preset images for printing, see the
manual of your digital camera.
• Some types of digital cameras do not support the
DPOF function, or the printer may not support
some of the functions of the digital camera.
Note
If there are no DPOF preset images when you
selected “DPOF Print”, an error message will
be displayed.
3
To start printing, press f/F to select
“OK” and press ENTER.
When you select “OK” printing starts.
Tips
• To stop printing, press CANCEL and press
ENTER in step 3.
• When the “Date Print” item of the Print setup
menu is set to “ON”, the date the image was shot
or saved is not printed in the Index Print mode.
25 GB
Direct printing
2
Changing the settings
Setting the Date Print
When the image is recorded using the DCF
(Design rule for Camera File system) format,
you can print an image with the date of
shooting that is recorded as part of shooting
information. You can select “ON” or “OFF” of
Date Print and the order of year/month/day.
1
From the
(Print setup) menu,
press g/G/f/F to select
(Date
Print) and then press ENTER.
The Print setup menu is displayed.
2
3
Press g/G to select
(Date Print)
or
(no Date Print) , and press
ENTER.
To set the order of the date print,
press F to select
, and
then press g/G to select the desired
order:
• D-M-Y: The date is displayed in the
order of day, month and year.
• M-D-Y: The date is displayed in the
order of month, day and year.
• Y-M-D: The date is displayed in the
order of year, month and day.
26 GB
4
Press ENTER.
The setting is fixed. The Print setup
window is displayed again.
To redo the operations
Press CANCEL. The Print setup window is
displayed again.
Setting the print finish
(Borders/Borderless print)
1
From the
(Print setup) menu,
press g/G/f/F to select
(Borders/Borderless Print) and then
press ENTER.
The Borders/Borderless Print menu is
displayed.
2
Press g/G to select the desired print
finish.
Items
Setting the On-screen Display
Procedures
Borderless: Prints an image
without blank space around
the image.
1
From the
(Print setup) menu,
press g/G/f/F to select
(Onscreen Display) and then press
ENTER.
The On-screen Display menu is displayed.
Borders (Pattern 1): Prints
an image with borders
around the image, without
cutting the image.
Direct printing
Borders (Pattern 2): Prints
an image while leaving
almost-equal borders in the
top, bottom, right and left
around the image.
2
Press g/G to select the desired
setting item.
Items
3
Press ENTER.
The setting is fixed. The Print setup
window is displayed again.
To redo the operations
Press CANCEL. The Print setup window is
displayed again.
Notes
• When you select “Borderless”, a standard 4:3
picture shot by a digital camera may be printed
with the top and bottom edges cut and it is printed
as a 3:2 picture.
• When you select “Borders (Pattern 2)”, the top and
bottom edges or right and left edges may be
trimmed and printed depending on the image.
Procedures
On-screen Display is off.
In an image preview,
information other than the
print quantity and input
setting is not displayed.
On-screen Display is on. In
an image preview,
information such as the
number of selected images,
shot date, and the details of
an image file will be
displayed in addition to the
print quantity setting and
input setting.
Continued
27 GB
3
Press ENTER.
The setting is fixed. The Print setup
window is displayed again.
To redo the operations
Press CANCEL. The Print setup window is
displayed again.
Changing the Color Setting
1
From the
(Print setup) menu,
press g/G/f/F to select
(Color
Setting) and then press ENTER.
The Color Setting menu is displayed.
Tip
The year, month and day of the shot date are
displayed in the same order as the Date Print setting.
2
Press g/G to select the desired
color element, and press f/F to set
the level.
You can set the levels for a color element:
“R” (red), “G” (green) or “B” (blue) in the
range from +4 to –4.
R: Adjusts the red and blue elements. The
higher you set the level, the more
reddish the picture becomes as if it is
subjected to red light. The lower you
set the level, the darker the picture
becomes, as if light blue is added.
G: Adjusts the green and purple elements.
The higher you set the level, the more
greenish the picture becomes as if it is
subjected to green light. The lower you
set the level, the darker the picture
becomes, as if reddish purple is added.
B: Adjusts the blue and yellow elements.
The higher you set the level, the more
bluish the picture becomes as if it is
subjected to blue light. The lower you
set the level, the darker the picture
becomes, as if yellow is added.
28 GB
3
Press ENTER.
The setting is fixed. The Print setup
window is displayed again.
To redo the operations
Press CANCEL. The Print setup window is
displayed again.
Resetting to the Default
Setting
You can reset all the settings to the default
settings.
1
Hiding or showing the Printer
information display
1
The confirmation window is displayed.
2
Press f/F to select “OK” and press
ENTER.
The printer settings are reset to their
default settings.
Press ENTER.
The Printer information display window is
closed.
29 GB
Direct printing
From the
(Print setup) menu,
press g/G/f/F to select
(Printer information display) and
then press ENTER.
The Printer information display menu is
displayed. You can check the version
number and total print quantity of the
printer.
2
From the
(Print setup) menu,
press g/G/f/F to select
(Default Setting) and then press
ENTER.
Printing from a USB
memory
You can connect a USB memory and the
printer, and print an image directly from the
USB memory.
Notes
• We cannot guarantee connection with all types of
USB memory.
• We cannot guarantee connection with a mass
storage-compliant digital camera or photo storage.
• If a memory card is inserted in the printer, the
printer cannot read the signal from a USB memory
connected to the PictBridge/EXT INTERFACE
connector of the printer. Remove the memory card,
if any.
1
2
3
Connect the printer to the AC power
source (page 12).
Press the 1 (on/standby) button to
turn on the printer.
Connect a USB memory into the
PictBridge/EXT INTERFACE
connector of the printer.
To PictBridge/EXT
INTERFACE connector
USB Memory
30 GB
Notes
• While the access indicator of a USB memory is
flashing, never turn off the power of the printer.
The data stored in the USB memory may be
damaged. We cannot compensate for any damages
that may be caused by data loss or damage.
• You cannot use a USB hub or a USB device
equipped with a USB hub.
• Encoded or compressed data by fingerprint
authentication or password cannot be used.
Printing from a PictBridge camera
Printing from a
PictBridge camera
To PictBridge/EXT
INTERFACE connector
You can connect a PictBridge-compliant digital
camera and print an image directly from your
digital camera.
When printing in the PictBridge mode, make
sure to remove memory card(s) and your
computer from the printer in advance.
1
3
4
Connect the printer to the AC power
source (page 12).
Press the 1 (on/standby) button to
turn on the printer.
Connect the PictBridge-compliant
digital camera to the PictBridge/EXT
INTERFACE connector of the
printer.
When you connect a PictBridge-compliant
digital camera to the printer, “PictBridge”
is displayed on the LCD display of the
printer.
5
Operate the digital camera to print
an image.
To USB connector
Notes
• If you replace an ink ribbon while the printer is
connected to a PictBridge-compliant digital
camera, an image may not be printed properly. If
this occurs, disconnect and then re-connect the
digital camera.
• When printing via the PictBridge/EXT
INTERFACE connector, an image will be printed
according to the settings of the Print setup menu of
the printer. When you set the Date Print or
Borders/Borderless options with your digital
camera, the digital camera settings will have
priority. If you select “Borderless” with the printer
and “Borders” with your camera, “Borders (Pattern
1)” will be used for printing.
• You cannot use a USB hub or a digital camera
containing a USB hub.
• For error messages displayed on your digital
camera, refer to the operating instructions of your
digital camera.
The printer supports the following prints:
• Single-image print
• All images print
• Index Print
• DPOF Print
• Borders/Borderless Print
• Date Print
31 GB
Printing from a PictBridge camera
The required settings and operations that
must be completed before connection
differ depending on the digital camera.
For details, see the operating instructions
of your digital camera. (In case of Sony
Cyber-shot digital camera, for example,
select “PictBridge” mode for “USB
Connect”.)
2
A PictBridge camera
Set your digital camera ready for
printing with a PictBridge-compliant
printer.
