Canon SELPHY CP1300, 2234C001 User guide

Canon SELPHY CP1300, 2234C001 User guide
Printer User Guide
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• Make sure you read this guide, including the “Safety Instructions” (= 5)
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© CANON INC. 2017
CT0-D148-A
Package Contents
Before use, make sure the following items are included in the package.
If anything is missing, contact the retailer where you purchased the
printer.
□ SELPHY Printer
□ Compact Power Adapter
CA-CP200 B
□ Power Cord
□ Paper Cassette
PCP-CP400
• Printed matter is also included.
• Purchase a Color Ink / Paper Set separately.
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Ink and Paper (Sold Separately)
• For best performance and easier printing, use genuine Canon Color Ink
/ Paper Sets for SELPHY CP printers.
• This printer cannot use ink, paper, or postcards for the SELPHY ES
series.
• Accessory availability varies by region.
Color Ink / Paper Set
Product Name
Paper Size
Color Ink / Paper Set
KP-36IP (Postcard)
Color Ink / Paper Set
RP-54 (Photo Paper)
Color Ink / Paper Set
Postcard Size
RP-108 (Photo Paper)
Color Ink / Paper Set
RP-1080V (Photo Paper)
Color Ink / Paper Set
KP-108IN (Photo Paper)
Color Ink / Paper Set
L Size
KL-36IP
Color Ink / Paper Set
KC-36IP
Color Ink / Label Set
KC-18IF (Full-Page Label)
Card Size
Color Ink / Label Set
KC-18IL (8 Labels per Page)
Color Ink / Label Set
KC-18IS (Square Labels)
* Purchase with the Color Ink / Paper Set.
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Number of
Possible Prints
Necessary Paper
Cassette
36
54
108
1080
Paper Cassette
PCP-CP400
(included with
SELPHY)
108
36
Paper Cassette
PCPL-CP400*
36
18
18
18
Paper Cassette
PCC-CP400*
Before Use
• Images printed with this product are to be used for personal enjoyment.
Unauthorized printing of copyrighted material is prohibited.
• The printer warranty is valid only in the country or area of purchase. In
case of printer problems while abroad, return to the area of purchase
before contacting a Customer Support Help Desk.
• Although the monitor is produced under extremely high-precision
manufacturing conditions and more than 99.99% of the pixels meet
design specifications, in rare cases some pixels may be defective or
may appear as red or black dots. This does not constitute a malfunction
or affect printed images.
• The monitor may be covered with a thin plastic film for protection
against scratches during shipment. If so, remove the film before use.
Conventions in This Guide
• In this guide, the product is referred to as “SELPHY” or “the printer.”
• Icons are used in this guide to represent buttons on SELPHY. Refer to
“Controls” (= 13) for details.
• On-screen text or icons are shown in square brackets, as in [ ].
• : Important information you should know
• : Notes and tips for expert use
• =xx: Pages with related information (In this example, “xx” represents a
page number.)
• Instructions in this guide apply to the printer under default settings.
• For convenience, all supported memory cards are simply referred to as
“memory card”.
• For convenience in this guide, smartphones, tablets, and other
compatible devices are collectively referred to as “smartphones”.
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Safety Instructions
• Be sure to read these instructions in order to operate the product safely.
• Follow these instructions to prevent injury or harm to the operator of the
product or others.
WARNING Denotes the risk of serious injury or death.
• Use only power sources specified in this instruction manual for
use with the product.
• Do not disassemble or modify the product.
• Do not expose the product to strong shocks or vibration.
• Do not touch any exposed internal parts.
• Stop using the product in any case of unusual circumstances such
as the presence of smoke or a strange smell.
• Do not use organic solvents such as alcohol, benzine or paint
thinner to clean the product.
• Do not get the product wet. Do not insert foreign objects or liquids
into the product.
• Do not use the product where flammable gases may be present.
This may cause electric shock, explosion or fire.
• Do not touch the product connected to a power outlet during
lightning storms.
This may cause electric shock.
• Periodically remove any dust buildup from the power plug and
power outlet using a dry cloth.
• Do not plug in or unplug the product with wet hands.
• Do not use the product if the power plug is not fully inserted into
the power outlet.
• Do not expose the power plug and terminals to dirt or let them
come into contact with metallic pins or other metal objects.
• Do not touch the battery charger or AC adapter connected to a
power outlet during lightning storms.
• Do not place heavy objects on the power cord. Do not damage,
break or modify the power cord.
• Do not wrap the product in cloth or other materials when in use or
shortly after use when the product is still warm in temperature.
• Do not leave the product connected to a power source for long
periods of time.
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• Do not charge batteries/battery packs at temperatures outside the
range of 5 – 40 °C (41 – 104 °F).
This may cause electric shock, explosion or fire.
• Follow any indications to turn off the product in places where its
use is forbidden.
Not doing so may cause other equipment to malfunction due to the effect
of electromagnetic waves and even result in accidents.
CAUTION Denotes the risk of injury.
• Do not touch any parts inside the product.
This may cause injury.
• Avoid using, placing, or storing the product in the following places:
-Places subject to direct sunlight
-Places subject to temperatures above 40 °C (104 °F)
-Humid or dusty places
-Places subject to strong vibration
This may cause overheating of or damage to the printer or adapter, which
may result in electric shock, burns or other injury, or fire.
High temperature may deform the product or adapters.
CAUTION
Denotes the possibility of property damage.
• Unplug the product from the power outlet when you are not using
it.
• Do not place anything, such as cloth, on top of the product while in
use.
Leaving the product plugged in for a long period of time may cause it to
overheat and distort, resulting in fire.
• Never reuse paper for printing, even if most of the paper is blank.
Reusing paper may damage the printer if paper jams or the ink sheet
adheres to the paper.
• Do not unplug the printer while it is printing.
If you accidentally turn the printer off while printing, restart it and wait
until the paper is ejected. If paper jams and cannot be removed, contact
your retailer or a Customer Support Help Desk. Do not attempt to remove
jammed paper by force, which may damage the printer.
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• Do not use the printer near motors or other devices that
generate strong magnetic fields, near TVs or radios, or in dusty
environments.
This may damage the printer or cause malfunction.
• Do not raise the monitor excessively.
The screen can be raised to about 45°. Attempting to raise it further may
damage it.
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Fun and Useful SELPHY Features
Available when
printing from
memory cards or
USB flash drives
Available when
printing from
smartphones
Available when
printing from
cameras
Printing in mixed layouts on one sheet
Index (= 30)
Shuffle (= 33)
2-up fixed size print
(= 29)
1, 2, 4, 8-up (= 41)
2x6 inch print (= 27)
Adding the date (= 43, = 45)
Making ID photos (= 37)
02/02/2017
Adding the image file number (= 43)
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Adding a border (= 40)
Adjusting image appearance
(= 41)
*
* May not be possible with some images or from some apps
Printing specific parts of
images (= 26)
Printing from a smartphone
(= 46)
Printing images on multiple smartphones together (= 35)
Printing from a computer
Printing from a camera
Wi-Fi connection (= 55)
Wi-Fi connection (= 46)
USB connection (= 64)
USB connection (= 67)
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Table of Contents
Package Contents......................... 2
Ink and Paper (Sold Separately)... 3
Before Use...................................... 4
Conventions in This Guide........... 4
Safety Instructions........................ 5
Fun and Useful SELPHY
Features......................................... 8
Table of Contents........................ 10
Choosing Where to Place
SELPHY........................................11
Part Names................................... 12
Features of [Setup]...................... 39
Print Settings..................................... 39
Printer Setup..................................... 44
Printing Wirelessly from
Smartphones or Cameras.......... 46
Setting up Wi-Fi on SELPHY............. 46
Printing from a Smartphone.............. 48
Printing from a Camera..................... 51
Subsequent Printing.......................... 52
Other Wi-Fi Features......................... 53
Printing via Wi-Fi from
a Computer.................................. 55
Connecting the Printer to the
Access Point...................................... 55
Printing Images (Windows)............... 60
Printing Images (Mac OS)................. 62
Controls............................................. 13
Home Screen Menus......................... 14
Image Selection Screen.................... 15
Initial Preparations...................... 16
Printing via USB from
a Computer.................................. 64
Loading the Ink Cassette................... 16
Loading the Paper Cassette.............. 17
Turning the Printer On....................... 20
Printing Images (Windows)............... 64
Printing Images (Mac OS)................. 66
Display Language........................ 21
Supported Memory Cards........... 22
Printing via USB from
a Camera..................................... 67
Troubleshooting.......................... 68
USB Flash Drives.............................. 22
Images You Can Print........................ 22
Power................................................ 68
Screen............................................... 68
Printing.............................................. 68
Paper................................................. 70
Wi-Fi.................................................. 71
Error Messages................................. 73
Selecting and Printing Images
(Basic Printing)........................... 23
Options.............................................. 25
Features of
[More Print Options]................... 27
2x6 Inch Print.................................... 27
2-Up Fixed Size Print........................ 29
Index Print......................................... 30
DPOF Print........................................ 31
Reprint............................................... 32
Appendix...................................... 74
Printing without a Power Outlet......... 74
Storing Prints..................................... 76
After Printing...................................... 76
Specifications.................................... 77
Handling and Maintenance................ 80
Wi-Fi (Wireless LAN) Precautions..... 82
Features of [Shuffle Print].......... 33
Printing Images on Memory Cards.... 33
Printing Images on Smartphones...... 35
Features of [ID Photo]................. 37
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Choosing Where to Place SELPHY
zzPlace
the printer on a table or other flat,
stable surface. Never place the printer on
an unstable or tilted surface.