Printing from a Bluetooth-compliant device
Printing from a Bluetoothcompliant device
By connecting the Sony DPPA-BT1 Bluetooth
USB adaptor to the PictBridge/EXT
INTERFACE connector of your printer, you
can print an image from a Bluetooth-compliant
mobile phone, digital camera, or other device.
Maximum number of pixels that can be
handled
8 000(H) × 6 000(V) dots (Maximum 3.5 MB
or less)
Printing procedures
When printing from the PictBridge/EXT
INTERFACE connector, make sure to remove
memory card(s) from the printer in advance.
Notes
• Do not use the DPPA-BT1 outside the area you
purchased it. Depending on the area, the use of the
adaptor may violate the local radio wave
regulations and may be subject to penalty.
• In some regions, the Sony DPPA-BT1 Bluetooth
USB adaptor is not sold.
1
2
3
Compatible profiles for
Bluetooth communication
Connect the printer to the AC power
source.
Press the 1 (on-standby) button to
turn on the printer.
Insert the Bluetooth adaptor into the
PictBridge/EXT INTERFACE
connector of your printer.
The DPP-FP65/FP75 supports the following
profiles:
• BIP (Basic Imaging Profile)
• OPP (Object Push Profile)
For the profiles that your Bluetooth device
supports, please refer to its manual.
What is a “Profile”?
A profile consists of the standards that enable
Bluetooth wireless communication. There are
several profiles available, depending on the
purposes and product to be used. To make
Bluetooth communication possible, the devices
used in the communicated should support the
same profile.
Compatible image file formats that can
be printed
JPEG: DCF 2.0 compatible, Exif 2.21
compatible, JFIF (4:4:4, 4:2:2, 4:2:0
formats Baseline JPEG)
TIFF:
Exif 2.21 compatible
BMP: 1, 4, 8, 16, 24, 32 bit Windows format
Some image file formats are not compatible.
32 GB
Note
If any device, other than the Bluetooth adaptor,
such as a memory card, camera, PC, or other
USB memory or a USB cable is connected to
any of the memory card slots, the PictBridge/
EXT INTERFACE connector, or USB
connecter of your printer, disconnect it from the
printer and then connect the Bluetooth adaptor.
4
Print from the Bluetooth-compliant
mobile phone, or other device.
For printing procedures, refer to the
manual of your Bluetooth device.
– Where a wireless LAN is established or a
microwave oven is being used near-by, or other
electromagnetic waves are emitted.
• Since a Bluetooth device and a wireless LAN
(IEEE802.11b/g) device use the same frequency
ranges, wave interference may occur when the
product is used near a device equipped with a
wireless LAN. This may cause deterioration in the
communication speed and connection conditions.
If this occurs, take the following measures:
To select the printer from a Bluetoothcompliant device, select “Sony DPP-FP65
##”/“Sony DPP-FP75 ##”. (“##” stands
for the two figures from the right of the
address displayed in the LCD screen.:
– Keep a distance of at the least 10 m from a
wireless LAN device when you connect the
product to a mobile phone.
•
•
•
When input of Passkey* is required
Input “0000”. You cannot change the
Passkey with the printer.
* A Passkey is often referred to as a “pass
code” or “PIN code”.
Notes
• Do not use the DPPA-BT1 outside the area you
purchased it. Depending on the areas, the use of
this product may violate the local radio wave
regulations and may be subject to its penalty.
• The communication distance of the product may
vary depending on the obstacles between the
product (a human body, metal object, or wall) and
the mobile phone or other device.
• The sensitivity of the Bluetooth communication
may be affected in the following conditions:
P Caution
• Radio waves from a Bluetooth device may
adversely affect the operation of electrical and
medical devices, and could lead to accidents due to
malfunctions. Make sure to turn off the product
and mobile phone and do not use this product in
the following places:
– Inside medical facilities, trains, airplanes, gas
stations or other places that may emit flammable
gas.
– near automatic doors or fire alarms or other
automatically controlled devices.
• Keep this product at least 22 cm away from cardiac
pacemakers. Radio waves from this product may
adversely affect the operation of cardiac
pacemakers.
• Do not disassemble or modify this product. Doing
so could result in injury, electric shock, or fire.
– When there is an obstacle between the product
and the mobile phone or other product such as a
human body, metal object, or a wall.
33 GB
Printing from a Bluetooth-compliant device
•
– Turn off the wireless LAN device in case you
want to use the product closer than 10 m from
the wireless LAN device.
We can not guarantee that this product works with
all devices enabled with Bluetooth wireless
technology.
Sony cannot assume any responsibility for any
information leakage that may be caused in
Bluetooth communications.
Sony cannot accept responsibilities for any failure
to satisfy the protection requirements resulting
from a non-recommended modification or use of
the product.
For customer support information, please refer to
the operating instructions of your printer.
Printing from a PC
Printing from a PC
You can print the images from a PC by
installing the supplied software on your PC and
connecting it to the printer.
This section explains how to install the
supplied software on your PC and how to use
the supplied Picture Motion Browser software
to print an image.
Please also refer to the operating instructions
supplied with your PC for information on
operating the PC.
Installation of the software is necessary only
when you connect the printer to your PC for the
first time.
On the supplied CD-ROM
The supplied CD-ROM contains the following
software:
• Printer driver for the DPP-FP65/FP75: The
software describes the printer’s requirements
and enables printing from the PC.
• Picture Motion Browser: Sony’s original
software application that allows you to
handle photographs and moving images—
this includes capturing, managing,
processing, and printing.
Installing the software
System requirements
To use the supplied printer driver and Picture
Motion Browser, you need a PC that meets the
following system requirements:
Operating Microsoft Windows Vista (*2)/
System(*1) Windows XP SP2 (*2)/Windows
2000 Professional SP4 (Factoryinstalled)
(*1)This printer driver does not run on
Windows 2000 Professional SP2 or
Windows Me operating systems.
This printer driver does not run on
Macintosh.
(*2)The Picture Motion Browser, 64-bit
editions and starter (Edition) are not
supported.
CPU:
Pentium III 500MHz or faster
(Pentium III 800MHz or faster is
recommended.)
RAM:
256 MB or more (512 MB or more
is recommended.)
Hard disk 400 MB or more (Depending on the
space:
Windows version you are using,
more space will be required. To
handle image data, you will need
additional hard disk space.)
Display
setting:
Screen resolution: 1024 × 768 dots
or more
Screen colors: High Color (16-bit)
or greater
Connector USB connector
Drive
34 GB
CD-ROM drive (to be used for
software installation)
Notes
Installing the printer driver
Follow the procedures below to install the
driver.
Notes
• Do not connect the printer to the PC before
installing the driver.
• Please log on to Windows using a “Computer
administrator” user account.
• Be sure to close all running programs before
installing the software.
• The dialog boxes shown in this section are from
Windows Vista, unless otherwise specified. The
installation procedures and the dialog boxes shown
differ depending on the operating system.
1
Turn on your PC, start Windows,
and insert the supplied CD-ROM
into the CD-ROM drive of your PC.
The installation window is displayed.
Printing from a PC
• If a hub is used to connect the printer and your PC,
or if two or more USB devices, including other
printers, are connected to your PC, trouble may
occur. If this occurs, simplify the connections
between your PC and the printer.
• You cannot operate the printer from another USB
device being used simultaneously.
• Do not remove the USB cable from or connect it to
the printer during data communication or printing.
The printer may not work properly.
• The printer does not support standby, sleep, and
hibernation modes and restarting from those
modes. Do not allow the PC connected to the
printer to switch to one of those modes during
printing.If you do so, printing may be failed.
• When printing is failed, remove a USB cable and
then connect it, or restart your computer. Then try
printing again.
• If you pause a printing job in process, and resume
printing after a while, printing may not be
performed correctly.
• We cannot guarantee operations with all PCs, even
though they may meet or exceed the system
requirements.
• Picture Motion Browser supports DirectX
technology and DirectX installation may be
required.
DirectX is available on the CD-ROM.
• If the Picture Motion Browser is installed on a PC
on which the Cyber-shot Viewer is already
installed, the Cyber-shot Viewer will be
overwritten and replaced by the Picture Motion
Browser. The browsing folders once registered in
the Cyber-shot Viewer will be automatically
registered in the Picture Motion Browser. When
using the Picture Motion Browser, you can view
the folders easier than you can when using the
Cyber-shot Viewer, as the registered folders are
displayed by group when viewing folders. With its
improved red-eye reduction adjustment and newlyadded tone curve adjustment, the Picture Motion
Browser also offers more powerful editorial
features. You can also use the software to write
data onto an external memory card for it.
Notes
• If the installation window is not displayed
automatically, double-click the “Setup.exe”
file on the CD-ROM.
• In Windows Vista, the AutoPlay window
may appear. Even if this occurs, select
“Setup.exe” execution and install the driver
according to the instructions on the screen.
2
Click “Installing Printer Driver”.
The “InstallShield Wizard” dialog box is
displayed.
Continued
35 GB
3
Click “Next”.
The license agreement dialog box is
displayed.
4
Read the agreement thoroughly,
and if you agree, check “I accept
this agreement” and click “Next”.
To USB
connector
Windows PC
To USB connector
Note
5
Use a B-type USB cable shorter than 3m in
length.
Click “Install”.
Installation starts.
6
7
8
When the “Sony DPP-FP65/75
printer driver has been successfully
installed.” dialog is displayed, click
“Finish”.
9
Wait for a while, then check to see
that “Sony DPP-FP65” or “Sony
DPP-FP75” has been added to the
“Printers” or “Printers and Faxes”.
Press the 1 (on/standby) button to
turn on the printer.
Connect the USB connectors of the
printer and your PC with a USB
cable (not supplied).
Printer driver installation starts
automatically.
10 When the installation is complete,
remove the CD-ROM from your PC
and keep it for future use.
To continue the process and install the
Picture Motion Browser software, follow
the procedures from step 2 on page 38.
36 GB
5
Notes
• If the installation fails, remove the printer from
your PC, restart your PC, and then follow the
installation procedures from step 2 again.
• After installation, the “Sony DPP-FP65” or “Sony
DPP-FP75” is not yet set as the default printer. Set
the printer you use for each application.
• The supplied CD-ROM will be required when you
uninstall or re-install the printer driver. Keep it for
possible future use.
• Before you use the printer, read the Readme file
(the Readme folder of the CD-ROM c English
folder c Readme.txt).
When the software is installed
The
icon is displayed on the Windows
desktop, as well as a shortcut to the web site for
printer customer registration. After you finish
registration, you can find support information
at: http://www.sony.net/registration/di/
Read the agreement thoroughly,
and if you agree, check “I accept
this agreement” and click “Next”.
The confirmation dialog box used for
removing the software is displayed.
6
Click “Yes”.
The confirmation dialog box used for
restart is displayed.
7
Check “Yes, I want to restart my
computer now” and click “OK”.
After the computer is restarted, the
relevant files will be deleted and
uninstallation is complete.
Uninstalling the printer driver
When the printer drive becomes unnecessary,
please follow the procedures below to remove
the printer driver:
2
Printing from a PC
1
Disconnect the USB cable (not
supplied) from your printer and the
PC.
Insert the supplied CD-ROM into the
CD-ROM drive of your PC.
The installation window is displayed.
Note
If the installation window is not displayed
automatically, double-click the “Setup.exe” file
on the CD-ROM.
3
Click “Installing Printer Driver”.
The “InstallShield Wizard” dialog box is
displayed.
4
Click “Next”.
The license agreement dialog box is
displayed.
Continued
37 GB
Installing the Picture Motion
Browser
5
Read the agreement thoroughly,
and if you agree, check “I accept the
terms of the license agreement” and
click “Next”.
Follow the procedures below to install the
Picture Motion Browser.
Notes
• Please log on to Windows using a “Computer
administrator” user account.
• Be sure to close all running programs before
installing the software.
• The dialog boxes shown in this section are from
Windows Vista, unless otherwise specified. The
installation procedures and the dialog boxes shown
differ depending on the operating system.
1
Turn on your PC, start Windows,
and insert the supplied CD-ROM
into the CD-ROM drive of your PC.
The dialog box used to specify the
destination is displayed.
6
The dialog box notifying you that the
program is ready to be installed is
displayed.
The installation window is displayed
(page 35).
2
Click “Installing Picture Motion
Browser”.
7
The “Choose Setup Language” dialog box
is displayed.
3
4
Click “Next”.
The license agreement dialog box is
displayed.
Click “Install” and follow the
instructions on the screen to
proceed with installation.
When you are prompted to restart your
PC, follow the displayed instructions to
restart it.
Select your language and click
“Next”.
The “InstallShield Wizard” dialog box is
displayed.
Check the destination and then click
“Next”.
8
When the installation is complete,
remove the CD-ROM from your PC
and keep it for future use.
Notes
• If the installation fails, perform the installation
procedures from step 2 again.
• The supplied CD-ROM will be required when you
uninstall or re-install the Picture Motion Browser.
Keep it in a safe place for possible future use.
38 GB
Uninstalling the Picture
Motion Browser
When this software is no longer needed,
remove it from your PC as follows:
1
Click “Start” - “Control Panel”.
The Control Panel is displayed.
2
3
Open “Add or Remove Programs”.
Select “Sony Picture Utility” and
click “Change/Remove”.
The software uninstallation process starts.
Printing photos from the
Picture Motion Browser
You can use the Picture Motion Browser to
print an image from your PC using P size print
paper.
1
Start the Picture Motion Browser
window using either of the following
methods:
Tip
In Windows XP/Windows 2000, please read
“Pictures” as “My Pictures”.
Continued
39 GB
Printing from a PC
• Double-click
(Picture Motion
Browser) on the Windows desktop.
• Click “Start” - “All Programs” (or
“Programs” with Windows 2000) “Sony Picture Utility” - “Picture
Motion Browser”.
When the Picture Motion Browser is
started for the first time, the dialog box
used to register a viewed folder is
displayed. If images have already been
saved in the “Pictures” folder, click
“Register Now”.
If you have saved images in a folder other
than the “Pictures” folder, click “Register
Later”. Refer to “Registering a browsing
folder” on page 43.
How to access the “Pictures” folder
• In Windows 2000:
Click “My Documents” - “Pictures” on
the desktop.
• In Windows Vista/XP:
Click “Start” - “Pictures” from the
taskbar.
2
Click “Start”.
The main window of the Picture Motion
Browser is displayed
3
Click the folder containing the
photos you want to print.
As an example, the “sample” folder is
selected in the following explanation.
4
Select the photos that you want to
print and click
(print).
The Print dialog box is displayed.
5
In the “Printer” drop-down list box,
select “Sony DPP-FP65” or “Sony
DPP-FP75”. To set the paper
orientation or other print options, go
to step 6. To print, skip to step 11.
In main window, there are the following
two different views. To switch the view,
click the “Folders” or “Calendar” tab in
the right frame.
• “Folders” view
The images will be classified in each
registered folder and are displayed as
thumbnails.
• “Calendar” view
The images will be classified according
to the shot date and are displayed as
thumbnails on each date of the calendar.
In “Calendar” view, you can switch the
display by year, by month, or by hour.
In this section, “Folders” view windows
are used as examples.
40 GB
Items
Functions
Printer
Select the printer you are using:
“Sony DPP-FP65” or “Sony
DPP-FP75”
Paper size
To change the size, click
“Properties”.
Note: In some regions, L size
print paper is not sold.
Print
Options
• Zoom the image until the print
area is full: When checked, an
image will be printed over the
entire printing area of the
paper. An edge of the photo
may be cut. When unchecked,
an image will be printed
without cutting off any
portions
• Print date taken: When
checked, an image is printed
with the date of shooting if the
image is a file recorded in the
DCF (Design rule for Camera
File system) format.