zzLeave some space open behind SELPHY
for paper to emerge temporarily during
printing.
More than
length of
paper
Minimum
10 cm
(4 in.)
Minimum
10 cm (4 in.)
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Part Names
Monitor
Memory Card Slot (= 23)
Ink Cassette Lock (= 24)
Ink Cassette Compartment
(= 16)
Ink Cassette Compartment
Cover (= 16)
Paper Cassette
Compartment (= 17)
Paper Cassette Compartment
Cover (= 17)
Camera / Flash Drive
USB Port (= 22, 67)
Computer USB Port (= 65)
Battery Pack / Battery Cover
Removal Switch (= 74)
Battery Pack Mounting
Cover (= 74)
DC IN (Power Input)
Terminal (= 20)
Air Vent (= 80)
Security Slot*
Paper Ejection Slot
* Security cables, such as a Kensington lock, can be attached to this slot.
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Controls
Icons in This
Guide
Name
Function
Monitor
Displays images, setting screens, or error messages
(= 73)
Can be raised about 45°
<q>
Power button
Turns SELPHY on or off (= 20)
< >
Home button
Displays the Home screen (= 14)
–
<n> Menu button
<
>
<o>
<u>
Displays the Options screen and rotates the crop frame
Wi-Fi button
Activates/deactivates Wi-Fi and shows devices to
connect to (= 52)
OK button
Confirms the selected item
Up/+ button
<d>
Specifies the number of prints or selects setting items
Down/- button Hold down to increase or decrease by 5
<l>
Left button
<->
Switches images, changes setting values
Hold down to jump forward or back by 5 images, if
Right button
there are more than 5 images
Zooms in, switches display modes, or enlarges the crop
Enlarge button
frame
<0>
Reduce button Switches display modes, reduces the crop frame
<v>
Back button
Restores the previous screen, cancels printing
(= 24)
<p>
Print button
Starts printing (= 23)
<r>
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Home Screen Menus
Press the < > button to display the Home screen.
Select & Print
More print options
Shuffle print
ID Photo
Wi-Fi settings
Setup
Select images, specify the number of prints, and print.
Print in a variety of ways, such as printing an index or
reprinting previously printed images.
Print images from a memory card or smartphone together at
automatically selected sizes.
Print ID photos for passports or other documents.
Set up a Wi-Fi connection.
Set up printing or other printer operation.
Press the <u><d><l><r> buttons to select a menu, and then press the <o>
button.
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Image Selection Screen
This is the [Select & Print] image selection screen on the Home screen.
Image selection screens for other menus differ slightly.
File number
Shooting date of
current image
Example of layout
Shaded when images are selected
(except for shuffle print)
Prints of the current
image
Total number of prints
Screen when the <n>
button is pressed
Screen when the <o>
button is pressed
Switching Display Modes
To zoom in, press the <-> button. The print area is outlined. Press the
<0> button to view nine images at once.
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Initial Preparations
Prepare ink and paper cassettes for how you will print (= 3).
Loading the Ink Cassette
Size label
1 Check the ink cassette size.
zzMake
sure the size of the ink cassette
matches the size of paper you will use.
2 Open the ink cassette
compartment cover.
3 Load the ink cassette.
zzInsert
the ink cassette into the printer in
the direction of the arrow on the cassette
until it clicks into place.
zzClose
cover.
the ink cassette compartment
• Do not touch the ink sheet.
• Avoid getting dust on the ink sheet.
• Do not reuse ink cassettes.
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• If the ink sheet is loose, turn the sprocket gently
to tighten it.
• For an ink cassette that has a lock on the bottom,
press the lock (as shown) to release it as you
turn the sprocket to make the sheet taut.
Ink sheet
Loading the Paper Cassette
1 Open the covers.
zzThere
are two layers of covers. First open
the outer cover ( ), and then the inner
cover ( ).
2 Load the paper.
Glossy
side
zzRemove
the paper cassette paper from
the bag, remove any protective sheets
from the paper, and load all paper
(18 sheets) in the paper cassette.
zzLoading 19 or more sheets may damage
the printer or cause malfunction.
zzHolding the paper as shown, load it with
the glossy side up.
zzWhen
using Paper Cassette PCPLCP400 to print on postcard-size paper,
remove the adapter as shown before
loading the paper.
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zzWhen
making postcard prints with space
for a stamp, load the paper with the stamp
area facing as shown.
3 Close the inner cover.
zzClose
the inner cover firmly until it clicks
into place.
zzLeave the outer cover open when printing.
4 Open the paper cassette
compartment cover.
5 Load the paper cassette.
zzMaking
sure the outer cover is open
(= 17), insert the paper cassette all the
way into the compartment. (It slides about
2 cm (0.8 in.) into the compartment.)
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• Never do the following, which may damage the printer or cause malfunction.
- Loading paper upside-down, with the glossy and back sides reversed
- Bending or separating paper at the perforations before printing
- Using label paper whose upper label surface is peeling off or has been
partially pulled up
- Writing on paper before printing
- Reusing paper, as by printing on blank areas (= 6)
• Do not touch the springs on the paper cassette.
Accidentally bending the springs may prevent
efficient paper feeding.
• Note that one spring is attached in the center on
the top of card-size paper cassettes.
Springs
• Avoid touching or rubbing the glossy, printing side
of the paper. Do not handle paper with wet hands,
and keep paper free of dust. Dirt or moisture may cause banding or affect print
quality, or damage the printer (= 6).
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Turning the Printer On
1 Plug the adapter cord into
SELPHY.
2 Connect the power cord.
3 Turn on SELPHY.
zzHold
down the <q> button until “Canon”
is displayed, and then release the <q>
button.
zzThe Home screen is displayed (= 14).
zzTo
turn off SELPHY, hold the <q> button
again until the screen changes.
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Display Language
Change the language of menus and messages.
1 Choose [Setup], and then press
the <o> button.
zzOn
the Home screen, press the
<u><d><l><r> buttons to select
[Setup], and then press the <o> button.
2 Choose [Printer Setup], and then
press the <o> button.
3 Choose [ Language], and then
press the <o> button.
4 Choose a language.
zzChoose
a language, and then press the
<o> button.
zzPress the < > button to return to the
Home screen.
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Supported Memory Cards
No Adapter Required
• SD Memory Card
• SDHC Memory Card
• SDXC Memory Card
Adapter Required (Sold Separately)
• miniSD Memory Card
• miniSDHC Memory Card
• microSD Memory Card
• microSDHC Memory Card
• microSDXC Memory Card
• For memory cards that require an adapter, always insert the card into the
adapter before inserting the adapter into the card slot.
If you mistakenly insert the memory card into the card slot without an adapter,
you may not be able to remove the card from the printer.
• Use a memory card formatted with the device you shot the photos with. Images
on cards formatted with a computer may not be recognized.
USB Flash Drives
Images on USB flash drives (sold separately) can be printed the same
way as images on memory cards.
zzRemove
any inserted memory cards.
zzInsert a USB flash drive as shown.
Images You Can Print
JPEG images conforming to the Exif standard can be printed with
SELPHY.
• Images may not be displayed or printed correctly if they have been edited on a
computer, or if the long side exceeds 9600 pixels.
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Selecting and Printing Images (Basic
Printing)
Select images on a memory card and print them as follows.
1 Insert the memory card into the
slot.
zzInsert
Label side
the memory card facing as shown
until it clicks into place.
zzTo remove the card, push it in until it
clicks, and then slowly release it.
zzThe [Select & Print] image selection
screen is displayed.
2 Choose an image.
zzPress
the <l><r> buttons to select an
image to print.
3 Choose the number of prints.
zzPress
the <u><d> buttons to specify
the number of prints.
zzTo print other images at the same time,
repeat steps 2 – 3.
zzPress
the <o> button. The [Preview]
screen is displayed. To adjust the settings
displayed, press the <n> button and
change the settings on the [Print settings]
screen (= 39).
4 Print.
zzPress
the <p> button to start printing.
zzWhile printing, paper passes in and out
of the back of SELPHY several times.
Do not touch the paper until printing is
finished and the print is ejected onto the
paper cassette.
zzDo not allow 19 or more prints to collect in
the ejection area on the paper cassette.
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5 Add more paper as needed.
zzIf
a message indicates that the paper
has run out, remove the paper cassette
without turning off the power.
zzAdd more paper to the cassette and
reinsert the cassette in SELPHY
(= 17).
6 Change the ink cassette as
needed.
zzIf
a message indicates that the ink
has run out, open the ink cassette
compartment cover without turning off the
power.
zzTo remove the ink cassette, move the lock
in the direction shown. Insert a new ink
cassette (= 16).
• Never pull out the paper cassette, open the ink cassette compartment cover,
or remove a memory card while printing or when you hear printer operation
sounds immediately after it has been turned on. This may damage the printer.
• To cancel printing in progress, always press the <v> button. Printing cannot
be canceled by pressing the <q> button, and unplugging the printer may
damage it.
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Options
On the image selection screen, you can view images by date and crop
the selected image.
zzPress
the <n> button on the image
selection screen in step 2.
zzChoose an item, and then press the
<o> button.
zzAll Options menu settings are reset when
you turn off SELPHY or remove the
memory card.
Select all
Selects all images on a memory card or USB flash drive at once (up to
5,000 images). Increases the number of prints of each image by one (for
a total of up to 99 prints).
View by date
To view photos taken on a certain date, choose the date on the screen
for viewing by date. If you have many images, this can help you find ones
you want to print.
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Cropping
Displays a crop frame on the image selection screen. Only the area
inside the crop frame is printed.
1 Adjust the image area to crop.
zzTo
switch the crop frame between portrait
and landscape orientation, press the
<n> button.
zzTo move the crop frame, press the
<u><d><l><r> buttons.
zzTo enlarge the crop frame, press the
<-> button, and to reduce it, press the
<0> button.
2 Confirm the setting.
zzTo
confirm the cropping area and return
to the image display screen, press the
<o> button.
• [Adjust Cropping] in the Options menu enables you to adjust the cropping area,
and [Reset Cropping] resets the cropping setting.
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Features of [More Print Options]
From [More print options] on the Home screen, index printing, reprinting,
and other features are available for images on memory cards or USB
flash drives.
zzInsert
a loaded paper cassette and an ink
cassette in SELPHY (= 16).
zzChoose [More print options], and then
press the <o> button.
2x6 Inch Print
2 in.
6 in.
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
Print two sets of up to four images in a 2x6 in.
area on postcard-size paper.
1 Choose [2x6 inch print], and then
press the <o> button.
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2 Adjust the settings as needed,
and then press the <o> button.
3 Choose images.
zzChoose
up to four images, each with a
quantity of “1.”
zzPress
the <o> button. The [Preview]
screen is displayed.
4 Print.
zzPress
the <p> button to start printing.
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2-Up Fixed Size Print
Two card-size images can be printed together on one L
or postcard-size sheet (= 3).
Cut along the cut marks in the corners to trim to card
size.
1 Choose [2-up fixed size print],
and then press the <o> button.
2 Adjust the settings as needed,
and then press the <o> button.
3 Choose images.
zzChoose
of “1.”
two images, each with a quantity
zzPress
the <o> button. The [Preview]
screen is displayed.
4 Print.
zzPress
the <p> button to start printing.
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Index Print
Index prints include all selected images on one
sheet. The numbers of images per sheet varies
depending on the paper size.
1 Choose [Index print], and then
press the <o> button.
2 Choose images.
zzPressing
the <u> button places a check
mark in the quantity field.
zzPress
the <o> button. The [Preview]
screen is displayed.
3 Print.
zzPress
the <p> button to start printing.
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DPOF Print
Inserting a memory card with printing information set on a camera will
display [DPOF images remain / Print images?]. To review the printing
information set on the camera, press the <o> button.
Print.
zzTo
adjust the settings displayed, press the
<n> button and change the settings
on the [Print settings] screen (= 39).
zzPress the <p> button to print all
designated images at once.
• As long as a memory card with printing information set on the camera is
inserted, you can also display this screen by choosing [DPOF Print] and
pressing the <o> button.
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Reprint
The printer keeps a record of images printed from [Select & Print] and [ID
Photo], as well as [2x6 inch print], [2-up fixed size print], and [Index print]
in [More print options]. Images can be printed again by selecting them
from these records.
1 Choose [Reprint], and then press
the <o> button.
2 Choose an image that was
printed.
zzChoose
an image that was already
printed to print it again.
zzPress
the <o> button. The [Preview]
screen is displayed. Specify the number
of prints, as needed.
3 Print.
zzPress
the <p> button to start printing.
• The print history is erased when you turn off the printer or remove memory
cards or USB flash drives.
• SELPHY stores up to 10 items in the print history.
• A record is created for the data of each sheet printed.
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Features of [Shuffle Print]
Use [Shuffle print] on the Home screen to arrange images in a variety of
sizes on one sheet automatically.
zzLoad
an ink cassette and paper cassette
(with any paper except card size) in
SELPHY (= 16).
• Shuffle printing is not available for images with an aspect ratio narrower than
3:1.
Printing Images on Memory Cards
Use shuffle print for images on memory cards or USB flash drives as
follows.
1 Choose [Shuffle print], and then
press the <o> button.
2 Choose [Print images on memory
card], and then press the <o>
button.
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3 Adjust the settings as needed,
and then press the <o> button.
zzTo
use shuffle print for up to 8 images,
set [Max. Images] to [8], and for 9 – 20
images, set it to [20].
4 Choose images.
zzPressing
the <u> button places a check
mark in the quantity field.
zzPress
the <o> button. The [Preview]
screen is displayed.
zzPress <u>, and you can specify the
number of prints.
5 Print.
zzPress
the <p> button to start printing.
zzPrinting is possible even with fewer
images than the maximum set in [Max.
Images] (8 or 20), and if you choose more
images than this, a second sheet is used
for shuffle printing. In shuffle printing on
two sheets, half of the selected images
are printed on each sheet.
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Printing Images on Smartphones
Use shuffle print to print images via Wi-Fi from smartphones as follows.
Up to 8 images from multiple smartphones can be printed together on a
sheet.
1 Set up a Wi-Fi connection.
zzSet
up a Wi-Fi connection as described in
“Setting up Wi-Fi on SELPHY” (= 46).
2 Choose [Shuffle print] on the
Home screen, and then press the
<o> button.
3 Choose [Print images on
smartphone], and then press the
<o> button.
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4 Adjust the settings as needed,
and then press the <o> button.
zzTo
make one print for each contributing
smartphone, set [Copies] to
[Smartphones].
5 Send images from the
smartphones (= 48).
zzTo
connect to SELPHY, on the
smartphone, select the SSID (network
name) shown at the top of the screen
on SELPHY. Press the <o> button to
display the password.
zzStart Canon PRINT Inkjet/SELPHY,
choose images, and print. SELPHY now
receives the images for shuffle printing.
6 Print.
zzOnce
8 images are received, printing
starts automatically.
zzYou can also start printing before 8
images are received, by pressing the
<p> button.
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Features of [ID Photo]
Images on memory cards or USB flash drives can be printed for use in
photo identification using [ID Photo] on the Home screen.
zzLoad
an ink cassette and paper cassette (with any paper except card
size) in SELPHY (= 16).
1 Choose [ID Photo], and then
press the <o> button.
2 Choose a size.
zzChoose
from these three sizes.
[Custom]
[Standard]
[Dual]
zz[Custom]:
Specify the length of the long and
short sides before printing.