Items
Properties
6
Functions
Specifies paper size,
orientation, picture quality and
other details.
8
Click “Advanced.
The “Sony DPP-FP65/75 Advanced
Options” dialog box is displayed.
To set the paper orientation or other
print options, click “Properties”.
The “Properties” dialog box of the
selected printer is displayed. The printer
driver of the printer utilizes the Universal
Printer Driver, a Microsoft common
printer driver. In the dialog boxes, there
are some items that are not used within
this printer.
7
In the “Layout” tab, specify the
paper orientation or other options.
Items
Paper/
Output
Functions
Orientation
Select the orientation of an
image when printed:
• Portrait
• Landscape
Page Order
Select the order of the pages
when printed:
• Front to Back
• Back to Front
Pages Per
Sheet
Specify the number of copies
per sheet to be printed. Select
“1”.
Advanced
Specifies the paper size or
other options.
Graphic • ICM Method: The printer does
Image
not support the ICM method
Color Mansettings. Even if you select an
agement
option other than “ICM
Disabled”, the printed results
will not reflect the setting.
Leave the option as it is.
• ICM Intent: The printer does
not support the ICM Intent
settings. Leave the option as it
is.
Continued
41 GB
Printing from a PC
Items
Functions
• Paper Size: From the dropdown list box, select the paper
size you actually use for
printing: P size (post card
size)/L size
Note: L size print paper is not
sold in some regions.
• Copy Count: Specify the
number of copies to be
printed.
Items
Functions
Document
Options
• Advanced Printing Features:
Select “Enabled” to turn on
advanced printing options
such as “Page Order”. If a
compatibility problem occurs,
disable this feature.
• Color Printing Mode: To print
in colors, select “True Color
(24bpp)”. To print in
monochrome, select
“Monochrome”.
Printer
Features
• Borderless Print: To print an
image without borders, select
“ON”. To print with borders,
select “OFF”. Depending on
the software application, an
image will be printed with
borders even if “ON” is
selected. Set an image to be
printed fully in the print range.
9
On the “Paper/Quality” tab, specify
the color or paper source.
Items
Functions
Tray
Selection
From the “Paper Source” dropdown list box, select
“Automatically Select”.
Color
To print in colors, select
“Color”. To print in
monochrome, select “Black &
White”.
Advanced
The “Sony DPP-FP65/75
Advanced Options” dialog box
is displayed. (page 41) For
details, see step 8.
10 Click “OK”.
The “Print” dialog box is displayed again.
11 Click “Print”.
Printing starts. For the details of the
properties of the Picture Motion Browser,
see the Picture Motion Browser help.
Note
You cannot print a motion-picture file or RAW data
files.
42 GB
4
Tips
Notes
• To select a series of still images in the image area
of the main window, click the first image in the
series and then click the last image while pressing
the Shift key. To select multiple still images not in
a sequence, click the images individually while
pressing the Ctrl key.
• You can also print from an image preview.
Registering a browsing folder
Click “Close”.
• The folder you select as the destination of
the imported images will be registered
automatically.
• You cannot cancel registration of the folder
you register here.
To change the browsing folder
Click “Tools” - “Settings” - “Viewed folders”.
Tips
The Picture Motion Browser does not allow
you to view images saved on the PC hard disk
directly. You must first register the browsing
folder as follows:
1
Click “File”-“Register Viewed
Folder”, or click
.
The “Register Folders to View” dialog
box is displayed.
2
Select the folder you want to register
and then click “Register”.
• If a sub folder is contained in the source folder, the
images in the sub folder will also be registered.
• When the software is first started, a message
prompting you to register “Pictures” will be
displayed.
• Depending on the number of images, it may take
some tens of minutes to register images.
Stopping printing
1
Click the document name that you
want to cancel printing of and then
click “Cancel” from the “Document”
menu.
The dialog box used for confirming the
deletion is displayed.
3
Click “Yes”.
The printing job is canceled.
Note
You cannot register the whole drive.
Note
Do not remove the job being printed. Doing so may
cause a paper jam.
The confirmation dialog box used for
registration is displayed.
3
Click “Yes”.
Registration of the image information in
the data base starts.
Continued
43 GB
Printing from a PC
2
Double-click on the printer icon on
the taskbar, and open the “Print”
dialog box.
Printing from a commerciallyavailable software application
You can use a commercially-available software
application to print an image from the DPPFP65/FP75. Select “DPP-FP65” or “DPPFP75” as a printer in the print dialog box, and
select the print paper size in the page setup
dialog box. For details of print settings, see
steps 5 and 7 on pages page 40 and 41.
On the “Borderless Print” setting in
“Printer Features”
When using an application other than the
Picture Motion Browser, an image might be
printed with borders even if you select “ON”
for “Borderless Print” in “Printer Features” of
the “Sony DPP-FP65/75 Advanced Options”
dialog box.
When you select the borderless print option, the
printing range information for borderless
printing will be supplied to the application.
Some applications, however, may arrange and
print the image with borders within the
specified range.
If this occurs, do the following to print an
image without borders:
• When you can set the print range with an
application, set an image to be printed fully
within the available print range. For
example, select “Full page photo print” or a
similar option.
Orientation setting
Depending on the software application you use,
orientation may not change even if you change
portrait or landscape setting.
With the Borders/Borderless setting of
the printer driver
When the software application you use has
Borders/Borderless setting, we suggest you
select “ON” for “Borderless Print” in “Printer
Features” of the “Sony DPP-FP65/75
Advanced Options” dialog box as the printer
driver setting.
44 GB
Print quantity setting
Depending on the software application you are
using, the print quantity setting of the
application may have priority over the setting
specified in the printer driver dialog box.
Error messages
If an error display appears
If an error occurs, the following error display may appear on the LCD screen. Follow the solution
described here to solve the problem.
Error display
Meaning/Solutions
c There are no image files on the memory card or a USB memory
that the printer can handle. Connect a memory card or device
that contains images that can be displayed with the printer.
c There are no DPOF-preset image files on the memory card or a
USB memory. Specify the print (DPOF) mark with your
camera.
c The image may be an incompatible file such as a JPEG file
created with your computer, or a compatible file that does not
contain thumbnail, portion of an image file for displaying.
Select the mark in the image list and press ENTER to display its
image preview. If an image is displayed, you can print the
image. If the same mark is displayed again, the image is in an
incompatible file format and you cannot print it with the
printer.
c A USB device that the printer does not support may be
connected. Or, the USB settings of the connected device may
be incompatible. Refer to the operating instructions of the USB
device you are using.
Continued
45 GB
Error messages
c The image is in a compatible file format but its thumbnail data
or the data itself cannot be opened.
Select the mark in the image list and press ENTER to display its
image preview. If an image is displayed, you can print the
image. If the same mark is displayed again, you cannot print it
with the printer.
Error display
Meaning/Solutions
c The printer does not support a USB hub or a drive with a built
in USB hub. Connect the device directly to the printer or use a
device that does not contain a USB hub function.
c An incompatible memory card is inserted. Use a memory card
or a USB memory that the printer supports. (.pages 61 to
63)
c An error may have occurred with a memory card or a USB
memory. If these messages appear frequently, check the
memory card or a USB memory status with another device.
c No ink ribbon is inserted in the printer. Insert an ink ribbon of
the displayed size as follows and press PRINT. (.page 9)
– P: P size ink ribbon
c The ink ribbon has run out. Insert a new ink ribbon of the
displayed size as follows and press PRINT. (.page 9)
– P: P size ink ribbon
c The wrong ink ribbon is inserted. Do not use the size struck
through, but set the displayed size as follows and press PRINT.
(.page 9)
– P: P size ink ribbon
46 GB
Error display
Meaning/Solutions
c The ink ribbon is stuck.
Unplug the AC power cord of the printer, connect it again.