Print a photo that complies with
the international ICAO standard.
Print two sizes: 50x50 mm
(approx. 2.0x2.0 in.) and 45x35
mm (approx. 1.8x1.4 in.).
Select the long side length in
[Long Side], and then select the [Short
Side] length. [Short Side] options are
automatically updated based on [Long
Side] length.
zzOn the [Sizes] screen, you can limit the
sizes listed for [Custom] so that only the
sizes used most often are shown.
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3 Choose an image.
zzPressing
the <u> button places a check
mark in the quantity field.
zzWith [Custom] and [Standard], two
different images can be printed.
zzPress
the <o> button. The [Preview]
screen is displayed.
4 Print.
zzPress
the <p> button to start printing.
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Features of [Setup]
From [Setup] on the Home screen, you can change which print settings
are shown on the [Preview] screen, adjust other SELPHY settings, and
restore default settings.
zzChoose
[Setup], and then press the
<o> button.
Print Settings
Several print settings can be changed. Settings apply to all relevant
printing, so there is no need to complete the settings for each image.
Note that except for [Print dots to prevent re-use], default settings are
restored after you turn off the printer.
1 Choose [Print settings], and then
press the <o> button.
zzThe
screen at left is displayed.
zzThese print settings can also be shown
on the [Preview] screen. (Settings
unavailable for the current printing feature
are grayed-out and cannot be adjusted.)
2 Select an item to change and
press the <o> button.
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Print Finish
Example of finish
[Glossy]
[Pattern 1]
[Pattern 2]
[Pattern 3]
zz
By
adding a subtle texture to the surface of prints, you can create a less
glossy finish.
Glossy (default)
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 3
Prints with a glossy surface finish.
Applies a slightly rough surface pattern, for a less glossy finish.
Applies a fine surface pattern, for a less glossy finish.
Applies a fine grid-like surface pattern, for a less glossy finish.
Borders
zzPrint
images with or without a border.
zzChoosing [Bordered] enables you to print the entire image.
zzBorderless (default) / Bordered
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Page Layout
zzChoose
the number of images per
sheet.
zzWith Color Ink / Label Set KC-18IL
(8 Labels per Page, = 3), specify
[8-up].
1-up (default) One image per sheet
2-up
Two images per sheet
4-up
8-up
Four images per sheet
Eight images per sheet
Background
zzSpecify
the color around images.
zzThe effect of this setting is shown on the [Preview] screen, in the
layout illustration in the upper right.
zzWhite (default) / Black
Image Optimize
zzAutomatically
corrects brightness and contrast to suit each image.
zzOn (default) / Off
Brightness
zzAdjust
image brightness in a range of –3 to +3.
zzChoose larger positive values to make images brighter, or larger
negative values to make them darker.
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Color Adjustment
zzAdjust
the level of red, blue, cyan,
and yellow (R/B/C/Y) in a range of
0 – 3. Increasing the level of R, for
example, decreases the level of C (the
complementary color).
zzPress the <u><d><l><r> buttons to
select a value, and then press the <o>
button to confirm your choice.
My Colors
zzChoose
special color tones to make prints look distinctive, or choose
sepia or black-and-white prints.
Off
(default)
Vivid
Neutral
–
PositiveFilm
Vivid prints with greater
Sepia
contrast and color saturation
Subdued prints with less
B/W
contrast and color saturation
Smooth Skin
zzMake
zzOff
skin appear smooth and beautiful.
(default) / On
Correct Red-Eye
zzCorrect
images affected by red-eye.
zzOff (default) / On
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Saturated, natural colors, as
produced with positive film
Sepia-tone
Black and white
Date
02/02/2017
02/02/2017
zzAdd
camera shooting dates when you print.
zz[Subtle] makes the lettering imperceptible when viewed directly but
visible at an angle.
zzOff (default) / Prominent / Subtle
• To prevent two instances of the date on images already labeled by the camera,
select [Off].
File No.
zzImages
can be printed with their file number.
zz[Subtle] makes the lettering imperceptible when viewed directly but
visible at an angle.
zzOff (default) / Prominent / Subtle
Print dots to prevent re-use
zzPrints
dots in the margin to prevent accidental reuse of paper.
zzOn (default) / Off
• Never reuse paper for printing, even if most of the sheet is blank. This may
damage the printer or cause malfunction.
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Printer Setup
Several settings that control SELPHY operation can also be changed.
The setting is retained even when SELPHY is turned off or memory cards
are removed.
1 Choose [Printer Setup], and then
press the <o> button.
zzThe
screen at left is displayed.
2 Select an item to change and
press the <o> button.
ID Photo Priority
zzDisplays
the ID Photo Settings screen (= 37) automatically after
SELPHY is turned on, when a memory card is inserted, and after
printing.
zzWhen this setting is set to [Off], the [Select & Print] screen (= 23) is
displayed instead.
zzOff (default) / On
Keep Print Settings
zzRetain
Borders (= 40) and Page Layout (= 41) settings even
after the printer is turned off.
zzCan be set separately for Borders and Page Layout.
zzOff (default) / On
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Date Format
02/02/2017
02/02/2017
2017/02/02
2017/02/02
zzWhen
adding the date (= 43), adjust the date format as needed.
zzyyyy/mm/dd, mm/dd/yyyy, or dd/mm/yyyy (default)
Auto Power Down
zzSELPHY
turns off automatically if left idle for about five minutes.
zzOn (default) / Off
• SELPHY does not turn off automatically in these cases.
- When a different device is connected
- When Wi-Fi is enabled
- When an error message is displayed
Language
Change the language of menus and messages (= 21).
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Printing Wirelessly from Smartphones
or Cameras
You can print by sending images from a smartphone or camera via Wi-Fi.
In places without an access point, [Direct Connection] makes SELPHY
operate as a simplified access point for connecting wirelessly and printing
from a smartphone or camera.
zzRemove any inserted memory cards or USB flash drives.
zzInsert a loaded paper cassette and an ink cassette in SELPHY
(= 16).
Setting up Wi-Fi on SELPHY
To print via Wi-Fi from smartphones or cameras, set up Wi-Fi on
SELPHY.
1 Choose [Wi-Fi settings], and then
press the <o> button.
2 Choose [Connection Method],
and then press the <o> button.
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3 Choose [Direct Connection], and
then press the <o> button.
4 Choose [On], and then press the
<o> button.
5 Change the password.
zzThe
current password is displayed.
Change the password as needed, and
then press the <o> button.
zzPress the <n> button to access the
input screen.
zzThe
screen at left is displayed.
zzOnce you complete the Direct Connection
settings, they can be used for subsequent
connections.
• You can also connect SELPHY to a smartphone or camera via an access point
(= 55).
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Printing from a Smartphone
You can print from a smartphone by using a dedicated
app. Printing is also possible via AirPrint or Mopria.
Printing from the Dedicated App
1 Download and install Canon
PRINT Inkjet/SELPHY.
zzFor
an iPhone or iPad, download the
app from the App Store, and for Android
smartphones, download it from Google
Play.
2 Connect to SELPHY from the
smartphone.
zzIn
the smartphone’s Wi-Fi settings, select
the SSID (network name) shown on
SELPHY and enter the password.
3 Print.
zzStart
Canon PRINT Inkjet/SELPHY,
choose images, and print.
zzOnce
printing begins, [Busy] is displayed.
zzDo not disconnect the devices or close
the app while this screen is displayed.
Images may not be printed correctly or
completely.
zzThe
Home screen or screen at left is
displayed when printing is finished.
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Printing via AirPrint (iOS)
You can also print from an iPhone or iPad using AirPrint. Make sure your
version of iOS is up to date.
1 Choose [Print].
zzChoose
an image to print in an app on
your iPhone or iPad (such as a photoviewing app), tap [ ], and in the menu
options displayed, tap [Print].
2 Configure printer options.
zzIn
[Printer], choose [Canon SELPHY
CP1300].
zzSpecify the number of copies.
3 Print.
zzTap
[Print] to print.
• [Printer Options] may not be displayed in step 2, depending on AirPrint
compatibility of the application. If printer options are not available, printing is
not possible from the application.
• To perform another operation while printing is in progress, press the Home
button on your iPhone or iPad twice. The [Print Center] icon is displayed among
recently used apps.
- To check the status:
Tap [Print Center].
- To cancel printing:
Tap [Print Center], and then tap [Cancel Printing].