When the printer motor is stopped, remove the ink ribbon and
insert a new ink ribbon. If you cannot remove the ink ribbon,
consult with your Sony dealer or Sony service facilities.
c No print paper or cleaning sheet is set in the paper tray. Set the
print paper of the displayed size as follows in the paper tray,
insert the paper tray into the printer, and then press PRINT.
(.page 10)
– P: P size print paper
– C: Cleaning sheet (.page 59)
c The wrong print paper or cleaning sheet is set in the paper tray.
Set the print paper of the displayed size as follows in the paper
tray, insert the paper tray into the printer, and then press
PRINT. (.page 10)
– P: P size print paper
– C: Cleaning sheet (.page 59)
c Paper jams. See “If paper jams” (.page 58) and remove
jammed paper from the printer. If the jammed paper cannot be
removed, contact the nearest Sony service facilities.
47 GB
Error messages
c No paper tray is inserted in the printer. Set the print paper or
cleaning sheet into the paper tray, insert the paper tray into the
printer, and then press PRINT. (.page 10)
Troubleshooting
If trouble occurs
If you run into any problems using the printer, use the following guidance to solve the problem. If the
problem persists, consult your Sony dealer.
Power
Symptom
Check
The printer cannot • Is the AC power cord
be turned on
properly connected?
Cause/Solutions
c Connect the AC power cord to an AC
outlet securely. (.page 12)
Displaying images
Symptom
Check
The LCD screen
displays no
images.
• Is the memory card or a USB c Insert a memory card or connect a USB
memory properly inserted?
memory properly. (.page 16, 30)
• Does the memory card or a
USB memory contain
images recorded with a
digital camera or other
device?
Cause/Solutions
c Insert a memory card or connect a USB
memory that contains the recorded
images.
c Check the file formats that can be printed
with the printer. (.page 63)
• Is the file format compatible c If an image is not compatible with the
with the DCF?
DCF, it may not be printed with the
printer even if it is displayed on the PC
monitor.
Some images in
• Are thumbnail images
the image list are
displayed in the image list
not displayed or
(index)?
not printed even if
they are displayed.
c If the image is displayed but cannot be
printed, the file used for printing is
damaged.
c If an image is not compatible with DCF
(Design rule for Camera File system), it
may not be printed with the printer even if
it is displayed on the PC monitor.
• Are there more than 999
c The printer can display, or handle up to
images saved in the memory
999 image files. If there are more than 999
card or a USB memory?
images stored on a memory card or a USB
memory, use the PC or PictBridge mode
to display and handle the remaining
images.
• Did you name or rename an
image file with your PC?
48 GB
c When you name or rename an image file
on your computer and its file name
includes characters other than
alphanumeric characters, the file name
may not be displayed correctly or the
image may not be displayed on the printer.
Symptom
Check
Some images in
• There are 7 or more
the image list are
hierarchies on the memory
not displayed or
card or a USB memory.
not printed even if
they are displayed.
The file name is
not displayed
correctly.
Cause/Solutions
c The printer cannot display images saved
in a folder of the 7th or higher hierarchy.
• Did you change the file
c When you name or rename an image file
name of the image with your
on your computer and its file name
PC?
includes characters other than
alphanumeric characters, the file name
may not be displayed correctly. For a file
created with a PC application, the first 8
characters of its file name will be
displayed as the file name.
In the Edit menu, • Is the previewed image
there are blank
extremely stretched
areas at the top and
vertically or horizontally?
bottom of the
previewed image.
c If an image is extremely stretched
vertically or horizontally, blank areas may
appear in the Edit menu.
c The standard aspect ratio of an image shot
with a digital camera is 3:4. When you use
a recording/editing device other than the
printer to edit and save an image, the
image is often saved as a printing image
wider than 3:4 aspect ration. In the image
list, those images are displayed with upper
and edges cut and displayed in black.
Troubleshooting
Continued
49 GB
Printing
Symptom
Check
Cause/Solutions
Paper does not
feed.
• Is the print paper properly
set in the paper tray?
c If print paper is not properly loaded, the
printer may develop trouble. (.page 9,
10)
Check the following:
• Insert the correct set of print paper and
ink ribbon.
• Load the print paper in the correct
direction in the tray.
• You can insert a maximum of 20 sheets
of print paper into the tray. If the sheets
exceed 20, remove the extra sheets.
• Riffle the print paper thoroughly and
insert it into the tray.
• Do not bend or fold the print paper
before printing, as this may cause
malfunctions of the printer.
• Are you using print paper
c Use print paper designed for the printer. If
that was not designed for the
you use incompatible print paper, the
printer?
printer may develop trouble. (.About
the Print Pack)
The print paper is
ejected without
being printed.
50 GB
• Is this perforations of the
c Use print paper designed for the printer. If
print paper removed?
you use incompatible print paper, the
• Are you using print paper
printer may develop trouble. (.About
that was not designed for the
the Print Pack)
printer?
Printed results
Symptom
Check
The printed
pictures are
inferior in quality.
• Did you print preview image c Depending on the type of digital camera
data?
used, preview images may be displayed
along with the primary images in the
thumbnail list. The printed quality of the
preview images will not be as good as the
primary images. Note that if you delete
the preview images, the data for the
primary images may be damaged.
Cause/Solutions
• Did you print an image
c If a thumbnail image is not displayed
whose size (width or height)
properly, it is a small image. The printing
is smaller than 480 dots?
quality is rough due to this small image
Is the thumbnail image
size.
displayed properly?
• Did you use the Edit menu to c An enlarged image, depending on its
enlarge the image?
image size, will be printed with
deteriorated picture quality.
• Did you shoot an image in
the RAW file format?
c When you shoot an image in the RAW file
format, a highly-compressed JPEG file
may be also recorded. As the printer does
not support the RAW file format, it may
use the JPEG file to print an image. A
RAW file can be printed from a PC. For
details, see the operating instructions of
the digital camera you are using.
What is a RAW file?
A RAW file is an original image file
format to save uncompressed,
unprocessed still image data captured
from a digital camera.
Continued
51 GB
Troubleshooting
For whether or not a digital camera can
capture an image in the RAW file format,
see the operating instructions of the digital
camera.
Symptom
The picture quality
and colors of the
image previewed
on the screen
differs from those
printed.
The printed image
differs when an
image is printed
directly from the
memory card
inserted into the
printer’s slot and
when it is printed
via a PC.
Check
Cause/Solutions
—
c Because of differences in the display
method or profiles of an LCD screen,
please regard the image being displayed
on the display as just a reference. To
adjust picture quality, do either of the
following:
– Changing the Color Setting
(.page 28)
– Adjusting an image (.page 21)
The settings take effect on the displayed
images only.
c Because of the differences in the printer’s
internal processing and PC software
processing, the printed images will be
different.
—
The date cannot be • Is “Date Print” set to “ON”? c Set “Date Print” to “ON”. (.“Setting
printed.
the Date Print” on page 26)
• Does the image support
DCF?
c The “Date Print” function of this unit
supports an image that is compatible with
the DCF standards.
The date is printed • Is “Date Print” set to “OFF”? c Set “Date Print” to “OFF”. (.“Setting
unintentionally.
the Date Print” on page 26)
• Was the date saved with the c If the date was saved with the image, you
image when it was shot with
cannot make a print without a date.
the digital camera?
The image cannot
be printed fully in
the print range.
Borders remain.
52 GB
• Did you select “Borders
(Pattern 1)” or “Borders
(Pattern 2)”?
c Select “Borders”. (.“Setting the print
finish (Borders/Borderless print)” on
page 26)
• Is the aspect ratio of the
image correct?
c Depending on the type of digital camera
used, the aspect ratio of the recorded
image differs, so the image may not be
printed covering the entire printable area.
Symptom
Check
Even if
“Borderless” is
selected, the image
is printed with
borders on both
sides.
Cause/Solutions
—
c When you use an editing/recording device
other than the printer to edit or save an
image, the image is saved with blank areas
around the image. Even if you print it with
the “Borderless” setting, you cannot
eliminate the borders on both sides of a
print.
• Did you select “Borders
(Pattern 1)”?
c You can print the whole area of an image
by selecting “Borders (Pattern 1)”.
(.“Setting the print finish (Borders/
Borderless print)” on page 26)
• Is the paper tray inserted
The image is
printed at an angle.
properly?
c Re-insert the paper tray firmly straight in
to the end.
There are white
lines or dots on the
printed pictures.
c The print head or paper path may be
soiled. Use the supplied cleaning cartridge
and sheet to clean the head and path.
The whole area of
an image cannot
be printed.
—
The picture is too
bright, dark,
reddish, yellowish,
or greenish.
The Edit menu
cannot be used.
—
c You can adjust the image.
(.“Adjusting an image” on page 21)
• Did you enlarge, reduce the c You cannot use the Edit menu after
size of, rotate, or move an
performing Red-eye Correction with the
image after performing Redbutton. Select the Edit menu and
eye Correction with the
perform these editorial operations first,
button?
and then perform Red-eye Correction.
Settings
Symptom
Check
Cause/Solutions
The Borders/
Borderless setting
does not take
effect.
• Are you using the Layout
Print menu?
c In the Layout Print menu, templates are
used and you cannot select Borders/
Borderless Print.
Troubleshooting
Continued
53 GB
Others
Symptom
Check
Cause/Solutions
You cannot insert
the ink ribbon
smoothly.
—
The ink ribbon
cannot be
removed.
54 GB
—
c If the ink ribbon does not click into place,
remove it and then re-insert it. Only when
the ink ribbon is too slack to be loaded,
wind the ink ribbon in the direction of the
arrow to remove the slack. (.page 9)
c Turn off the printer using the 1 (on/
standby) button and then turn it on again.
After the motor sound stops, try to remove
the ink ribbon. If this does not solve the
problem, contact Sony service facilities or
your Sony dealer.
Connecting with a digital camera or other external device
Symptom
Check
Cause/Solutions
The PictBridge
• Is the digital camera
c Connect the cable correctly.
mark does not
connected correctly?
appear on the LCD • Is the 1 (on/standby) button c Turn on the 1 (on/standby) button.
screen of the
turned on?
digital camera.
• Does your digital camera
c See the manual supplied with your
support PictBridge?
camera, or consult with the manufacturer.
—
c Is a memory card inserted in a slot of the
printer? If there is a memory card inserted,
remove it.
• Is the USB setting of your
c Set the USB setting of your camera to the
camera in PictBridge mode?
PictBridge mode.
You connect and
disconnect the
USB cable, but
nothing happens.
You cannot stop
printing even if
you pressed
CANCEL.
You cannot make
Index prints
—
c The printer has developed an over-current
error. Unplug the AC power cord of the
printer, plug it in again, and then press the
1 (on/standby) button to recover from the
error.
—
c The next print from the one currently
printed will be canceled.
c Depending on the digital camera you are
using, you cannot cancel printing from the
printer. Operate the digital camera to stop
printing. Refer to the operating
instructions of the digital camera.
—
c The printer cannot print Index prints
during DPOF printing. To make Index
prints, insert the memory card directly
(.page 25).
Troubleshooting
Continued
55 GB
Connecting with a computer
Symptom
The images on the
memory card or a
USB memory
inserted in the
printer are not
displayed on the
PC.
You lost the
supplied CD-ROM
and want to obtain
a new one.
The printer driver
cannot be
installed.
Check
Cause/Solutions
c The printer does not provide a function for
viewing the memory card or a USB
memory images from the printer.
—
—
• Are you sure that you have
followed the installation
procedures correctly?
c Follow the procedures in the operating
instructions to install the driver
(.page 35). If an error occurs, restart
your computer and perform the
installation procedures again.
• Is another application
program running?
c Exit all applications and then install the
driver again.
• Did you specify the
CD-ROM as the installation
CD-ROM correctly?
c Double-click My Computer and then the
CD-ROM icon in the open window.
Follow the procedures in the operating
instructions to install the driver.
—
56 GB
c Please download the printer driver from
the Customer support home page
(.page 65). Or contact your Sony
dealer.
c The USB driver may not be installed
properly. Follow the operating
instructions to install the USB driver
again.
• Is there an anti-virus
program or other program
running on the system?
c If there is an anti-virus program or other
program running on the system, exit it and
then start installing the driver.
• Did you log on using an
Administrator user account?
c To install the driver, you must log onto
Windows using an Administrator user
account.
Symptom
Check
Cause/Solutions
The printer does
not respond to the
printing order
from the PC.
—
An image is
printed with
borders even if I
select
“Borderless”.
The print quantity
specified in “Pages
Per Sheet” on the
“Layout” tab of
the “Sony DPPFP65/FP75
Properties” dialog
box does not
match the actual
print quantity and
printed results.
c When using an application other than the
Picture Motion Browser, an image might
be printed with Borders even if you select
Borderless Print.
If you can set Borders/Borderless with an
application, set an image to be printed
fully in the print range even if it is printed
over the range.
c Depending on the application you are
using. the print quantity setting of the
application may have priority over the
setting specified in the printer driver
dialog box.
—
—
c Since the process used in printing an
image from a memory card differs from
that used in printing from a PC, the colors
may not be exactly identical.
57 GB
Troubleshooting
Colors of the
printed image
from a PC are
different from
those printed from
a memory card.
• Are you using an software
application other than
Picture Motion Browser?
c If there is no trouble displayed on the
Windows desktop, check the printer’s
LCD screen.
If the printer shows trouble, do the
following:
1. Turn off the 1 (on/standby) button of
the printer.
2. Disconnect the power cable, wait for 5
to 10 seconds, and then connect the
cable again.
3. Restart your computer.
If these do not solve the problem, consult
your Sony dealer or service facilities.
If paper jams
1
Turn off the power of the printer and
then turn it on again.
Please wait for the print paper to be
ejected automatically.
1 (on/standby)
Print paper
2
3
Remove the ejected print paper
from the printer.
Remove the paper tray and ink
ribbon from the printer and check to
ensure if there is no jammed print
paper inside.
Check to see
if there is
jammed
paper. If there
is, remove it.
Note
If you cannot remove the jammed paper, contact your
Sony dealer.
58 GB
Cleaning
If white lines or period-like dots are printed on
the pictures, use the cleaning cartridge and
cleaning sheet supplied to clean inside the
printer.
Before you start cleaning the printer, please
remove any memory cards, USB memories, or
USB cables from the printer.
1
2
3
4
5
Set the paper tray into the printer
and press PRINT.
The cleaning cartridge and cleaning sheet
will clean inside the printer. After the
cleaning is finished, the cleaning sheet is
automatically ejected.
6
Remove the cleaning cartridge and
sheet from the printer.
Tip
Keep the cleaning cartridge and cleaning sheet
together for future cleanings.
Open the ink ribbon compartment
door and if there is an ink ribbon
inserted, remove it.
Insert the supplied cleaning
cartridge into the printer and close
the ink ribbon compartment door.
Notes
• If you already enjoy proper printing performances,
cleaning will not improve the printed picture
quality.
• Do not place the cleaning sheet on top of print
paper and carry out cleaning, as this may cause a
paper jam or other troubles.
• If a cleaning does not improve printed picture
quality, please carry out the cleaning process a
couple of times.
• You cannot clean the printer while it is connected
to a PC or a PictBridge camera.
Remove the paper tray from the
printer. If there is print paper in the
tray, remove it.
Place the cleaning sheet into the
paper tray with the no-imprint side
facing up.
Troubleshooting
Surface without
imprints
59 GB
Additional information
Precautions
On safety
• Be careful not to set or drop any heavy
objects on the power cord, or to damage the
power cord in any way. Never operate this
printer with a damaged power cord.
• Should any solid object or liquid fall into the
cabinet, unplug the printer and have it
checked by qualified personnel before
operating it any further.
• Never disassemble the printer.