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Printing via Mopria (Android)
You can print from Android smartphones using the Mopria Print Service.
1 Download and install Mopria
Print Service.
2 Set Mopria Print Service to ON.
3 Open the printing menu.
zzChoose
an image to print in an app on
your Android smartphone (such as a
photo-viewing app), and then open the
printing menu.
4 Set up printing.
zzAs
the printer, select [Canon SELPHY
CP1300].
zzSpecify the number of copies, paper size,
and other details.
5 Print.
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Printing from a Camera
You can print as follows by connecting the printer
to a camera compatible with DPS over IP, the
PictBridge standard for Wi-Fi connections.
1 Connect to SELPHY from the
camera.
zzIn
the camera’s Wi-Fi menu, select the
SSID (network name) shown on SELPHY
and enter the password.
2 Print.
zzUse
the camera to select images and
print.
zzOnce
printing begins, [Busy] is displayed.
not disconnect the devices while this
screen is displayed. Images may not be
printed correctly or completely.
zzDo
zzThe
Home screen or screen at left is
displayed when the camera is no longer
connected.
• Any date or layout settings made on the camera take precedence over print
settings made on SELPHY.
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Subsequent Printing
Once you have set up SELPHY for a direct connection, an SSID is
displayed in the lower right of the Home screen. To print after the first
connection, select this SSID on your smartphone or camera.
Check the password as follows.
1 Press the < > button.
2 Choose [Display Wi-Fi status],
and then press the <o> button.
3 Check the password.
zzPress
the <o> button to display the
password.
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Other Wi-Fi Features
Besides setting up Wi-Fi image reception and printing from [Wi-Fi
settings] on the Home screen, you can also check setting information and
reset Wi-Fi settings.
zzChoose
[Wi-Fi settings], and then press
the <o> button.
zzChoose a feature to set up, and then
press the <o> button.
Wi-Fi
To disable Wi-Fi connections, select [Disable].
Confirm Settings
Enables you to check the printer name, IP address, and other details.
Other Settings
zz[Set
Printer Name] enables you to rename the printer.
Press the <n> button to access the input screen, and then enter
a new printer name (= 54).
zzSelect [IPv4/IPv6 Settings] ► [IPv4] to enter the IP address and
subnet mask manually.
zzSelect [IPv4/IPv6 Settings] ► [IPv6] to enable or disable the IPv6
address.
• [IPv6] is not available when using Direct Connection.
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Reset Settings
Reset Wi-Fi settings such as the printer name, access point information,
and password as follows.
Entering Information
When entering a printer name, password, or other information, press the
<n> button to access the input screen.
Entering information
zzPress
the <u><d><l><r> buttons to
select a letter, number, or symbol, and
then press the <o> button. To enter
a space, select [Space] and press the
<o> button.
Deleting information
zzPress
the <u><d><l><r> buttons
to select [ ], and then press the <o>
button.
Switching input modes
zzTo
switch from uppercase to lowercase
letters and then symbols, press the
<n> button repeatedly.
Returning to the previous screen
zzTo
confirm input and return to the previous
screen, press the <u><d><l><r>
buttons to select [Finish], and then press
the <o> button.
zzTo cancel input and return to the previous
screen, press the <v> button.
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Printing via Wi-Fi from a Computer
Before you can print via Wi-Fi from a computer, the computer with the
images to send must be connected to an access point.
zzRemove any inserted memory cards or USB flash drives.
zzInsert a loaded paper cassette and an ink cassette in SELPHY
(= 16).
zzThe access point must support IEEE 802.11b/g connections (= 78).
Connecting the Printer to the Access Point
How to connect varies depending on whether the access point is WPScompatible (= 55) or not (= 58).
WPS-Compatible Access Points
1 Check the access point.
zzConfirm
that the access point is on and
ready for communication.
2 Choose [Wi-Fi settings], and then
press the <o> button.
3 Choose [Connection Method],
and then press the <o> button.
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4 Choose [Via Wi-Fi Network], and
then press the <o> button.
5 Choose [WPS Connection], and
then press the <o> button.
6 Choose [PBC Method], and then
press the <o> button.
zzThe
screen at left is displayed.
7 On the access point, hold down
the WPS connection button for a
few seconds.
zzFor
details on where the button is located
and how long to press it, check the
access point user manual.
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8 Establish the connection.
zzOn
the printer, press the <o> button.
zzPress the <o> button when the screen
at left is displayed.
9 Check the access point name.
• If you selected [PIN Method] in step 6, use the computer to specify the PIN
code (displayed on the printer) on the access point, press the <o> button on
the printer, and go to step 8. For instructions on configuring PIN codes, refer to
the access point user manual.
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Non-WPS Access Points
1 Check the access point.
zzConfirm
that the access point is on and
ready for communication.
2 Choose [Wi-Fi settings], and then
press the <o> button.
3 Choose [Connection Method],
and then press the <o> button.
4 Choose [Via Wi-Fi Network], and
then press the <o> button.
5 Choose [Search for an access
point], and then press the <o>
button.
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6 Choose an access point, and
then press the <o> button.
7 Enter the password and press
the <o> button.
zzPress
the <n> button to access the
input screen, and then enter the password
of the access point selected in step 6.
8 Confirm that SELPHY is now
connected to the access point,
and then press the <o> button.
9 Check the access point name.
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Printing Images (Windows)
You can print from a computer using a
dedicated printer driver.
1 Confirm that SELPHY is
connected to the access point.
zzConfirm
that the access point is identified
in the lower right on the Home screen,
and that the antenna icon has no red ×.
2 Install the printer driver.
zzVisit
the following site, download the
SELPHY CP1300 printer driver, and
double-click it.
http://www.canon.com/icpd/
zzFollow the instructions displayed to
complete installation.
zzIf the User Account Control window
is displayed, follow the on-screen
instructions.
3 Choose the connection method.
zzOn
the screen to choose a connection
method, select [Use with a wireless
network] and click [Next].
4 To complete the installation
process, choose the printer to
connect to.
zzOn
the screen to search for printers,
select the printer and click [Next].
zzIf the printer is not shown on the printer
search screen, check the computer’s
network settings, and if applicable, switch
from a public to a private network.
zzThe printer driver is installed.
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5 Access the printing dialog box.
zzStart
the photo software, select images to
print, and access the printing dialog box.
zzAs the destination printer, select [Canon
SELPHY CP1300].
6 Choose printing options.
zzChoose
a paper size corresponding
to the size of paper and ink cassettes
in SELPHY. Also choose bordered or
borderless printing as an option with the
listed paper sizes.
zzChoose the printing orientation and
number of copies, as desired.
7 Print.
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Printing Images (Mac OS)
You can print from a computer using AirPrint.
Updating to the latest version of Mac OS is
recommended.
1 Confirm that SELPHY is
connected to the access point.
zzConfirm
that the access point is identified
in the lower right on the Home screen,
and that the antenna icon has no red ×.
2 Access the printing dialog box.
zzStart
the photo software, select images to
print, and access the printing dialog box.
zzAs the destination printer, select [Canon
SELPHY CP1300].
3 Choose printing options.
zzSpecify
the paper size, orientation, and
number of copies.
zzChoose one of these paper sizes.
Paper Size Description
L Size
P Size
C Size
Paper Size
89 x 119 mm
Postcard
54 x 86 mm
If these sizes are not available, select [Manage
Custom Sizes] as the paper size and enter the
sizes manually.
4 Print.
zzClick
[Print] to print.
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• If “Canon SELPHY CP1300” is not available as a printer in Mac OS, add
SELPHY to the computer as follows.
From [System Preferences], open either [Printers & Scanners] or [Print &
Scan].
Click [+] below the list.
Select “Canon SELPHY CP1300”.
• Authentication is required in order to display the printer’s webpage from printer
settings screens in Mac OS. Log in by entering ADMIN as the name and canon
as the password.
If you have changed the password and cannot remember it, use [Reset
Settings] in [Wi-Fi settings] or [Reset all to default] in [Setup] on SELPHY to
restore the default password.
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Printing via USB from a Computer
You can print from a computer by connecting SELPHY to the computer
with a commercially available USB cable.
zzPrepare this kind of USB cable.
- 2.5 m (8.2 ft.) or shorter
- SELPHY end: Mini-B
zzRemove any inserted memory cards or USB flash drives.
zzInsert a loaded paper cassette and an ink cassette in SELPHY
(= 16).
Printing Images (Windows)
1 Install the printer driver.
zzVisit
the following site, download the
SELPHY CP1300 printer driver, and
double-click it.
http://www.canon.com/icpd/
zzFollow the instructions displayed to
complete installation.
zzIf the User Account Control window
is displayed, follow the on-screen
instructions.
2 Choose the connection method.
zzOn
the screen to choose a connection
method, select [Use with a USB
connection] and click [Next].
3 When the screen at left is
displayed, connect the printer to
the computer.
zzMake
sure SELPHY is off.
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zzUse
the USB cable to connect SELPHY to
the computer.
4 Turn on the printer to complete
the installation process.
zzPress
USB cable, sold separately
the <q> button to turn on
SELPHY.
zzThe printer driver is installed.
5 Access the printing dialog box.
zzStart
the photo software, select images to
print, and access the printing dialog box.
zzAs the destination printer, select [Canon
SELPHY CP1300].
6 Choose printing options.
zzChoose
a paper size corresponding
to the size of paper and ink cassettes
in SELPHY. Also choose bordered or
borderless printing as an option with the
listed paper sizes.
zzChoose the printing orientation and
number of copies, as desired.
7 Print.
• Avoid sleep or standby mode on your computer while SELPHY is connected
via USB. If the computer enters sleep mode with SELPHY connected via USB,
wake the computer without disconnecting the USB cable. If recovery fails,
restart the computer.
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Printing Images (Mac OS)
You can print from a computer using AirPrint.
Updating to the latest version of Mac OS is recommended.
1 Connect SELPHY to the
2
computer with a USB cable.
Access the printing dialog box.
zzStart
USB cable, sold separately
the photo software, select images to
print, and access the printing dialog box.
zzAs the destination printer, select [Canon
SELPHY CP1300].
3 Choose printing options.
zzSpecify
the paper size, orientation, and
number of copies.
zzChoose one of these paper sizes.
Paper Size Description
L Size
P Size
C Size
Paper Size
89 x 119 mm
Postcard
54 x 86 mm
If these sizes are not available, select [Manage
Custom Sizes] as the paper size and enter the
sizes manually.
4 Print.
zzClick
[Print] to print.
• Avoid sleep or standby mode on your computer while SELPHY is connected
via USB. If the computer enters sleep mode with SELPHY connected via USB,
wake the computer without disconnecting the USB cable. If recovery fails,
restart the computer.
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Printing via USB from a Camera
By connecting a PictBridge (USB) compatible camera, you can choose
images with the camera and print.
zzPrepare this kind of USB cable.
- 2.5 m (8.2 ft.) or shorter commercially available cable
- SELPHY end: Type A
zzRemove any inserted memory cards or USB flash drives.
zzInsert a loaded paper cassette and an ink cassette in SELPHY
(= 16).
1 Connect SELPHY to the camera
using the USB cable.
2 Turn on SELPHY and then the
camera, and enter Playback
mode.
zzSome
cameras will display a
icon.
3 On the camera, choose images
and prepare to print.
zzUse
the camera to start printing.
zzAfter printing, turn off SELPHY and the
camera and disconnect the cable.
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Troubleshooting
Power
Cannot turn on SELPHY
• Confirm that the power cord is connected and plugged in correctly (= 20).
• Hold the <q> button until the startup screen is displayed (= 20).
• When using a battery pack, confirm that it is charged and inserted correctly.
Screen
Image display screen is not displayed
• While the ID Photo Settings screen is displayed, press the < > button to display the
Home screen, press the <u><d> buttons to choose [Select & Print], and then press
the <o> button.
Printing
Cannot print
• Confirm that SELPHY is on (= 20).
• Confirm that the paper and ink cassettes are loaded correctly (= 16, = 17).
• Confirm that the ink sheet is not loose (= 16).
• Confirm that you are using paper designed especially for SELPHY (= 3).
• Replace the ink cassette and refill the paper cassette as needed (= 24).
• Confirm that you are using the correct combination of paper, paper cassette, and ink
cassette (= 16).
Cannot display or print images on memory cards or USB flash
drives
• Confirm that the memory card is fully inserted in the correct slot, with the label face-up
(= 22, 23).
• Confirm that the USB flash drive is fully inserted, right-side up (= 22).
• Confirm that the image format is supported (= 22).
• Confirm that a memory card requiring the use of an adapter has not been inserted
without its adapter (= 22).
• Check the formats supported for USB flash drives (= 78).
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Cannot print from a camera
• Confirm that your camera supports PictBridge (= 51, = 67).
• When printing via USB, confirm that SELPHY is connected directly to the camera with
the USB cable (= 67).
• Confirm that your camera batteries have enough charge left. If the batteries are
depleted, replace them with fully charged or new ones.
• Remove any memory cards or USB flash drives from SELPHY.
Cannot print from a computer
• Confirm that you have installed the printer driver correctly (= 64).
• Remove any inserted memory cards or USB flash drives.
• When printing via Wi-Fi, confirm that both SELPHY and the computer are correctly
connected to the access point (= 55).
• When printing via USB, confirm that SELPHY is connected directly to the computer
with the USB cable (= 64). The printer may not work correctly if it is connected to a
computer via a USB hub.
• Windows: Confirm that the printer is not offline. If so, right-click the printer icon and
bring the printer online.
• Mac OS: Confirm that you have added SELPHY to the Printer List (= 62, 66). If it
is not listed, add SELPHY to the computer as follows.
1. From [System Preferences], open either [Printers & Scanners] or [Print & Scan].
2. Click [+] below the list.
3. Select “Canon SELPHY CP1300”.
Date/file number missing when printing from memory cards or USB
flash drives
• Confirm that SELPHY is set up to print the date or file number (= 43). Note that
grayed-out settings on the [Print settings] screen are not available.
Note that in DPOF printing, date/file number printing is configured on the camera.
Date/file number missing when printing from cameras
• Confirm that adding the date/file number is enabled on the camera. Note that under
standard camera settings, the date/file number setting on SELPHY is used.
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Print quality is poor
• Confirm that the ink sheet and paper are free of dirt or dust.
• Confirm that SELPHY’s interior is free of dust (= 80).
• Confirm that no condensation has formed on SELPHY (= 80).
• Confirm that SELPHY is away from sources of electromagnetic waves or strong
magnetic fields.
Printed colors do not match the colors displayed
• Color is produced in different ways by printers and display devices. Colors may also
look different depending on the intensity and color temperature of lighting in the
monitor viewing environment, as well as monitor color calibration.
Individual images are printed reduced, in only one layout position
• Change the [Page Layout] settings (= 41). When a layout in [Page Layout] other
than [1-up] is selected, individual images are printed in one layout position per sheet if
you print from a camera or other device that can only send one image at a time.
Printing takes too long
• SELPHY will temporarily halt printing if it exceeds a specific temperature; this does not
indicate a problem. Wait until the printer cools off. During continuous printing, in hot
environments, or if the printer’s interior becomes hot because the rear-side air vent
(= 12) is blocked, SELPHY may temporarily stop printing, causing printing to take
longer.
• Printing may take some time, depending on the printing environment. If so, try printing
a different way—from a memory card, via Wi-Fi, or via USB.
Cannot cancel printing
• Printing in progress, whether from a smartphone, camera, or computer, cannot be
canceled from SELPHY by using the <v> button. Use the device you are printing
from to stop printing.
Paper
Paper does not fit in the cassette
• Confirm that the paper is the same size as the paper cassette (= 3).
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Paper feed problems or frequent paper jams occur
• Confirm that the paper and cassette are inserted correctly (= 16, 17).
• Confirm that there are less than 19 sheets in the cassette.
• Confirm that 19 or more prints have not collected on the paper cassette.
• Confirm that you are using paper designed especially for SELPHY (= 3).
Cannot print the correct quantity (unused paper left after ink runs
out)
• Some unused paper may remain if the ink runs out first.
Paper jams
• If paper protrudes from the front or back paper ejection slot (= 12), carefully pull
it out. If you cannot remove the paper by gently pulling it out, never force it out. Turn
the printer off and then on. Repeat until the paper is ejected. If you accidentally turn
the printer off while printing, restart it and wait until the paper is ejected. If paper jams
and cannot be removed, contact your retailer or a Customer Support Help Desk. Do not
attempt to remove jammed paper by force, which may damage the printer.
Wi-Fi
Do not use the printer near sources of Wi-Fi signal interference, such as
microwave ovens, Bluetooth devices, or other equipment operating on
the 2.4 GHz band.
Printer SSID (network name) not displayed when connecting to a
camera or smartphone
• As the connection method, choose [Direct Connection] (= 47, 52).
• Keep the printer near the camera or smartphone, without objects between them.
Access point not displayed on the printer
Cannot connect the printer to the access point
• As the connection method, choose [Via Wi-Fi Network] (= 55).
• Confirm that the access point is on and ready for communication. For instructions on
how to check, refer to the access point user manual.
• If there are many access points but the required one is not listed, connect using WPS
(= 55) or by selecting [Manual Settings] when connecting via an access point
(= 58).
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• Keep the printer near the access point, without objects between them.
• Confirm that the password is correct, and try connecting again.
• Confirm that the access point channel is between 1 – 11. Instead of auto channel
assignment, it is advisable to specify a channel in this range manually. For instructions
on checking or adjusting the settings, refer to the access point user manual.
• If the access point filters communication by MAC or IP addresses, on the access point,
register the printer information shown when you check the settings (= 53).
For instructions on checking or adjusting the settings, refer to the access point user
manual.
• In WEP networks without DHCP, set the IP address manually (= 53).
Cannot connect via Wi-Fi
• Try restarting SELPHY. If a connection still cannot be established, check the settings
of the access point or other device for the Wi-Fi connection.
• If WPS connection is not possible, try connecting by using [Search for an access
point] (= 58) or by selecting [Manual Settings] when connecting via an access point
(= 58).
Can connect to access point, but cannot print
• Remove any inserted memory cards or USB flash drives.
• Printing is not possible when the printer is already printing a job from another device,
or when the printer is connected to a camera.
• Confirm that the camera, smartphone, or computer you are printing from is connected
to the same access point as SELPHY.
• Check the access point password and try to connect again (= 52).
• If a message is displayed after you enter the correct password and press the <o>
button (= 59), confirm that DHCP server functionality is enabled on the access
point, and make sure connection settings on SELPHY such as the IP address are
correct (= 53).
• Check the access point settings to confirm that communication between the devices is
allowed.
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Printing takes too long, or the Wi-Fi connection is lost
• Do not use the printer near sources of Wi-Fi signal interference, such as microwave
ovens, Bluetooth devices, or other equipment operating on the 2.4 GHz band.
Note that even when [ ] or [ ] is displayed, image transmission may take some time.
• In direct connections (= 48, 51), keep the printer near the camera or smartphone,
without objects in between.
• In connections via an access point (= 55), keep the printer near the access point,
without objects in between.
Cannot connect via Wi-Fi from the computer
• Confirm that the printer driver is installed correctly in Windows.
• In Windows, enable [Network Discovery].
• In Mac OS, add SELPHY as a printer for the computer (= 62).
Message displayed when connecting a camera or smartphone
• Up to 8 devices can be connected at once using [Direct Connection], and IP
addresses can be allocated to up to 32 devices. Attempting to connect more than
8 devices will display a message. In this case, use one of the connected devices
to disconnect from the printer, press the <o> button on the printer to clear the
message, and then use the device for the new connection to connect to the printer.
If disconnection is not possible using a connected device, turn off the printer
momentarily to disconnect all devices, and then turn the printer on again.
Error Messages
Error messages indicate problems with SELPHY. When error messages
include troubleshooting tips, follow the instructions. If only an error
message is displayed, follow the suggestions in “Troubleshooting”
(= 68).
If the problem persists, contact a Customer Support Help Desk.
• If a problem occurs while SELPHY is connected to another device, an error
message may also be displayed on the device. Check both SELPHY and the
device.
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Appendix
Printing without a Power Outlet
To print where no power outlet is available, use Battery Pack NB-CP2LH
(sold separately). On a full charge, up to about 54 sheets* of postcardsize paper can be printed.
* According to Canon testing. May vary depending on printing conditions.
Attaching the Battery Pack
1 Remove the battery pack
mounting cover.
zzWith
Air vent
the switch held in the direction of the
arrow ( ), pull the cover off ( ) to remove
it.
2 Remove the battery terminal
cover.
3 Insert the battery pack.
zzSlide
the terminal-end in the direction of
the arrow ( ) and insert the other end ( )
until it clicks into place.
• Battery Pack NB-CP2L (sold separately) is also supported. On a full charge, up
to about 36 sheets* of postcard-size paper can be printed.
* According to Canon testing. May vary depending on printing conditions.
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Charging the Battery Pack before Use
zzOnce
SELPHY is plugged in (= 20), charging starts, and [
] blinks
on the screen.
zzAfter charging is finished in about four hours (at room temperature),
] is no longer displayed.
[
zzSELPHY can be used even while [
] is blinking, by turning it on
(= 20). However, charging stops. When SELPHY is turned off,
] starts blinking again and charging resumes.
[
• For battery precautions, refer to the battery user manual.
] is displayed, before charging, make sure SELPHY is in an
• When [
environment at operating temperature (= 78) and has adjusted to the
ambient temperature.
] is displayed in red, the battery pack has reached the end of its
• When [
useful life. Purchase a new battery pack.
] display can be cleared by holding down any button other than the <q>
• [
button for at least 3 seconds. [
] is displayed for about 10 seconds if you
press any button other than <q> while the screen is off and the battery pack is
charging.
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Storing Prints
• To remove any extra paper from the edges
of a print, fold the paper along the
perforations and tear the edges off.
• When writing on prints, use an oil-based pen.
• To prevent discoloration, do not store prints where
temperatures exceed 40 °C (104 °F), in humid or dusty places, or in
direct sunlight.
• Also avoid the following actions, which may cause discoloration, fading,
or bleeding: sticking tape on the printed surface, allowing the printed
surface to contact vinyl or plastic, applying alcohol or volatile solvents to
the printed surface, or leaving the printed surface pressed firmly against
other surfaces or objects over extended periods.
• When storing prints in an album, choose an album with photo covers
made of nylon, polypropylene, or cellophane.
• Color may change over time or depending on storage conditions. Canon
cannot be held liable for discoloration.
After Printing
Turn off SELPHY (= 20) and remove any memory cards or USB flash drives.
Lower the monitor for storage.
Unplug the power cord from the outlet and disconnect the adapter plug from
SELPHY.
• If the compact power adapter is still warm, wait for it to cool down before
putting it away.
Remove the paper cassette and close the paper cassette compartment cover. Leave
any remaining paper in the cassette, and store the cassette in a dark, cool, and dry
place away from dust.
• Leave the ink cassette in SELPHY.
• Store SELPHY on a flat surface, away from sunlight and dust. Any dust that
gets inside SELPHY may cause white banding on photos or damage the
printer.
• Store any extra ink cassettes in the original package or a bag, away from
sunlight and dust.
• Store any unused paper or ink cassettes in their unopened packages, away
from sunlight.
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Specifications
Printing Method
Resolution
Gradation
Ink
Paper
Paper Size
Postcard
L Size
Card
Full-page label
Label on 8-label sheet
Square label
Printing Speed*1
Postcard
L Size
Card
Feeding System
Ejection System
Monitor
Dye-sublimation thermal transfer (with overcoating)
300 x 300 dpi
256 shades per color
Dedicated color ink (Y/M/C/overcoating)
Postcard (photo paper), L (photo paper), and card
size (photo paper, full-page labels, 8-label sheets,
and square labels)
With perforated
Without perforated
margins
margins
100.0 x 177.0 mm
100.0 x 148.0 mm
(3.94 x 6.97 in.)
(3.94 x 5.83 in.)
89.0 x 148.0 mm
89.0 x 119.0 mm
(3.50 x 5.83 in.)
(3.50 x 4.69 in. )
83.0 x 86.0 mm
54.0 x 86.0 mm
(3.27 x 3.39 in.)
(2.13 x 3.39 in.)
–
54.0 x 86.0 mm
(2.13 x 3.39 in.)
–
22.0 x 17.3 mm
(0.87 x 0.68 in.)
–
54.0 x 54.0 mm
(2.13 x 2.13 in.)
Approx. 47 sec.
(Approx. 58 sec.)*2
(Approx. 49 sec.)*2
Approx. 39 sec.
(Approx. 32 sec.)*2
Approx. 27 sec.
Auto feeding from paper cassette
Auto ejection onto paper cassette
Tilting 3.2-type TFT LCD color monitor
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Interfaces
Hi-Speed USB
Type A port for PictBridge-compatible devices
Mini-B port for computers
Memory Cards
SD, SDHC, SDXC, miniSD*3, miniSDHC*3,
microSD*3, microSDHC*3 and microSDXC*3
Wireless LAN
Standards: IEEE 802.11b/g
Supported Channels: 1 – 11
Communication Modes: Infrastructure mode*4
Transmission: DSSS (IEEE 802.11b) and OFDM
(IEEE 802.11g)
Security:
No security, WEP, WPA-PSK (AES/
TKIP), and WPA2-PSK (AES/TKIP)
USB Flash Drives
FAT or exFAT format only
Operating Temperature
5 – 40 °C (41 – 104 °F)
Operating Humidity
20 – 80%
Power
Compact Power Adapter CA-CP200 B
Battery Pack NB-CP2LH (sold separately)
Power Consumption
60 W or less (standby: 4 W or less)
Dimensions
180.6 x 63.3 x 135.9 mm (7.11 x 2.49 x 5.35 in.)
Weight (printer body only)
Approx. 860 g (1.90 lb.)
*1 From the initial yellow printing pass until ejection
*2 Time in parentheses is with a [Print Finish] pattern (1 – 3) selected.
*3 Requires an optional dedicated adapter
*4 Supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup
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Compact Power Adapter CA-CP200 B
Rated Input
100 – 240 V AC (50/60 Hz), 1.0 A (100 V) – 0.6 A (240 V)
Rated Output
24 V DC, 1.8 A
Operating Temperature
0 – 40 °C (32 – 104 °F)
Battery Pack NB-CP2LH (Sold Separately)
Type
Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
Nominal Voltage
22.2 V DC
Nominal Capacity
1290 mAh
Charging Cycles
Approx. 300 times
Operating Temperature
5 – 40 °C (41 – 104 °F)
• All data is based on tests by Canon.
• Printer specifications or appearance are subject to change without
notice.
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Handling and Maintenance
• Do not subject the printer to excessive force, which may damage the
printer or cause paper jams.
• Do not expose the printer to insecticides or other volatile substances.
Additionally, do not store the printer in contact with rubber, vinyl, or plastic
products over extended periods, which may cause deformation of the
casing.
• Avoid condensation on the printer, which may happen when moving
the printer from cold to warm environments. Put the printer in a sealed
plastic bag and allow it to adjust to the new temperature before removing
the bag. If condensation forms, allow the printer to dry naturally at room
temperature before using again.
• When the printer becomes dirty, wipe it with a soft, dry cloth.
• If the air vent (= 12) becomes dusty, remove the ink cassette
(= 24) before wiping the dust away, to prevent dust from getting
inside and affecting print quality.
• Never wipe the printer with solvents, such as benzene or thinner, or neutral
detergent, which may cause deformation or peeling of the casing.
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Trademarks and Licenses
• Microsoft and Windows are trademarks or registered trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
• Macintosh and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the
U.S. and other countries.
• App Store, iPhone, iPad and AirPrint are trademarks of Apple Inc.
• The SDXC logo is a trademark of SD-3C, LLC.
• Wi-Fi®, Wi-Fi Alliance®, WPA™, WPA2™ and Wi-Fi Protected Setup™
are trademarks or registered trademarks of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
• All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
• This device incorporates exFAT technology licensed from Microsoft.
• Portions of the code used in this firmware are based in part on the work
of the Independent JPEG Group.
• Based on XySSL: Copyright (C) 2006-2008 Christophe Devine
Copyright (C) 2009 Paul Bakker <polarssl_maintainer at polarssl dot
org> All rights reserved.
Disclaimer
• Reprinting, transmitting, or storing in a retrieval system any part of this
guide without the permission of Canon is prohibited.
• Canon reserves the right to change the contents of this guide at any
time without prior notice.
• Illustrations and screenshots in this guide may differ slightly from the
actual equipment.
• The above items notwithstanding, Canon accepts no liability for
damages due to mistaken operation of the products.
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Wi-Fi (Wireless LAN) Precautions
• Countries and Regions Permitting WLAN Use
- Use of WLAN is restricted in some countries and regions, and illegal
use may be punishable under national or local regulations. To avoid
violating WLAN regulations, visit the Canon website to check where
use is allowed.
Note that Canon cannot be held liable for any problems arising from
WLAN use in other countries and regions.
• Doing any of the following may incur legal penalties:
- Altering or modifying the product
- Removing the certification labels from the product
• According to foreign exchange and foreign trade law regulations, export
permission (or service transaction permission) from the Japanese
government is necessary to export strategic resources or services
(including this product) outside Japan.
• Because this product includes American encryption software, it falls
under U.S. Export Administration Regulations, and cannot be exported
to or brought into a country under U.S. trade embargo.
• Be sure to make notes of the wireless LAN settings you use.
The wireless LAN settings saved to this product may change or be
erased due to incorrect operation of the product, the effects of radio
waves or static electricity, or accident or malfunction. Be sure to make
notes of wireless LAN settings as a precaution. Please note that Canon
accepts no responsibility for direct or indirect damages or loss of
earnings resulting from a degradation or disappearance of content.
• When transferring this product to another person, disposing of it, or
sending it for repair, be sure to note the wireless LAN settings and reset
the product to its default settings (erase settings) if necessary.
• Canon will not make compensation for damages resulting from loss or
theft of the product.
Canon accepts no responsibility for damages or loss resulting from
unauthorized access or use of target devices registered on this product
due to loss or theft of the product.
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• Be sure to use the product as directed in this guide.
Be sure to use the wireless LAN function of this product within the
guidelines noted in this guide. Canon accepts no responsibility for
damages or loss if the function and product are used in ways other than
as described in this guide.
• Do not use the wireless LAN function of this product near medical
equipment or other electronic equipment.
Use of the wireless LAN function near medical equipment or other
electronic equipment may affect operation of those devices.
Radio Wave Interference Precautions
This product may receive interference from other devices that emit radio
waves. To avoid interference, be sure to use this product as far away as
possible from such devices, or avoid using the devices at the same time
as this product.
Security Precautions
Because Wi-Fi uses radio waves to transmit signals, security precautions
more stringent than when using a LAN cable are required.
Keep the following points in mind when using Wi-Fi.
• Only use networks you are authorized to use.
This product searches for Wi-Fi networks in the vicinity and displays the
results on the screen.
Networks you are not authorized to use (unknown networks) may
also be displayed. However, attempting to connect to or using such
networks could be regarded as unauthorized access. Be sure to use
only networks you are authorized to use, and do not attempt to connect
to other unknown networks.
If security settings have not been properly set, the following problems
may occur.
• Transmission monitoring
Third parties with malicious intent may monitor Wi-Fi transmissions and
attempt to acquire the data you are sending.
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• Unauthorized network access
Third parties with malicious intent may gain unauthorized access to the
network you are using to steal, modify, or destroy information.
Additionally, you could fall victim to other types of unauthorized access
such as impersonation (where someone assumes an identity to gain
access to unauthorized information) or springboard attacks (where
someone gains unauthorized access to your network as a springboard
to cover their tracks when infiltrating other systems).
To prevent these types of problems from occurring, be sure to
thoroughly secure your Wi-Fi network.
Only use this product’s Wi-Fi function with a proper understanding
of Wi-Fi security, and balance risk and convenience when adjusting
security settings.
While Printing
Do not disconnect the printer from other devices until printing is finished,
which may cause incomplete or incorrect prints.
Precautions before Repair, Disposal, or Transfer of
Ownership
If you have saved security information such as Wi-Fi passwords on
SELPHY, this information may still be on the printer.
Before transferring ownership, disposing of the product, or sending it for
repair, do the following to prevent leakage of the information.
• Erase saved security information by choosing [Reset Settings] in the
Wi-Fi settings.
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WPA Supplicant License
WPA Supplicant
Copyright (c) 2003-2012, Jouni Malinen <[email protected]> and contributors All Rights Reserved.
This program is licensed under the BSD license (the one with advertisement clause
removed).
If you are submitting changes to the project, please see CONTRIBUTIONS file for more
instructions.
License
This software may be distributed, used, and modified under the terms of BSD license:
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are
permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials
provided with the distribution.
3. Neither the name(s) of the above-listed copyright holder(s) nor the names of its
contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software
without specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND
CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
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DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS
BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
ONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT
OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS;
OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF
LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
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SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
* The above is written in English due to stipulation.
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