• To disconnect the power cord, pull it out by
the plug. Never pull the power cord itself.
• When the printer is not going to be used for
an extended period of time, disconnect the
power cord from the wall outlet.
• Do not handle the printer roughly.
• To reduce the risk of electrical shock, always
unplug the printer from the electrical outlet
before cleaning and servicing the printer.
On installation
• Avoid placing the printer in a location
subject to:
– vibration
– humidity
– excessive dust
– direct sunlight
– extremely high or low temperatures
• Do not use electrical equipment near the
printer. The printer will not work properly in
electromagnetic fields.
• Do not place heavy objects on the printer.
• Leave enough room around the printer so
that the ventilation holes are not blocked.
Blocking these holes may cause internal heat
build-up.
60 GB
On the AC adaptor
• Be sure to use the AC adaptor supplied with
the printer. Do not use other AC adaptors, as
this may cause a malfunction.
• Do not use the supplied AC adaptor for other
devices.
• In case the cord of the AC adaptor is
damaged, do not use it any longer, as this
may be dangerous.
On moisture condensation
If the printer is brought directly from a cold
location to a warm location or placed in an
extremely warm or humid room, moisture may
condense inside the unit. In such cases the
printer will probably not work properly and
may even develop a fault if you persist in using
it. If moisture condensation occurs, unplug the
AC power cord of the printer and do not use the
printer for at least one hour.
On transport
When you transport the printer, remove the ink
ribbon, paper tray, AC adaptor, the memory
card, or a USB memory from the printer and
put the printer and its peripherals in the original
box with the protective packaging.
If you no longer have the original box and
packing parts, use similar packing material so
that the printer will not be damaged while
being transported.
On cleaning
Clean the cabinet, panel, and controls with a
soft dry cloth, or a soft cloth lightly moistened
with a mild detergent solution. Do not use any
type of solvent, such as alcohol or benzine,
which may damage the finish.
On restrictions on duplication
When duplicating documents with the printer,
pay special attention to the following:
• Duplication of banknotes, coins, or securities
is against the law.
• Duplication of blank certificates, licenses,
passports, private securities, or unused postal
stamps is also against the law.
• TV programs, films, video tapes, portraits of
other people or other materials may be
copyrighted. Unauthorized video printing of
such materials may infringe the provisions of
the copyright law.
About the Memory Cards
“Memory Stick”
Types of “Memory Stick” that
the printer can use
With the printer, you can use the following
types of “Memory Stick”*1:
Type of “Memory Stick”
Displaying/
Printing
“Memory Stick”*2
(Not compatible with
“MagicGate”)
OK
“Memory Stick”*2
(“MagicGate” Compatible)
OK*5
“MagicGate Memory Stick”*2
OK*5
“Memory Stick
PRO-HG”*2
OK*5*6
“Memory Stick
PRO”*2
OK*5
“Memory Stick
Micro”*3(“M2”*4)
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
The printer supports FAT32. The printer has been
demonstrated as operable with a “Memory Stick”
with a capacity of 8GB or less manufactured by
Sony Corporation. However, we do not guarantee
the operations of all the “Memory Stick” media.
The printer is equipped with a slot compatible with
both standard-size and Duo-size media. Without a
Memory Stick Duo adaptor, you can use both a
standard-size “Memory Stick” and the compactsize “Memory Stick Duo”.
When using a “Memory Stick Micro” with the
printer, always insert it into an M2 adaptor.
“M2” is an abbreviation for “Memory Stick
Micro”. In this section, “M2” is used to describe
“Memory Stick Micro”.
Data reading that requires “MagicGate” copyright
protection cannot be performed. “MagicGate” is
the general name of a copyright protection
technology developed by Sony using
authentication and encryption.
The printer does not support 8 bit parallel data
transfer.
Continued
61 GB
Additional information
*6
OK*5
Notes on use
• For the latest information on the “Memory
Stick” types that the printer supports, see the
“Memory Stick” compatibility information
on the Sony web site:
http://www.memorystick.com/en/support/
support.html
(Select the area where you use your printer,
and then select “Digital Printer” from each
area page.)
• Do not insert more than one “Memory Stick”
at the same time, which may cause trouble
with the printer.
• If you insert a “Memory Stick Micro” into
the printer without an “M2” adaptor, you
may be unable to remove the “Memory Stick
Micro”.
• If you insert a “Memory Stick Micro” into an
“M2” adaptor, and insert the “M2” adaptor
into a “Memory Stick Duo” adaptor, the
printer may not operate properly.
• When you format a “Memory Stick”, use the
format function of your digital camera. If
you format a “Memory Stick” with your
computer, images may not be displayed
properly.
• When you format a “Memory Stick”, all the
data including protected image files will be
erased. To avoid erasing important data by
accident, make sure to check the contents of
the “Memory Stick” before formatting.
Connector
to attach it to the labelling position. Be
careful that the label does not stick out.
SD Memory Card
The SD Memory Card slot of the printer allows
you to use the following:
• SD memory card*1
• miniSD card, microSD card
(An adaptor is necessary.)*2
• SDHC memory card*2
• MMC standard memory card*3
We do not guarantee proper operations for all
types of SD memory cards and MMC standard
memory cards.
*1
*2
*3
Notes on use
Data reading that requires copyright protection cannot
be performed.
xD-Picture Card
With the xD-Picture Card slot of the printer,
you can use an xD-Picture Card*5. Not all the
memory card operations are supported and we
do not guarantee proper operations for all types
of xD-Picture Card.
*5
Place the label here.
• Do not attach any other material than the
supplied label on the labelling position.
When you attach the supplied label, be sure
62 GB
The printer has been demonstrated as operable
with an SD Memory Card with a capacity of 2 GB
or smaller.
The printer has been demonstrated as operable
with an SDHC card with a capacity of 8 GB or
less.
The printer has been demonstrated as operable
with an MMC standard memory card with a
capacity of 2 GB or less.
The printer has been demonstrated as operable
with an xD-Picture Card with a capacity of 2 GB
or less.
Notes on using a memory card
• The printer cannot write, delete, or format on
a memory card.
• When using a card, make sure to check the
correct insertion direction of the card and the
correct insertion slot.
• Do not remove a card or turn off the printer
while the printer is reading or accessing data,
or the access indicator is flashing.
Otherwise, data may be rendered unreadable
or erased.
• We recommend that you save a backup of
important data.
• Data processed with the computer may not
be printed with the printer.
• When you carry or store a card, put it in the
case supplied with it.
• Do not touch the terminal of a card with your
hand or a metal object.
• Do not strike, bends or drop a card.
• Do not disassemble or modify a card.
• Do not expose a card to water.
• Do not use or store a card under the
following conditions:
– Locations beyond the required operational
conditions including locations such as the
hot interior of a car parked in the sun and/
or in the summer, the outdoors exposed to
direct sunlight, or a place near a heater.
– Humid locations or locations with
corrosive substances present
– Locations subject to static electricity or
electrical noises
Specifications
x Printer
Printing method
Dye sublimation printing (Yellow/
Magenta/Cyan 3 pass)
Resolution
300 (H) × 300 (V) dpi
Image processing per dot
256 levels of processing (8 bits each for
Yellow/Magenta/Cyan)
Printing range
1 800 dots x 1 200 dots
Printing size
P (Post Card/4 × 6 inch) size:
101.6 × 152.4 mm (maximum,
borderless)
Printing time (per sheet)
Memory card*1*2*3*4 : Approx. 63 sec.
PictBridge*3*5: Approx. 63 sec.
Via PC*6: Approx. 60 sec.
Input/Output connectors
USB (Full Speed) for PC connection
PictBridge/EXT INTERFACE connector
Slots
“Memory Stick” slot
SD Memory Card slot
xD-Picture Card slot
Compatible image file formats
JPEG: DCF 2.0 compatible, Exif 2.21
compatible, JFIF*7
TIFF: Exif 2.21 compatible
BMP*8: 1, 4, 8, 16, 24, 32 bit Windows
format
Continued
63 GB
Additional information
Some image file formats are not
compatible.
Maximum number of pixels that can be
handled
8 000(H) × 6 000(V) dots (Excluding
Index Print)
File system
FAT12/16/32
Image file name
DCF format, 8.3 format, less than 6th or
higher hierarchy
Maximum number of files that can be
handled
999 files for a memory card/a USB
memory
Ink ribbon/Print Paper
See the supplied “About the Print Packs”.
LCD screen
LCD panel:
DPP-FP65: 6.0 cm (2.4 type) TFT drive
DPP-FP75: 8.8 cm (3.5 type) TFT drive
Total number of dots:
DPP-FP65: 112 320 (480 × 234) dots
DPP-FP75: 230 400 (320 RGB × 240)
dots
Power requirements
DC IN jack,
24 V
Power consumption
While printing: 72 W (maximum)
On standby mode: less than 1W
Operating temperature
5 °C to 35 °C (41 °F to 95 °F)
Dimensions
[DPP-FP65]
Height: Approx. 65 mm (2 5/8 inches)
Approx. 72 mm (2 7/8 inches)
(including LCD projecting parts)
Width: Approx. 180 mm (7 1/8 inches)
Depth: Approx. 137 mm (5 1/2 inches)
Approx. 148.5 mm (5 7/8 inches)
(including the handle)
[DPP-FP75]
Height: Approx. 66.8 mm (2 3/4 inches)
Width: Approx. 180 mm (7 1/8 inches)
Depth: Approx. 137 mm (5 1/2 inches)
Approx. 148.5 mm (5 7/8 inches)
(including the handle)
Depth when the paper tray is installed:
Approx. 316 mm (12 1/2 inches) longer
than the above depth.
64 GB
Mass
DPP-FP65: Approx. 1.0 kg (2 lb 4 oz)
DPP-FP75: Approx. 1.1 kg (2 lb 7 oz)
(excluding the paper tray, ink ribbon, AC
adaptor)
Supplied accessories
See page 9 of “Operating Instructions”
(this booklet)
x AC adaptor AC-S2416
Power requirements
- 100 V to 240 V, 50/60 Hz, 1.2 A MAX
Rated output voltage
24 V, 1.6 A (Peak 3.0A, 9.2 s)
Operating temperature
5 °C to 35 °C (41 °F to 95 °F)
Dimensions
Approx. 60 × 30.5 × 122 mm
(2 3/8 × 1 1/4 × 4 7/8 inches) (w/h/d,
excluding protruding parts and cables)
Mass
Approx. 300 g (11 oz)
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
* The total number of sheets of P size print paper
that the printer can print is estimated to be
approximately 2,000. For the total number of
sheets printed, please check “Printer information
display” of the “Print setup” menu, by pressing the
MENU button (page 29).
*1
: Print Settings: Borderless, No date print
: When printing a photo (4.4 MB file size) taken by
a Sony digital still camera containing effective
picture elements of approximately 12,100,000
pixels or equivalent.
*3: Time required from when the PRINT button is
pressed to when printing is finished. (The printing
time may vary depending on the equipment used,
the size and format of image data, type of memory
card, the settings of an application and operating
conditions.)
*4
: When printing from a “Memory Stick PRO Duo”
inserted in the printer’s slot
*5
: Time from when the PRINT button on the OSD of
a DSC-W200 digital camera, connected by a USB
cable, is pressed to when the printing is finished,
while printing via the camera.
*2
*6
: The time for data processing and transferring is
excluded.
*7
: Baseline JPEG with 4:4:4, 4:2:2, or 4:2:0 format
*8
: You cannot print using the Picture Motion
Browser.
Customer support home page
The latest support information is available at the
following home page address:
http://www.sony.net/
Printing range
P size
152.4 mm/6 inches (1 800 dots)
95.5 mm/
3 7/8 inches
(1 128 dots)
101.6 mm/
4 inches
(1 200 dots)
146.3 mm/5 7/8 inches (1 728 dots)
Borders print range
Borderless Print range
Perforations
The above illustrations are those when an image with a 2:3 aspect ratio is printed.
The printing range differs for a border or a borderless print.
Additional information
65 GB
Glossary
DCF (Design rule for Camera File
system)
This printer conforms to the DCF (Design
rule for Camera File system) standard
established by JEITA (Japan Electronics and
Information Technology Industries
Association) to maintain file exchangeability
and compatibility between digital cameras
and related products. Complete
exchangeability and compatibility, however,
are not guaranteed.
DPOF (Digital Print Order Format)
The format used to record the information
necessary for automatically printing images
shot by a digital camera at a printing shop or
with a home-use printer. The printer supports
DPOF printing and can automatically print
the preset number of copies of the DPOF
preset images.
Exif 2.21 (Exif Print)
Exif (Exchangeable image file format for
digital cameras) Print is a global standard for
digital photo printing. A digital camera
supporting Exif Print stores the data relevant
to the conditions of shooting as each shot is
taken.
“Memory Stick”/SD Memory Card/xDPicture Card
Compact, light, removable storage media.
For details see pages 61 to 63.
66 GB
PictBridge
A standard specified by the Camera &
Imaging Products Association that allows
you to connect a PictBridge-complaint
digital camera directly to the printer without
a PC, enabling direct printing on the spot.
Thumbnails
Miniature images for representing the
original images that are stored in the image
files taken by a digital camera. The printer
uses thumbnails in the image list.
Index
A
AC power source 12
Adjusting an image 21
B
Batch Print 25
Bluetooth device 32
Borders/Borderless print 26,
42
Brightness 22
C
Cleaning 59
Color settings 28
Connecting
AC power source 12
Bluetooth device 32
Digital camera 31, 32
External device 31, 32
PC 36
D
Date Print 26
DC IN 24 V 12
DPOF 13, 25
E
F
Front panel 7
H
Handle 8
Icons 15
ID photo 24
Image data display 13
Image preview 13
Index Print 25
Index View 14
Input indications 13
Inserting a memory card 16
Inserting an ink ribbon 9
Inserting the print paper 10
Installing
Picture Motion Browser
38
Printer driver 35
L
Layout print 23
LCD screen 8
LCD screen display 13
M
Memory Stick
Notes on use 62
Types 61
Moving an image 21
Print All 25
Print quantity 13, 14, 16, 22
Printer information display
29
Printing
a memory card image 16
Edited image 22
Enlarged image 17
From a Bluetooth device
32
From a commercially
available application 44
From a PC 34
From a PictBridge camera
31, 32
From an external device
33
ID photo 24
Layout print 23
Multiple images at one
time 25
Using the Picture Motion
Browser 39
Printing range 65
R
On/standby button16, 30,
31, 32, 36
On-screen Display 13, 27
Orientation 41
Rear panel 8
Red-eye correction 20
Registering a browsing
folder 43
Resetting operations 22
Rotating an image 21
P
S
Paper jams 58
Parts and controls 7
PictBridge camera 31, 32
PictBridge/EXT
INTERFACE 30, 31, 32
Picture Motion Browser 39
Precautions 60
Preview 13
Saturation 22
Screen indications 13
SD Memory Card
Notes on use 62
Types 62
Setting the print quantity 16
Sharpness 22
Specifications 63
O
Continued
67 GB
Additional information
Editing an image 21
Ejecting a memory card 16
Enlarging and reducing an
image size 14, 21
Error messages 45
Exiting the menu 23
External device 31, 32
I
Stopping printing 43
Supplied accessories 9
Switching the screen display
14
System requirement 34
T
Tint 22
Trimming Print 17
Troubleshooting 48
U
Uninstalling
Picture Motion Browser
39
Printer driver 37
USB memory 30
V
Various printing 18
X
xD-Picture Card
Notes on use 62
Types 62
Z
Zooming in/out 14, 21
68 GB
Printed using VOC (Volatile
Organic Compound)-free
vegetable oil based ink.
Sony Corporation
Printed in China
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising