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Printer User Guide
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CEL-SH1HA210
© 2007 CANON INC.
What You Can Do with Your SELPHY
Enjoy printing images with your SELPHY printer.
Creative Print
2
„ Add Frames ............... p. 33
„ Add Clip Art
Stamps ....................... p. 34
„ Create a Calendar ..... p. 35
„ Print a Picture
Diary........................... p. 37
„ Add a Speech
Bubble........................ p. 38
„ Create ID Photos....... p. 39
„ Print a Movie ............. p. 41
„ Print with Effects
(SELPHY ES2 only)... p. 42
Print Settings
„ Print the Date ............ p. 47
„ Print the Image
Number ...................... p. 47
„ Add Borders to an
Image ......................... p. 47
„ Print after Selecting a Page
Layout ........................ p. 47
„ Print after Red-Eye
Correction.................. p. 47
„ Print after Adjusting the
Brightness ................. p. 47
„ Print in Sepia, or Black and
White .......................... p. 47
„ You can enlarge and print a portion of an image .............. p. 44
3
EZ Navigator
Select how you wish to use your SELPHY printer.
USB Cable ....................... 52
Digital Camera
Images
Memory Card ................... 24
Camera
Equipped Mobile
Phone Images
Infrared (SELPHY ES2 only)/
Bluetooth .......................... 55
Images on
Your PC
Print
on Location
4
USB Cable ....................... 59
Battery.............................. 72
Table of Contents
What You Can Do with Your SELPHY................................2
About This Guide.............................................................6
Getting Started ................................................................7
Printing from Memory Cards .........................................24
Printing from Camera ....................................................52
Printing from a Mobile Phone (Wireless Printing)..........55
Printing from a PC .........................................................59
Using the Battery Pack (SELPHY ES2 only).................72
Appendix .......................................................................77
Troubleshooting.............................................................92
Index............................................................................101
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About This Guide
Before using your printer for the first time, please read through the Safety Precautions
(p. 84) and the Handling Precautions (p. 87).
Conventions Used in this Guide
This mark denotes issues that
may affect the printer's operation.
This mark denotes additional
topics that complement the basic
operating procedures. The
number refers to the
corresponding step.
z Use the "Easy Photo Pack" which is an ink and paper integrated cartridge in the SELPHY ES
series. This is referred to as "Easy Photo Pack" or "cartridge" in this guide.
z This printer can be used with various types of media, such as, SD*1 memory cards or
MultiMediaCards*2 (p. 25).
These types of media are referred to as "memory cards" in this guide.
z General "camera" descriptions in this guide refer to digital cameras or digital camcorders
compatible with the SELPHY ES2/ES20. The explanations in this guide use Canon digital
cameras.
z This guide primarily uses illustrations of the SELPHY ES2 and its LCD monitor. Unless
otherwise noted, the instructions are the same for the SELPHY ES20. Similarly, the screen
shots from the LCD monitor show a "P" for the Postcard-Size ink and paper integrated
cartridge.
z Illustrations and screen examples shown in this guide may differ slightly from the actual printer.
*1
*2
6
SD is an acronym for Secure Digital.
Reduced-Size MultiMediaCard is referred to as "RS-MMC."
Getting Started
Getting Started
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Check the Package Contents
The package contains the following accessories. If there is anything missing, please contact the
store where you purchased this product.
Main Printer Unit
10 Print Trial Cartridge
(Postcard size)
Cleaner Unit
(Inserted prior to shipment)
Compact Photo Printer
Solution Disk
Compact Power Adapter
(CA-ES100)
Power Cord
• SELPHY Beginner's Guide
• European Warranty System (EWS) Booklet
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Getting Started
Accessories (Sold Separately)
Ink and paper integrated cartridge.
The cartridge differs depending on the paper size and ink type.
Please refer to the Cartridge Type table below.
Cartridge
You can print outdoors, or at locations without a power outlet
(p. 72) (SELPHY ES2 only).
Battery Pack NB-ES1L
You can print wirelessly from a Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone
(p. 57).
Bluetooth Unit BU-20
Cartridge Type
Paper Size
Ink Type
Postcard size
(100 x 148mm)
(4 x 6 in.)
Color
BW
L size
(89 x 119mm)
(3.5 x 4.7 in.)
Color
Card size
(54 x 86mm)
(2.1 x 3.4 in.)
Color
Name
(Product No.)
No. of
Sheets
Easy Photo Pack E-P100
100
Easy Photo Pack E-P50
50
Easy Photo Pack E-P25BW
25
Easy Photo Pack E-L100
100
Easy Photo Pack E-L50
50
Easy Photo Pack E-C25
Easy Photo Pack E-C25L
Color of
Cartridge
Green
Gray
Blue
25
*
25
Orange
* Card-sized label sheet.
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Components Guide
For more information, refer to the listed page.
Front View
1
7
2
8
3
9
4
10
5
11
6
12
1
Print Receptacle Cover
Opens automatically when printing starts.
2
Print Receptacle Button
Press to manually open the print receptacle cover.
3
Paper-Handling Slot
Paper projects from this slot while printing is in progress.
4
Indicator Lamp
Blinks/lights green when a memory card is accessed.
5
Infrared Data Receiver
Receives infrared data from a mobile phone
(SELPHY ES2 only).
6
Card Slot Cover
Open to insert a memory card or card adapter with a
memory card inserted.
7
Print Receptacle (Output
Tray)
Paper is deposited here after printing.
8
Cartridge Compartment
The cartridge is inserted into this compartment.
9
Cartridge Lever
Slide down to eject a cartridge.
10 Cartridge Cover
Open to replace a cartridge.
11
Slide up to open the cartridge cover.
Cartridge Cover Lever
12 Card Slots
10
Getting Started
These are for inserting a memory card or card adapter with
a memory card inserted (p. 25).
Components Guide
Back View
1
5
2
6
3
7
4
8
1
Carrying Handle
Used for carrying the printer (p. 83).
2
Battery Cover (SELPHY ES2
only)
Remove to install a battery pack.
3
Battery Cover Lever
(SELPHY ES2 only)
Slide up to remove the battery cover.
4
DC IN (Power Input) Terminal
Connects to the compact power adapter.
5
Air Vents
Dissipates heat inside the printer.
6
USB Terminal for PC
Connection
For USB connection to your PC using a commercially
available USB cable.
7
USB Terminal for Camera
Connection
Connects to a camera using the interface cable, or
Bluetooth unit (sold separately).
8
Terminal Cover
Open to connect a USB cable, interface cable supplied with
a camera, or Bluetooth unit.
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Components Guide
Controls
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
SELPHY ES20 does not
have an Easy-Scroll Wheel.
1
(Enlarge, Reduce)
Displays an enlarged or reduced view of the image (p. 13).
Button
2
Button
Displays the properties of the selected image (p. 14).
3
Button
Used when editing an image, such as enlarging and printing
a portion of the image (trimming).
4
Power Lamp
5
6
7
12
Getting Started
Indicates the printer status.
Lit Green: Power on
Blinking Green: Printing or communicating
Lit Orange: Charging the battery pack (SELPHY ES2 only)
Blinking Orange: Battery pack depleted or temperature is not
within the operating temperature range for charging (p. 74)
(SELPHY ES2 only)
Lit Red: Error (p. 96)
Blinking Red: Error (p. 96)
Button
Turns the printer's power on when pushed until the power
lamp lights green.
Button
Button
Displays the Creative Print menu (p. 31).
Displays the menu screen.
Print All Photos (p. 28)
Creative Print (p. 31)
DPOF Print (p. 29)
Auto Play (p. 30)
Print Settings (p. 46)
Printer Setup (p. 78)
Components Guide
8
LCD Monitor
9
Displays images, setting screens, and error messages.
Button
Specify the number of prints for a selected image.
10
,
,
,
(Up, Down,
Left, Right) Buttons
Used for selecting images, menu items, changing settings,
moving trimming frames, etc.
11
Easy-Scroll Wheel
(SELPHY ES2 only)
Used instead of
12
13
Button
,
,
(excluding some functions).
Starts printing.
Button
14
,
Confirms settings.
Button
Cancels a setting, and returns to the original screen of each
setting screen.
Cancels printing.
LCD Monitor
Main Display
z The Main Display is the screen that displays the images on a memory card after turning the
power on.
z You can switch between Multi View or Single View by pressing
or
in the Main Display.
Main Display
Multi View
Single View
z The view that was displayed when the power was turned off (Multi View or Single View), will
display again when the power is turned on. The default view is Multi View.
z Single View is used for the screen samples in this guide.
Enlarged View
You can enlarge an image by pressing
in Single View. Press
to return to Single View.
Switching the View to 9 Images at a Time
You can display the previous or next 9 images by pressing
View. Press
to return to Single View.
or
after pressing
in Multi
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Components Guide
Information Views
You can switch the image information views by pressing
Operation
commands
(Default setting)
Image
information
.
Print settings
No information
No information displays only in Single View or Enlarged View.
Sample View of the LCD Monitor
Image information
14
1
Number of Prints for the
Selected Image
Displays the number of prints for the selected image.
2
Total Number of Prints
Displays the total number of images to print.
3
Time and Date
Displays the date and time the image was shot.
4
File Number
Displays the image number.
5
Memory Card
Displays the slot in which a memory card is inserted.
:
CF, microdrive slot
:
SD, miniSD, MMC+ slot
:
MS, MS Duo slot
6
Number of Displayed Image/
Total Number of Images
Displays the number of the currently displayed image, and
the total number of images on a memory card.
7
Battery Status
(SELPHY ES2 only)
Displays the battery status (p. 75).
8
Recording Pixels
Displays the recording pixels (otherwise, movie time counter).
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Components Guide
9
Paper Size
Displays the paper size.
P
:
Postcard size
L
:
L size
C
:
Card size
C Label: Card size full-sized label sheet
BW :
Postcard size (black and white)
10 Paper Status
Displays the remaining amount of paper in the cartridge.
:
1/2 full or more (The trial cartridge is different
from the standard one and is not shown
.
:
About 1/4 full or more.
:
About 1/8 full or more.
:
The cartridge is empty.
No Display: The status is unknown.
11
Displays operation guides. Follow the instructions to use
the printer.
Operation Guides
The Jump Function
Pressing
in Single View in the Main Display, or in the Creative Print image selection screen,
displays the Jump screen. Press
or
to select a search key, then press
or
to jump to
an image matching the search key.
Jump 10 Images
Jumps ahead 10 images.
Jump 50 Images
Jumps ahead 50 images.
Jump 100 Images
Jumps ahead 100 images.
Jump Selected Images
Jumps to selected image(s) you wish to print.
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Components Guide
Easy-Scroll Wheel (SELPHY ES2 only)
The SELPHY ES2 allows you to select images or menu items, increase or decrease the number
of prints, and enlarge or reduce the trimming frame, just by turning the Easy-Scroll Wheel instead
of pressing
,
,
or
.
Image Scroll Function
Giving the Easy-Scroll Wheel a quick turn in Single View in the Main Display, or in the Creative
Print image selection screen, will display 5 images, with a magnified thumbnail of the center
image being displayed. You can scroll through the images one at a time by turning the wheel, and
select the center image by pressing
.
• If there are less than 5 images on a memory card, the Image Scroll display will not appear on the
screen.
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Getting Started
Preparing/Replacing the Cartridge
Replace the cartridge with the size of the paper you wish to print.
Preparing the Cartridge
An ink and paper integrated cartridge is used in this printer (p. 9). Prepare a cartridge with the
size of paper you wish to print.
• When opening a cartridge, check the contents. If something seems to be damaged, contact the
dealer for assistance.
Loading a Cartridge
• Do not touch the ink sheet of the cartridge, or pull out the ink sheet or papers.
There may not be enough ink left for the allotted sheets, or paper jams or poor printing may result.
• Do not handle the cartridge with wet or sweaty hands.
• Please use only cartridges specified for use with the SELPHY ES series.
(Cartridges for the CP series cannot be used.)
• Do not apply excessive force to the cartridge.
The paper may come out from under the clips. In this case, push the paper down with your finger so
it is inside the clips.
Ink sheet
1
2
Clip
Check that the ink sheet is tight and that the paper is correctly
loaded in the cartridge.
Slide the cover lever up to open the cartridge cover.
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Preparing/Replacing the Cartridge
3
4
Grasp the cleaner unit that is inside and remove it.
Make sure that the cartridge is oriented as shown on the direction
indicator on the inside of the printer, and insert the cartridge until it
clicks into place.
Direction
indicator
5
18
Press the area marked PUSH to close the cover.
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Protective paper
Preparing/Replacing the Cartridge
1
• When inserting the cartridge into the printer, if the ink sheet is so slack it catches, insert the
cleaner unit and turn it slowly to take up the slack.
• It will not be possible to use all the paper for printing if you overwind the ink sheet.
4
• The colored paper on the top side of the cartridge is protective paper. Load the cartridge with
this paper still in place.
• In the case of the E-P50, E-P100, E-L50 or E-L100, remove the orange colored stopper on the
backside of the cartridge then insert it into the printer.
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Preparing/Replacing the Cartridge
Replacing the Cartridge
Replace the cartridge when paper has run out, or if another sheet size is required.
• Do not remove the cartridge while paper is being fed into or ejected from the printer, or while
printing is in progress.
• When replacing the cartridge, remove all paper from the print receptacle.
• Do not reuse empty cartridges. Attempting to reuse an empty cartridge may result in malfunction or
damage to the printer.
1
Slide the cover lever up to open the cartridge cover (
the cartridge lever down ( ).
), and slide
• Eject the cartridge.
2
Replace the cartridge following the procedures in Preparing/
Replacing the Cartridge (p. 17).
2
20
• You can check the type of cartridge and the amount of remaining paper (ink) loaded in the
printer, by the icons displayed in the print confirmation, printing or standby screens (p. 14).
• After power is turned on, or immediately after the cartridge cover is opened or closed, the
status icon is not displayed. This icon is displayed when one sheet has been printed.
Getting Started
Preparing/Replacing the Cartridge
Storing Cartridges
• When storing cartridges, return the cartridge to its original package.
Getting Started
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Placing/Connecting the Printer
Set up and connect your SELPHY printer in the following manner for safe use.
• Do not place the equipment on an unstable or tilted surface.
There is risk that the equipment may fall and cause injury.
• Do not block the air vents on the back of the printer.
Leave more than 15 cm
(6 in.) of clearance at the
front and back of the
equipment and 10 cm
(4 in.) of clearance on
both sides.
15 cm
(6 in.)
To power outlet
1
2
3
4
15 cm
(6 in.)
10 cm
(4 in.)
Place the printer on a flat surface.
Connect the supplied power cord to the supplied compact power
adapter.
Insert the plug into a power outlet.
Connect the compact power adapter to the printer.
• The SELPHY ES2 can also be used with the separately sold battery pack NB-ES1L (p. 73).
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Getting Started
Printing Precaution
These cautions apply to printing images from memory cards, cameras and computers, and
wireless printing.
z Do not eject the cartridge or open the cartridge cover right after turning the power on or while
printing. It may result in equipment damage.
z During the printing operation, paper is temporarily output from the printer. Do not touch the
paper until printing ends. This could impede printing, or may result in equipment damage.
z Do not allow more than 50 sheets to accumulate in the print receptacle (Output Tray) while
printing.
z Do not raise the carrying handle when printing. If the prints touch the carrying handle, printing
may not be done correctly.
z Do not close the print receptacle cover when printing. If closed accidentally, press the print
receptacle button to open the print receptacle cover.
z If the printer overheats, it will temporarily stop operating. The printer will resume normal printing
as soon as it cools down (This will occur if the room is unusually warm or you are printing
continuously).
z Do not print on printed paper.
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Printing from Memory
Cards
Print images from a memory card that is inserted
into the printer.
• Make sure that a camera or computer is not connected to the printer.
• This SELPHY printer supports image data conforming to the Design rule for Camera File
system (Exif compliant) and DPOF (Ver.1.00) standard.
• Use a memory card formatted in the camera. A memory card formatted in the computer
might not be recognized.
• Images that have been edited on a computer might not be displayed or printed
successfully.
• An image that has been taken by a mobile phone, depending on the size of the image
when the image was taken, might not be displayed or printed successfully.
• Movies cannot be played back on this printer.
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Printing from Memory Cards
Compatible Memory Cards
Slot
Memory Cards
CompactFlash Card
Microdrive
xD-Picture Card*
SD Memory Card
miniSD Card
SDHC Memory Card
miniSDHC Card
MultiMediaCard
MMCplus Card
HC MMCplus
microSD Card
microSDHC Card
MMCmobile Card
MMCmicro Card
RS-MMC Card
Memory Stick
Memory Stick PRO
Memory Stick Duo
Memory Stick PRO Duo
Memory Stick micro
: You need to use the specific adapter for the card.
* Purchase the CompactFlash Card Adapter for xD-Picture Card.
• For memory cards requiring an adapter, be sure to first insert the memory card into the adapter before
inserting the adapter into the appropriate card slot. If you insert the memory card into a card slot without
first inserting into an adapter, you may not be able to remove the memory card from the printer.
Printing from Memory Cards
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Inserting a Memory Card
Insert a single memory card into the printer.
• Please refer to the user guide included with your memory card for handling instructions.
1
Press
until the power lamp lights
green to turn on the power.
• The startup screen
appears on the LCD
monitor.
2
Insert a single memory card into the
appropriate card slot of the printer.
• An image is displayed
on the LCD monitor.
Label side
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Printing from Memory Cards
2
• Insert a memory card fully into
the appropriate slot.
• When you remove a memory
card from a card slot, grasp the
portion of the card protruding
from the card slot and pull it out.
• If the confirmation screen for
whether or not to use DPOF for
printing is displayed on the LCD
monitor, select [OK] or [Cancel]
then follow the instructions
below.
[OK] : Step 3 on p. 29
[Cancel] : p. 27
• There is a lead-in guide to be
tailored to the size of the
memory card in the "SD/
miniSD/MMC+" slot. Insert a
small memory card like miniSD
in the lower slot to conform
closely to the lead-in guide.
Print Selected Photos (Basic Printing)
You can select images, specify the number of prints for each, and then print them all out.
1
2
3
Turn the printer on, and insert the
memory card into the appropriate
memory card slot (p. 26).
Press
or
Press
or
of prints.
2
• Press
to switch the
displayed image information
(p. 14).
• Press
to enlarge
and print a portion of an image
(trimming) (p. 44).
3
• You can specify up to 99 prints
per image.
• If you make settings with
or
after
specifying the number of prints,
the number setting may be
canceled.
• Set borders, dates and other
functions in [Print Settings] in
advance (p. 46).
• If you repeat Steps 2 and 3, you
can specify the number of prints
for multiple images and then
print all of the images together.
4
• By pressing
when the
number of prints for all images
is 0 copies, you can print only
one copy of the image selected.
to select images.
to specify the number
Total number of prints
Number of prints of the
selected image
4
Press
.
• Printing starts.
Printing from Memory Cards
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Print All Photos
Print all the images on the memory card.
1
2
3
Turn the printer on, and insert the
memory card into the appropriate
memory card slot (p. 26).
Press
Photos] with
Press
and select [Print All
or
.
and check the settings.
Print image
Number of images on memory
card
Number of copies
Number of sheets required
for printing
4
Press
.
• Printing starts.
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Printing from Memory Cards
3
• Press
or
to specify the
number of prints.
Print an Image Using Camera Specified Settings (DPOF Print)
You can make prints according to the DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) setting specified on the
camera.
For details on the DPOF settings, refer to the user guide provided with your camera.
1
2
3
Turn the printer on, and insert the
memory card into the appropriate
memory card slot (p. 26).
Press
Print] with
Press
or
and select [DPOF
.
and check the settings.
Date and FileNo. set with the
camera
2
• Insert a memory card that has
already had DPOF settings
made with the camera,
otherwise the printer will not
display [DPOF Print] in the
menu screen.
3
• The date and file number reflect
the DPOF settings. These
settings cannot be changed with
the printer.
• The printer's settings are
reflected, such as [Borders]*,
[Page Layout]*, [Correct RedEye]*, [Auto Optimize]*, [Adjust
Image], and [My Colors] when
printing with a Canon camera.
Set [Print Settings] (p. 46) in
advance.
* [Print type] set to [Standard] in
[Print Settings] (when using a
Canon digital camera)
The Print type set with the
camera
:Number of standard prints
:Number of index prints
Number of sheets required for
printing
4
Press
.
• Printing starts.
Printing from Memory Cards
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Selecting an Image during Auto Play for Printing (Auto Play)
All images on the memory card are automatically played back and an image can be printed by
pausing auto play while that image is displayed. Each image displays for 3 seconds.
1
2
3
Turn the printer on, and insert the
memory card in the appropriate
memory card slot (p. 26).
Press
Play] with
Press
or
.
Press
after displaying the image
you wish to print.
• Printing starts.
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Printing from Memory Cards
• Press
during auto play to
pause/resume.
• Press
or
while auto play
is paused to return to the
previous image or move forward
to the next image.
• Press
or
while auto play is
paused to return to the menu
screen.
4
• Set borders, dates and other
functions in [Print Settings] in
advance (p. 46).
and select [Auto
.
• Images are automatically played after they
have finished being read.
4
3
Creative Print
Creative Print allows for easy printing of images in a few simple steps, following the instructions
on the screen.
With this function, Frames, Clip Art, Calendar, Multi Layout, Speech Bubble, ID Photo, Movie Print
and Image Effects (SELPHY ES2 only) options are available.
Frames
Images with added frames are
printed.
Clip Art
Images with added clip art stamps are
printed.
Calendar
A one-month calendar and images
are printed after selecting one of the
available layouts.
Multi Layout
Images are printed as a picture diary.
You can enjoy writing your messages
with a marker pen.
Speech Bubble
Images are printed out overlaid with a
speech bubble. You can enjoy writing
your messages in the speech bubble
with a marker pen.
ID Photo
The desired size of the final image is
set, and a portion of the image is
printed as ID photos.
Movie Print
Movie frames are printed at regular
intervals on a single sheet.
Image Effects
(SELPHY ES2 only)
Images with added print effects are
printed.
Printing from Memory Cards
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Creative Print
How to Use the Menu
1
2
Turn the printer on, and insert the
memory card into the appropriate
memory card slot (p. 26).
Press
2
• Press
or
in [Creative
Print] after pressing
to display the
Creative Print menu.
• When there is no movie file on a
memory card, [Movie Print] is
not displayed.
• Image Effects displays only on
the SELPHY ES2.
3
• Settings such as the page
layout and speech bubbles are
retained after turning the power
off.
4
• The function settings are
retained on the printer even if
the power is turned off.
• Multiple functions cannot be
applied to an image at the same
time.
.
• The Creative Print
menu is displayed.
3
4
Press
,
,
or
to select the
desired function and press
.
Make settings and then print.
• For detailed settings for each item, refer to
p. 33 - 41.
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Printing from Memory Cards
Creative Print
How to Set Menu Items
Frames
1
Select [Frames] in [Creative Print].
• For selecting [Frames], refer to How to Use
the Menu (p. 32).
2
3
Press
press
or
.
1
• [Frames] is available only for
Postcard size. When using L
size or card size, [Frames] is
not displayed on the Creative
Print menu.
3
• Depending on the frame,
may appear. When
you press
, you can
rotate the frame 180 degrees
and match the orientation of the
image.
4
• Use
or
for specifying
the number of prints.
to select the image and
Press
or
to select the desired
frame and press
.
• The print confirmation screen is displayed.
4
5
Check the settings on the screen.
Press
.
• Printing starts.
Printing from Memory Cards
33
Creative Print
Clip Art
1
Select [Clip Art] in [Creative Print].
• For selecting [Clip Art], refer to How to Use
the Menu (p. 32).
2
3
4
Press
press
or
.
to select the image and
Press
,
,
or
to select the
desired clip art stamp and press
.
Press
,
,
or
to place the
clip art stamps where you wish and
press
.
• The print confirmation screen is displayed.
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Printing from Memory Cards
4
• Press
to add clip art
stamps and place it.
• A single image can contain up
to 10 clip art stamps.
• Press
or
button to rotate
clip art stamps.
• If you press
while
selecting one or more clip art
stamps, the confirmation screen
to clear clip art stamps appears.
Select [OK], and all clip art
stamps are cleared, and the
display returns to the clip art
stamp selection screen.
• You cannot enlarge or reduce
clip art stamps.
• All the settings for clip art
stamps are cleared when
or
is pressed.
Creative Print
5
6
Check the settings on the screen.
5
Press
.
• Use
or
for specifying
the number of prints.
• Printing starts.
Calendar
1
Select [Calendar] in [Creative Print].
• For selecting [Calendar], refer to How to Use
the Menu (p. 32).
2
3
Press
,
,
or
to select the
desired layout and press
.
Press
,
,
or
to select the
desired background color and press
.
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35
Creative Print
4
5
Press
or
and
or
calendar settings and press
Press
press
or
.
to make
.
to select the image and
4
• You can set [Year], [Month],
[Week start day], and [Highlight]
in the calendar setting screen.
• The day set in [Highlight] is
printed in a different color from
the other days of the week.
• National holidays cannot be set.
• The names of the days of the
week on the calendar are
printed in the language set in
[Language] in [Printer Setup].
5
• Press
to enlarge
and print a portion of an image
(trimming) (p. 44).
• If you layout and trim the image,
the trimming frame has an
arrow icon (
) attached to it
that allows you to determine the
correct orientation for the image
once it has been trimmed.
• The print confirmation
screen is displayed.
6
7
Check the settings on the screen.
Press
• Printing starts.
36
Shows which direction will be
up
.
Printing from Memory Cards
6
• Use
or
for specifying
the number of prints.
Creative Print
Multi Layout
1
Select [Multi Layout] in [Creative Print].
• For selecting [Multi Layout], refer to How to
Use the Menu (p. 32).
2
3
Press
,
,
or
to select the
desired layout and press
.
Press
,
,
or
to select the
desired background color and press
.
4
• A preview of the layout is
displayed on the right edge of
the screen.
• Select an image and press
,
a frame number and
are
added on the image.
• You can specify the same
image to multiple frames.
• You cannot make a blank frame.
• Press
to enlarge
and print a portion of an image
(trimming) (p. 44).
• When pressing
or
to set after assigning
images to frames, all assigned
images are canceled.
• If you layout and trim the image,
the trimming frame has an
arrow icon (
) attached to it
that allows you to determine the
correct orientation for the image
once it has been trimmed.
Shows which direction will be
up
4
Press
press
or
.
to select the image and
• When pressing
after
assigning an image to
all frames, the print
confirmation screen is
displayed.
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37
Creative Print
5
6
Check the settings on the screen.
5
Press
.
• Printing starts.
Speech Bubble
1
Select [Speech Bubble] in [Creative
Print].
• For selecting [Speech Bubble], refer to How
to Use the Menu (p. 32).
2
3
38
Press
press
or
.
to select an image and
Press
,
,
or
to select the
desired speech bubble and press
.
Printing from Memory Cards
• Use
or
for specifying
the number of prints.
Creative Print
4
5
6
7
Press
,
,
or
to select the
color for the speech bubble and press
.
5
• Press
or
to rotate the
speech bubble.
• You cannot enlarge or reduce
the speech bubble.
6
• Use
or
for specifying
the number of prints.
Press
,
,
or
to place the
speech bubble where you wish and
press
.
Check the settings on the screen.
Press
.
• Printing starts.
ID Photo
1
Select [ID Photo] in [Creative Print].
• For selecting [ID Photo], refer to How to Use
the Menu (p. 32).
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39
Creative Print
2
3
4
Press
press
or
.
to select an image and
Trim the image to the desired size and
press
.
Check the settings on the screen.
Press
.
• Printing starts.
40
• You can print an ID photo from
an image that equals the
recording pixels of Canon brand
digital cameras' L (Large) mode
such as the PowerShot series.
• If you have selected an image
that cannot be printed as ID
photo, press
to display the
guidance.
3
• You can set [Long Side] and
[Short Side] in the size setting
screen.
• The preview of the page layout
displayed on the right side of
the screen is used as an
example.
4
• For detailed information on
trimming, refer to Enlarging and
Printing a Portion of an Image
(Trimming) (p. 44).
• The size of the trimming frame
changes depending on the size
you set.
5
• Use
or
for specifying
the number of prints.
• The ID photo may not be
accepted officially, depending
on the institution the ID photo is
required for. Please contact the
appropriate institution for
details.
Press
,
,
or
to set the
finished size and press
.
• The print confirmation
screen is displayed.
5
6
2
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Creative Print
Movie Print
1
Select [Movie Print] in [Creative Print].
• For selecting [Movie Print], refer to How to
Use the Menu (p. 32).
2
Press
press
or
.
1
• Only movies shot with Canon
digital cameras, such as the
PowerShot series, can be
printed.
• You cannot playback movies.
2
• The first frame of a movie is
displayed in the movie select
screen.
• A movie cannot be enlarged.
3
• Use
or
for specifying
the number of prints.
to select the image and
• The print confirmation
screen is displayed.
3
4
Check the settings on the screen.
Press
.
• Printing starts.
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Creative Print
Image Effects (SELPHY ES2 only)
Faded Edges
Creates the effect of the center of
the image being clear while the
surrounding area is fainter and
fading out.
Soft Edges
Creates the effect of the center of
the image being in focus, with the
surrounding area out of focus.
Soft Focus
Creates the effect of a soft focus
lens or soft focus filter to soften the
image.
Star Lights
Creates the effect of bright spots in
an image being enlarged with a
sparkle effect.
1
Select [Image Effect] in [Creative Print].
Sample of Image Effects
Faded Edges
Soft Edges
Soft Focus
• For selecting [Print Effects], refer to How to
Use the Menu (p. 32).
2
Press
or
to select the desired
print effect and press
.
• The example of the
print effect is displayed.
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Star Lights
Creative Print
3
Press
press
or
.
to select the image and
4
• Use
or
for specifying
the number of prints.
• The print confirmation
screen is displayed.
4
5
Check the settings on the screen.
Press
.
• Printing starts.
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Enlarging and Printing a Portion of an Image (Trimming)
You can trim a part of the desired image and print in Basic Printing (p. 27), the [Calendar] mode in
Creative Printing (p. 35), [Multi Layout] mode (p. 37), and [ID Photo] mode (p. 39).
Basic Operation for Trimming
1
2
Press
or
wish to trim.
to select the image you
Press
1
.
• The trimming setting
screen is displayed on
the printer's LCD
monitor.
3
44
Press
to set the aspect of
the rotated trimming frame.
Printing from Memory Cards
• You cannot trim an image
smaller than 640 x 480, or
narrower than aspect ratio 16:9.
• Maximum of 50 images can be
trimmed.
Enlarging and Printing a Portion of an Image (Trimming)
4
5
6
Press
,
,
trimming area.
or
to set the
6
• Press
to print images set for
trimming and other selected
images at the same time (only
for Basic Printing (p. 27).
7
• The trim setting is canceled
after printing has finished.
Press
or
to set the size of the
trimming frame.
Press
.
• The setting is completed.
7
Press
.
• Printing starts.
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Print Settings
You can set print-related items, such as date on or off, border or borderless, print layout.
How to Use the Menu
1
2
Turn the printer on and press
Press
or
.
to select [Print Settings] and press
.
• The print setting menu is displayed.
3
Press
or
to select an item and press
to change the setting value.
or
, or
• For the settings of each item, refer to p. 47 - 51.
4
Press
.
• The setting value is saved.
4
46
• To cancel the settings and return to the menu screen, press
• If you press
or
before you press
saved.
Printing from Memory Cards
.
, the changed setting cannot be
Print Settings
Print Setting Menu
The default setting is marked as
Item
.
Description
Settings
*1
Prints the date on the image.
On, Off (
)
No.*1
Prints the file number on the image.
On, Off (
)
Prints borders on the image.
Bordered, Borderless (
Sets the number of images to print on a single
sheet of paper, the number of images to print,
or to make an index print.
Refer to p. 49
Correct RedEye*1
Corrects Red-eye (occuring in images when
taking photos with a flash in a dark area).
On, Off (
Auto Optimize*1
Corrects the image quality automatically for
optimum image quality.
On (
Adjust Image
Corrects image brightness, contrast, or
sharpness as desired.
Refer to p. 50
My Colors*2
Changes the color of the image.
Refer to p. 51
Sets the date format used when printing out
with the date.
yy/mm/dd,
mm/dd/yy,
dd/mm/yy
Date
File
Borders*1
Page Layout
Date
*1
*2
*3
*1
Format*3
)
)
), Off
The settings are not reflected when printing with a camera connected (the camera's settings are applied). If
you set the camera to [Default] when printing from the camera connected with
(PictBridge), the setting is
reflected.
Images cannot be displayed when using the black and white cartridge (Easy Photo Pack E-P25BW).
The default date format varies by region.
Correct Red-Eye
• Depending on the image, red-eye may not be automatically detected or optimally corrected.
Examples as follows.
- Faces that appear extremely small, large, dark or bright in relation to the overall image.
- Faces turned to the side or at a diagonal, or faces with a portion hidden.
• Images that do not contain red-eye could have portions of the image other than the eyes
mistakenly corrected. Set [Correct Red-Eye] to [On] only when printing images with red-eye.
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Print Settings
Printing with Date, File No., Borders or Page Layout
• If you set the Date, File No., Borders and Page Layout in advance, some print settings may not
be available. Check the table below.
{ : Setting available
– : Setting not available
Creative Print
Basic
Printing
Print All
Photos
DPOF Print
Auto Play
Date
{
{
–
{
–
{
{
{
{
–
–
{
File No.
{
{
–
{
–
{
{
{
{
–
–
{
*
{
–
–
–
–
{
–
–
–
*
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Borders
Page
Layout
{
{
{
{
{
{
* [Print type] set to [Standard] in [Print Settings] (when using a Canon digital camera)
: Frames
: Clip Art
: Calendar
: Multi Layout
: Speech Bubble
: ID Photo
: Movie Print
: Image Effects
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Print Settings
Page Layout
1-up (
)
Prints a single image per sheet.
2-up
Prints 2 images per sheet.
4-up
Prints 4 images per sheet.
8-up
Prints 8 images per sheet.
Fixed Size
Prints the image with a white border
on the right side.
[Fixed Size] can be set only when
using L size and postcard size.
You can write your message on
the blank side with a marker pen.
Index
Prints a thumbnail index.
• The page layout you can select differs according to the paper you use.
• You can set bordered or borderless when the setting is 1-up, 2-up, 4-up or 8-up.
• When the page layout is set to [Index] and the print mode is set to [Print All Photos] (p. 28), all of
the images in memory card can be printed out as a thumbnail index.
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Print Settings
Adjust Image
Off (
)
Brightness
Prints the image without
adjusting image.
Corrects the image
brightness.
: Makes the image darker.
: Makes the image lighter.
Contrast
Sharpness
Corrects the difference
between light and dark
(gradation) areas of the
image.
: Reduces the difference between light
and dark so that medium color stands
out.
: Increases the difference between light
and dark.
Corrects the outline of the
image.
: Softens the image outline.
: Sharpens the image outline.
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Print Settings
My Colors
Off (
)
The image is printed out without the My Colors function applied.
Vivid
Contrast and color depth are enhanced to produce strong hues.
Neutral
Contrast and color depth are suppressed to produce subdued hues.
Sepia
Images are printed out in sepia tone.
B/W
Images are printed out in black and white.
Positive Film
This setting makes red, green or blue colors more intense, similar to the
[Vivid Red], [Vivid Green] or [Vivid Blue] effects. It produces intense, yet
natural-looking colors, such as those obtained with positive film.
Lighter Skin*
Skin tones are reproduced in a lighter tone.
*
Darker Skin
Skin tones are reproduced in a darker tone.
Vivid Blue
The color blue is enhanced. This is good for printing subjects containing
lots of blue, such as sky and sea, more vividly.
Vivid Green
The color green is enhanced. This is good for printing subjects
containing lots of green, such as mountains, new growth, flowering
plants and lawns, more vividly.
Vivid Red
The color red is enhanced. This is good for printing subjects containing
lots of red, such as red flowers and cars, more vividly.
* If an image contains the colors of human skin, these colors will also be changed. Skin color effects are
sometimes not produced depending on the color of the skin.
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Printing from Camera
Print from camera supporting
(PictBridge) or
(Direct Print) by connecting it to the printer with a
USB cable.
PictBridge is an industry standard that allows any
digital camera or video camera, regardless of the
manufacturer or model, to print images taken with
the camera directly to a printer without using a
computer.
• Make sure that a memory card is not inserted in the printer, or that no computer is
connected to the printer before connecting a camera.
• Make sure that the camera is PictBridge or Direct Print compliant.
• Use the interface cable (USB cable) supplied with the camera to connect to the printer.
• Ensure the camera's communication settings are configured correctly.
• Set the print setup with the camera.
• For camera handling details, refer to the camera user’s guide.
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Printing from Camera
Printing Images When Connected with Camera
This guide explains the procedure for printing with a Canon digital camera connected as an
example.
Communication Settings for Camera
Depending on the model of the camera, it may be necessary to change the communication
settings prior to connecting the camera to the printer.
For EOS 5D, EOS 10D, EOS 20D, EOS 30D, EOS 300D and EOS 350D cameras, set
[Communication] in the camera's menu to [PTP], or [Print/PTP] or [Print/PC]. See the user guide
supplied with the camera for details.
1
2
Open the terminal cover.
Connect a camera to the printer's USB terminal for camera
connection with the interface cable supplied with the camera.
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Printing Images When Connected with Camera
3
4
Press
until the power lamp lights green to turn on the power.
Turn the camera's power on to display an image.
• Camera Direct screen is
displayed on the LCD
monitor of the printer.
• The
(PictBridge) or
the
(Direct Print) icon
is displayed on the LCD
monitor of the camera.
5
6
Select the desired image to print with the camera.
Press
(Print/Share Button).
• Printing starts.
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4
• The ON button lights steadily green once it is ready to print.
• The power lamp of the printer blinks or lights red if any error occurs while connecting or
printing.
A message is then displayed on the LCD monitor which may differ depending on the model of
the camera.
• Before you disconnect the USB cable, turn the printer's power off.
• If the
(Direct Print) icon is displayed on the LCD monitor of the camera, the black and
white cartridge (Easy Photo Pack E-P25BW) cannot be used.
6
• If the camera does not feature the
button, perform the printing procedure with the
camera.
• The camera returns to the playback screen once printing is successfully completed.
• Printing cannot be canceled with
on the printer while printing with a camera
connected. Operate the camera to cancel printing.
• If printing does not start, check the camera's LCD monitor for any messages (p. 96).
• The setting of date, print copies, or layout is available with Canon camera (This may not apply
to some models, however). For more details, see the Camera User's Guide supplied with the
camera.
Printing from Camera
Printing from a Mobile
Phone (Wireless Printing)
Transmit and print out images shot with a
camera-equipped mobile phone supporting
infrared data communication (SELPHY ES2 only)
or Bluetooth.
• Do not insert a memory card or connect a camera or computer to the printer during
wireless printing.
• You cannot print via wireless connection between the printer and a computer.
• Only image data files up to 3 MB can be sent (maximum data size varies depending on
the mobile phone).
• Data transmission time increases when data size is large. Accordingly, it may take some
time before printing starts.
• E-mail and phone directories cannot be printed.
• Downloaded contents or image data, for example, downloaded from a URL attached to
mail may not be printable due to the security settings on the mobile phone.
• Movies cannot be printed.
• The printer may not be able to print images saved onto the memory card of certain
mobile phones.
• The position and orientation (horizontal or vertical) of images for printing is set
automatically by the printer. Since images are enlarged or reduced to fit the paper size,
the edges of the image may be cropped with certain combinations of image and paper
sizes.
• IrSimple is not supported.
• See the user’s manual of your mobile phone for information on how to use its wireless
functions.
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Infrared (IrDA) Wireless Printing (SELPHY ES2 only)
Print images transmitted from a mobile phone supporting infrared data communication (IrDA).
z The mobile phone must have the following features.
• Infrared data communication (infrared data communication port supporting IrDA)
• Built-in camera capable of recording and saving JPEG images.
1
2
3
Check that no memory cards are inserted in the printer, no
Bluetooth unit is attached, and the camera is not connected via
USB cable.
Press
green.
to turn the printer's power on until the power lamp lights
Transmit an image from your mobile phone to the printer.
• Printing starts after data
transmission is completed.
Within 20 cm (7.9 in.) (Do not
place objects within this
range.)
Effective range
Approx. 10 degrees (both top
or bottom and left or right)
3
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• Printing is done according to the setting value specified in [Print Settings]. Setting of each item
must be done in advance (p. 46).
• During transmission, the power lamp blinks green. If transmission is interrupted, the power
lamp stops blinking and lights green. Check the message appearing on the mobile phone
display if an error occurs.
• Printing cannot be canceled by pressing
during infrared printing.
• If the transfer is not working well, reposition the mobile phone closer and directly in front of the
infrared data receiver and reinitiate the transfer.
• Note that the distance over which infrared signals can be transmitted and received varies
according to the mobile phone model. For details on connection, refer to your mobile phone's
manual.
Printing from a Mobile Phone (Wireless Printing)
Printing via Bluetooth
By installing Bluetooth Unit BU-20 (sold separately) on the printer you can print images by
transmitting data from a Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone.
z The mobile phone must have the following features.
• Built-in Bluetooth and profiles compatible with OPP (Object Push Profile) or BIP (Basic
Imaging Profile). For details on compatible profiles, refer to the user manual of the mobile
phone.
• A built-in camera capable of recording and saving JPEG images.
1
2
3
4
Check that no memory cards are inserted in the printer, and that no
camera is connected to the printer via USB cable.
Install Bluetooth Unit BU-20, sold separately.
Press
green.
to turn the printer's power on until the power lamp lights
Make the Bluetooth settings.
• For details on Bluetooth settings, refer to Bluetooth Settings in
Printer Setup Menu (p. 79).
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Printing via Bluetooth
5
Transmit an image from your mobile phone to the printer.
• Printing starts after
data transmission is
completed.
Up to approx. 10 m (33 ft.)
5
58
• Bluetooth Unit blinks blue during transmission. If data transfer is interrupted, the blinking will
stop. Check the message appearing on the mobile phone display if an error occurs.
• Printing cannot be canceled by pressing
during Bluetooth printing.
• For details on how to send or make Bluetooth connection, refer to the Bluetooth manual.
• Maximum communication distance is approx.10 m (approx. 33 ft.). However, the following
conditions sometimes cause this distance or printing speed to change:
- Obstacles or radio wave conditions between communication devices
- Sites where magnetic fields, static electricity or radio wave interference is generated
- Reception sensitivity and antenna performance of the communication devices
Printing from a Mobile Phone (Wireless Printing)
Printing from a PC
Print from a computer connected to the printer.
• Make sure that a memory card is not inserted in the printer, or that no camera is
connected to the printer before connecting a computer.
• When using the USB cable, be sure to connect the printer directly to your computer. If
you connect the USB cable to a USB hub, the printer may not function properly.
• The printer may not function properly if other USB devices (with the exception of a USB
mouse or USB keyboard) are used at the same time as the printer. Disconnect any other
USB devices from your computer and then reconnect the printer.
• Do not put your computer into the standby mode (or sleep mode) while the printer is
connected to a USB port. If you accidentally do so, do not disconnect the USB cable
from your computer while it is in standby mode.
• Do not connect the computer to the printer before installing the printer driver. Follow the
instructions of this guide.
• You must login to the computer as an administrator before beginning installation.
• For details on how to use the computer, refer to the computer's manual.
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System Requirements
Install the software on a computer meeting the following minimum requirements.
Windows
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OS
Windows Vista
Windows XP Service Pack 2
Windows 2000 Service Pack 4
Configuration
The above OS should be pre-installed on computers with builtin USB ports.
CPU
Windows Vista: Pentium 1.3 GHz or higher processor
Windows XP/Windows 2000: Pentium 500 MHz or higher
processor
RAM
Windows Vista: 512 MB or more
Windows XP/Windows 2000: 256 MB or more
Interface
USB
Free Hard Disk Space
Canon Utility
• ZoomBrowser EX: 200 MB or more
Ulead Photo Express LE: 300 MB or more
Canon SELPHY Printer Driver: 4 MB or more
(the amount of free space required for installation)
Display
1,024 x 768 pixels or more
High Color (16 bit) or better
Printing from a PC
System Requirements
Macintosh
OS
Mac OS X (v10.3 - v10.4)
Configuration
The above OS should be pre-installed on computers with builtin USB ports.
CPU
PowerPC G3/G4/G5 or Intel processor
RAM
256 MB or more
Interface
USB
Free Hard Disk Space
Canon Utility
• ImageBrowser: 300 MB or more
Canon SELPHY Printer Driver: 4 MB or more
(the amount of free space required for installation)
Display
1,024 x 768 pixels or more
32,000 colors or better
•
•
•
•
A CD-ROM drive is required to install the software.
Even when system requirements are met, not all computer functions can be guaranteed.
Ulead Photo Express LE supported on Windows Vista and Windows XP only.
Macintosh software cannot be used on disks formatted in the UFS (Unix File System) format.
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Installing the Printer Driver and Software
The Compact Photo Printer Solution Disk contains software that your computer requires for
printing. Install the printer driver and the software according to the following steps.
• Before you install the printer driver, do not connect the printer to a computer.
• The instructions in this section are intended for Windows XP and Mac OS X (v10.4). If you are
using another version of OS, actual screen contents and procedures may differ slightly from
those indicated here.
Windows
Installing the Printer Driver
1
Place the supplied Compact Photo
Printer Solution Disk in the computer.
• The installer panel is displayed.
2
3
Select the printer you are using.
Click [Yes], if you consent to all the
conditions of the software license
agreement.
• The installer starts and the screen indicating
to connect the printer is displayed.
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1
• Close any programs that are
running.
Installing the Printer Driver and Software
4
Connect the printer to the computer
following the instructions on the screen
and turn the printer's power on.
4
• When connecting the printer to
the computer, a commercially
available USB cable is required.
The USB cable should be less
than 3 meters long.
• After connecting the printer to
the computer, the PC
connection screen appears on
the LCD monitor.
• A dialog box appears informing you that the
installation is complete.
5
• Press
when the following
screen appears.
Click [Finish].
• Installation of the printer driver is completed.
• Next, install the software on your computer.
• Restart your computer when a
dialog box appears instructing
you to do so.
5
• If you wish to uninstall the
printer driver, do as follows on
your computer. Click the [Start]
button and select [All Programs]
- [Canon SELPHY XXXX] [Uninstaller].
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Installing the Printer Driver and Software
Installing the Software
6
Set the supplied Compact Photo
Printer Solution Disk in the computer.
6
• If the CD-ROM is already set
and the installer panel does not
appear, remove and reinsert the
CD-ROM.
7
• Click [Custom Installation] to
select programs for individual
installation.
9
• If you wish to uninstall the
software, do as follows on your
computer. Click the [Start]
button and select [All Programs]
- [Canon Utilities] - [Zoom
Browser EX] - [Zoom Browser
EX Uninstall].
• You can use the same
procedure to uninstall other
software. To uninstall Ulead
Photo Express LE, click the
[Start] button and select [Control
Panel] - [Add or Remove
Programs].
• The installer panel is displayed.
7
Click the Application Software [Easy
Installation] button.
• The screen for
confirming the
installation appears.
8
Click [Install].
• Follow the onscreen
instructions to
proceed until a
dialog box informing
you that the
installation is
completed appears.
9
Click [Finish].
• Software installation is complete. Remove the
CD-ROM.
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Installing the Printer Driver and Software
Macintosh
Installing the Printer Driver
1
2
3
Place the supplied Compact Photo
Printer Solution Disk in the computer
and double-click the
icon in the
CD-ROM window.
1
• Close any programs that are
running.
Select the printer you are using.
Click [Agree] if you consent to all the
conditions of the software license
agreement.
• Installer starts.
4
Click
and select [Easy Install], then,
click [Install].
• Installation starts.
Follow the
onscreen
instructions until a
dialog box
informing you to
restart appears.
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Installing the Printer Driver and Software
5
6
Following the instructions on the
screen, then restart your computer.
Connect the printer to the computer
and turn the printer's power on.
6
• When connecting the printer to
the computer, a USB cable is
required. The USB cable should
be less than 3 meters long.
• After connecting the printer to
the computer, the PC
connection screen appears on
the LCD monitor.
• Press
when the following
screen appears.
7
Double-click the [Printer Setup Utility]
in [Applications] - [Utilities] folder.
• The printer list window appears.
8
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Click the [Add] button.
Printing from a PC
Installing the Printer Driver and Software
9
Click [Default Browser], select the
printer you are using, and then click the
[Add] button.
• Installation of
printer driver is
completed. Close
the window.
9
• If you wish to uninstall the
printer driver, double-click the
icon in Solution Disk, select
the installer panel, and follow
the on-screen instructions.
Next, delete the printer from the
Printer list.
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Installing the Printer Driver and Software
Installing Software
10
Place the supplied Compact Photo
Printer Solution Disk in the computer
and double-click the
icon in the
CD-ROM window.
• The installer panel is displayed.
11
12
Click [Install].
Select [Easy Installation] and click
[Next].
• Follow the
onscreen
instructions to
proceed until a
dialog box
informing you that
the installation is
complete appears.
13
Click [OK].
• Software installation is complete. Remove the
CD-ROM.
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Printing from a PC
12
• Click [Custom Installation] to
select programs for individual
installation.
13
• If you wish to uninstall the
software, drag the application's
folder (the folder in which it was
installed) into the Trash, and
empty the Trash.
Introduction to the Supplied Programs
• For printing operations, refer to the [Help] menu of the software.
Windows
Ulead Photo Express
LE (Windows Vista,
Windows XP only)
This software allows the easy
editing of images in various ways
using templates or by inputting
text.
ZoomBrowser EX
In addition to printing images, this
multifunction program is capable
of managing, displaying, editing,
and exporting images.
Macintosh
ImageBrowser
In addition to printing images, this
multifunction program is capable
of managing, displaying, editing,
and exporting images.
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Introduction to the Supplied Programs
Ulead Photo Express LE
This section give a basic overview of inserting frames and text, and then printing.
If you have questions about Ulead Photo Express LE, please access the URL below:
http://www.ulead.com/events/canon/selphy/
1
2
3
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Select [SELPHY] and click
[SELPHY Print].
Select the paper from the list on the left, select the desired frame to
use and click
[Replace].
Select the desired image to print, click
, determine the
image size and position, then click
[Customize].
Printing from a PC
Introduction to the Supplied Programs
4
5
6
7
Select
[Text], click [Add/Edit].
Type the desired text to print, click
the text, then click
[Print].
, adjust the position of
Determine the printer name, paper size, cartridge, layout, and
copies in use, then click
.
Printing completes.
2
• Frames can be assigned only when [Postcard size] or [L size] paper is selected.
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Using the Battery Pack
(SELPHY ES2 only)
You can print outdoors or at locations without a
power outlet by installing Battery Pack NB-ES1L
(sold separately) into the SELPHY ES2. SELPHY
ES20, however, does not accept a battery pack.
Use of genuine Canon accessories is recommended.
This product is designed to achieve excellent performance when
used with genuine Canon accessories. Canon shall not be liable
for any damage to this product and/or accidents such as fire,
caused by the malfunction of non-genuine Canon accessories
(e.g., a leakage and/or explosion of a battery pack). Please note
that this warranty does not apply to repairs arising out of the
malfunction of non-genuine Canon accessories, although you may
request such repairs on a chargeable basis.
• Battery Pack NB-CP2L cannot be used.
• Do not use the battery pack in products other than those recommended by Canon.
• Do not lose the battery pack terminal cover. It is required for battery storage.
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Using the Battery Pack (SELPHY ES2 only)
Installing the Battery Pack
Install the battery pack NB-ES1L (sold separately) to the printer.
1
2
3
Remove the battery pack's terminal
cover.
1
• If the battery terminals are dirty,
it results in a poor connection.
Before recharging or using the
battery, polish the terminals with
a slender, soft tipped cotton
swab.
• When the battery pack is not
used, remove it from the printer
and be sure to put the terminal
cover on.
Remove the battery cover lever.
2
• To remove the battery cover,
slide the battery cover lever
upwards and remove the cover.
3
• Push the battery pack until it
clicks into place.
• To remove the battery pack,
slide the battery cover lever
upwards and remove the
battery.
Install the battery pack in the printer.
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Charging the Battery Pack
Install the battery pack NB-ES1L and charge it.
• It takes approximately 4 hours to bring a depleted battery pack to a full charge state (based on
standard Canon testing criteria).
- We recommend recharging the battery pack in a temperature of 5 - 40 °C (41 - 104 °F).
- The charging time will vary depending on the ambient temperature and charge state.
• If Auto Power Down is set to [On], the printer will automatically turn off when powered by the
battery if it is not used for five minutes or more.
1
Install the battery pack in the printer.
• For details on how to install, refer to Installing
the Battery Pack (p. 73).
2
Connect the compact power adapter to
the printer.
Situate the printer with at least
15 cm (6 in.) of free space in
front and back and at least 10
cm (4 in.) of free space on the
sides.
To power outlet
15 cm
(6 in.)
15 cm
(6 in.)
10 cm
(4 in.)
• For more connection details, refer to Placing/
Connecting the Printer (p. 22).
• Charging starts.
3
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Disconnect the compact power adapter
cord from the printer once charging is
complete.
Using the Battery Pack (SELPHY ES2 only)
2
• The power lamp lights orange
while charging and turns off
once the battery pack is fully
charged.
• If the printer's power turns on
while charging the battery pack,
charging will stop. If the power
is turned off again, charging will
resume.
• Turn the printer power off and
turn it on again if the battery
does not start charging.
Checking the Battery Status
If battery power is low, the printer's power lamp blinks orange. Check battery status by the icon or
message displayed in the LCD monitor of the printer, and recharge the battery pack or change it
for a fully charged one.
Battery Status
Indication
Description
There is sufficient battery power.
To use the printer for a long time, either use fully charged batteries or
charge the battery as soon as possible.
Battery power is low. We recommend recharging the battery pack.
(Blinking red)
Recharge the printer
battery
Printing is not possible.
Change it for a fully charged battery pack or recharge the battery
pack immediately. You can also use the printer's compact power
adapter.
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Handling of the Battery Pack
• This is a lithium ion battery pack so there is no need to completely use or discharge it before
recharging.
- It can be charged at any time.
• You are advised to charge the battery on the day of use, or one day before, to ensure a full
charge.
- Even charged battery packs continue to discharge naturally.
• If the performance of the battery diminishes substantially even when it is fully charged, its life has
been exceeded and it should be replaced.
- Replace it with a new battery.
• If battery power is low, the finished print may not be ejected into the print receptacle completely
and printing may stop.
- If this happens, change the battery pack with a fully charged one, or use the printer's compact
power adapter.
• Although the battery pack's maximum operating range is 5 to 40 °C (41 to 104 °F), the optimal
range is 10 to 30 °C (50 to 86 °F).
• At lower temperatures, battery performance is sometimes reduced and the low battery power
icon (
,
) may be displayed earlier than usual.
- Battery performance can be recovered by putting the battery pack in your pocket, for example,
to warm it up before use.
Battery Storage
z Remove the battery pack from the printer when the battery pack is not used, be sure to attach
the terminal cover.
z Do not carry or store the battery pack with metal objects with sharp edges, such as paper clips
and pins. Always put the terminal cover on the battery pack's terminal when carrying it or before
storing it.
z When storing a battery pack, you are recommended to use it in the printer until it is completely
discharged and to store it in an indoor location with low relative humidity and between the
temperatures of 0 - 30 °C (32 - 86 °F). Storing the battery fully charged for long periods of time
(about 1 year) shortens the battery life and causes its performance to decline. When you do not
use it for long period of time, fully charge it once a year and store after fully discharging it in the
printer.
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Appendix
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Making Printer Settings
You can make various printer settings, such as language or power saving settings.
How to Use the Menu
1
2
Turn the printer on and press
Press
or
.
to select [Printer Setup] and press
.
• The printer setup screen is displayed.
3
Press
or
to select the item and change the setting value.
• For the settings of each item, refer to pp. p. 79 - 81.
4
Press
.
• The setting value is saved.
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3
• [Bluetooth] is displayed only when a Bluetooth unit is connected.
4
• If you press
, the setting is canceled and the screen returns to the menu screen.
Making Printer Settings
Printer Setup Menu
The default setting is marked as
.
Item
Description
Settings
Auto Rotate
By setting the camera, the image can be automatically
rotated on the LCD monitor.
On
, Off
Auto Power
Down
The printer automatically turns off if no operation is
performed for five minutes.
On
, Off
Bluetooth
Sets the model name and/or security details when using
Bluetooth. [Bluetooth] is displayed only when a Bluetooth
unit (sold separately) is connected.
Refer to p. 79
Language
Sets the display language of the LCD monitor.
Refer to p. 81
Transition
Sets the transition effects when you switch the image.
Fade, Wipe,
Off
Reset All
Reset the printer's settings to their defaults.
–
Bluetooth Settings
Device name
Selects a name from Canon ES2-1 (
) to ES2-9 (ES20-1 to ES20-9).
This is the name used when the target device (this printer) is selected
from the mobile phone. This setting distinguishes this device when
there are two or more Bluetooth-enabled devices capable of
communication.
Security
Selects either [On] or [Off] (
). When set to [On], the passkey for the
printer and mobile phone must be entered when connecting to the
printer.
Passkey
The passkey refers to an identification number to be determined. It is
used to prevent incorrect access from other Bluetooth devices. When
[Security] is set to [On], press
and set the key (4-digit
number) to enter on the mobile phone to enable printing. The default
passkey is "0000".
Deny Access
Selects either [On] or [Off] (
). Selecting [On] will disable searching
and printing from Bluetooth devices.
Reset
Reset Bluetooth settings to their defaults.
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Making Printer Settings
1
2
Press
to select [Printer Setup].
Select [Bluetooth] and press
.
• The Bluetooth setting screen is displayed.
3
4
Press
or
to select the items you wish to set and change
setting values.
Press
.
• The setting is saved and the screen returns to [Printer Setup].
1
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• For how to use the menu, refer to page page 78.
• For how to print using a Bluetooth unit, refer to Printing via Bluetooth (p. 57).
Making Printer Settings
Language
1
2
Press
to select the [Printer Setup].
Select [Language] and press
.
• The language selection screen is displayed.
3
Press
press
,
.
,
or
to select the language you wish to set and
• The selected language is set and the display returns to
[Printer Setup].
1
• For how to use the menu, refer to page 78.
• When no memory card is inserted, or when no camera or computer is connected to the printer,
press and hold down
and then press
to shortcut to the language set up
screen. Select the language and press
.The language is set and the display returns to the
standby screen.
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Cleaning the Printer
Cleaning the Inside of the Printer
Remove dust on the head of the cartridge with the supplied cleaner unit.
1
2
Remove the cartridge (p. 20).
Insert the cleaner unit in the cartridge compartment and push it in
completely and slide it in and out 2 or 3 times.
Arrow side facing up
• Do not touch white parts of the cleaner as its performance may be affected.
Cleaning the Printer Casing
Wipe the casing with a soft dry cloth.
• Never use volatile solvents such as benzine, paint thinner, or diluted neutral solvent. They may
cause deformation or peeling of the printer's casing.
Cleaning the Back of the Printer
Clean the dust from the air vents on the back. Dust will get on the ink sheet if it enters from the air
vents, preventing the printer from printing cleanly. If dust becomes lodged on the ink sheet, use a
blower brush to remove it so that you do not touch the ink sheet.
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Storing the Printer or the Printed Paper
Storing the Printer
Unplug the power cord from the power outlet (If using the battery pack, remove it).
Remove the cartridge from the printer and store it in its original package.
Storing Prints
• Avoid storing prints in the following places to prevent image quality from deteriorating.
- Places with high temperatures (40°C/104°F or higher).
- Places with high humidity or dusty areas.
- Places subject to direct sunlight.
• Please avoid the following actions as they may result in color change, color fading or color
bleeding.
- Sticking any type of adhesive tape on a print surface.
- Allowing print surfaces to come into contact with vinyl or plastic.
- Applying alcohol or other volatile solvents to a print surface.
- Leaving print surfaces tightly pressed against other surfaces or objects for prolonged
periods.
• If you wish to mount prints in an album, select an album with photo covers made of nylon,
polypropylene or cellophane.
• Color change may occur over time in accordance with conditions of storage. Canon assumes no
liability for color changes.
Carrying the Printer
When carrying the printer, lift the carrying handle up. We recommend carrying the printer with the
cleaner unit inserted.
• Close the print receptacle cover. If dirt or foreign objects enter the printer, print quality may
deteriorate.
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Safety Precautions
Use this equipment correctly according to the following precautions to avoid the risk of injury, fire,
electrical shock, malfunction or other hazards. Please also be sure to read Handling Precautions.
Equipment refers to the printer and compact power adapter.
The safety precautions noted on the following pages are intended to instruct you in the safe and
correct operation of the printer to prevent injuries or damage to yourself or other persons.
WARNING
Do not play the supplied CD-ROM(s) in any CD player that does not support data CDROMs.
Playing the CD-ROM(s) in an audio CD player (music player) could damage the
speakers. It is also possible to suffer from hearing loss from listening with
headphones to the loud sounds of a CD-ROM played on a music CD player.
Equipment
WARNING
Store the equipment in a place where it cannot be reached by children.
Do not disassemble or modify the equipment.
If the equipment is dropped or the casing becomes damaged, do not continue operation.
Stop operating the equipment immediately if it emits smoke or noxious fumes.
Do not allow water or other liquids to enter the interior of the equipment.
If the equipment is subjected to water droplets or damp salty air, gently wipe it with a soft,
absorbent cloth.
Do not insert or drop metallic objects or flammable substances into the equipment interior.
Immediately switch off the printer power and remove the power cord from the power outlet. (If
powering it by battery, remove the battery.)
Do not touch metal parts of devices or the power plug during thunderstorms.
Immediately stop using the equipment and distance yourself from it.
Do not use flammable solvents such as alcohol, benzine, or paint thinner to clean the
equipment.
Do not rest heavy objects on the power cord or plug, pull on it with excessive force or
damage it.
Do not use a power source (compact power adapter, battery) that is not specified for the
equipment.
Remove the power cord on a regular periodic basis and wipe away the dust and dirt that
collects on the plug, the exterior of the power outlet and the surrounding area.
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Safety Precautions
Do not handle the power cord if your hands are wet.
CAUTIONS
Do not stick any part of your hand into the printer interior.
Do not use or store the equipment in the following types of places.
Humid or dusty areas, places subject to heavy vibrations, places near flames, places subject to
strong sunlight, or hot places such as an automobile trunk or dashboard.
Do not attach metallic pins or allow dirt to collect on the power plug or recharging
connectors.
Do not excessively pull or bend the power cord.
Do not use the compact power adapter for any other equipment except this printer, use it
beyond its rated capacity or voltage, or leave the plug partially inserted into a power outlet.
Do not open the cartridge cover during printing.
• If you do so, printing will stop.
• Paper moves back and forth in the printer during printing. Placing your hand in the way of the
moving paper may result in injury.
Unplug the equipment when you are not using it.
Leaving the equipment plugged in during prolonged periods of non-use poses risk of electric
shock or fire.
Battery (SELPHY ES2 only)
WARNING
Do not place the battery pack near a heat source or expose it to direct flame or heat.
The battery pack should not be immersed in water.
Do not attempt to disassemble, alter or apply heat to the battery pack.
Avoid dropping or subjecting the battery pack to severe impacts that could damage the
casing.
Use only recommended battery pack and accessories.
There is a risk of the battery exploding or leaking. In the event that a battery leaks and the eyes,
mouth, skin or clothing contact these leaked substances, immediately flush with water.
When you are not using the printer, remove the battery and store it properly.
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Safety Precautions
Do not place anything, such as tablecloths, carpets, bedding or cushions, on top of the
battery charger while it is charging.
There is a risk of heat generation or deformation if it is left connected for a long period of time.
Before you discard a battery, cover the terminals with tape or other insulators to prevent
direct contact with other objects.
Contact with the metallic components of other materials in waste containers may lead to fire or
explosions.
CAUTIONS
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO LOCAL REGULATION.
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Handling Precautions
For the handling of memory cards, cameras, or computers, refer to the supplied user's manual of
each product.
Warning Against Copyright Infringement
Please respect all copyrights. Use of images produced by SELPHY ES2 or ES20 for purposes
other than personal entertainment may be prohibited by law.
Warranty Limitations
This printer's warranty is only effective in the country of sale. If a problem arises while the printer
is in use abroad, please convey it back to the country of sale before proceeding with a warranty
claim to a Canon Customer Support center.
Printer
Please avoid turning the printer's power on and off needlessly as the printer initialization
consumes ink.
There may not be enough ink left for the allotted sheets in the set.
Never use volatile compounds or insecticides on the printer, and do not allow rubber or
vinyl material to remain in prolonged contact with the printer.
These materials may cause deformation of the printer's casing.
If the printer overheats, it will temporarily stop operating. This does not mean that the
printer has malfunctioned.
The printer will resume normal printing as soon as it cools down.
Temporary stoppages are most likely to occur in the following cases:
- When printing continuously.
- If a room is unusually warm.
- If the air vents on the back of the printer are blocked or if ventilation is inadequate.
The carrying handle will snap back itself. Be careful not to catch a finger in it.
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Handling Precautions
If the print receptacle cover comes off, tilt the cover to LCD monitor side (
) align the tip
of the spring on the left side of the cover with the groove on the printer (
) , and then
insert the shaft on the right side of the cover into the printer (
).
If the print receptacle cover is not attached during printing, paper that is finished printing may
become jammed inside the printer.
Do not insert foreign objects into the print receptacle.
z To prevent malfunctions and damage caused by electromagnetic fields
Never position the equipment close to motors or other devices that generate strong
electromagnetic fields. Moreover, do not use near televisions or AM radio.
z To prevent condensation
You can avoid condensation by placing the equipment in an airtight, sealable plastic bag and
allow for adjustment to temperature changes gradually before removing from the bag.
In the event that condensation does form within the equipment, keep it at room temperature
until the water droplets evaporate naturally before use.
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Specification
All data is measured according to standard Canon testing procedures. We reserve the right to
change specifications without notice.
Compact Photo Printer SELPHY ES2/ES20
Printing Method
Dye-sublimation thermal transfer (with overcoating)
Print Resolution
300 x 600 dpi
(300 x 300 dpi : When a PC is connected, 2-up and higher layout
or Creative Print is selected)
Gradation
128 shades per color (300 x 600 dpi)
256 shades per color (300 x 300 dpi)
Ink
Dedicated ink and paper integrated cartridge
Color (Y, M, C and overcoating)
Black & White (Black & White and overcoating, Postcard size only)
Paper
Dedicated paper (Postcard size, L size, Card size (including fullsized label sheet ))
Print size
Borderless
Bordered
Postcard size
100.0 x 148.0 mm
(3.9 x 5.8 in.)
91.0 x 121.9 mm
(3.6 x 4.8 in.)
L size
89.0 x 119.0 mm
(3.5 x 4.7 in.)
78.2 x 104.9 mm
(3.1 x 4.1 in.)
Card size
54.0 x 86.0 mm
(2.1 x 3.4 in.)
49.5 x 66.0 mm
(2.0 x 2.6 in.)
Printing from Memory Cards
Connected to Cameras*1
Postcard size
Approx. 1 min. 9 sec.
Approx. 1 min. 9 sec.
L size
Approx. 1 min. 1 sec.
Approx. 1 min. 1 sec.
Card size
Approx. 53 sec.
Approx. 53 sec.
Printing Speed
Feeding system
Automatic paper feed from the cartridge
Ejection system
Automatic paper ejection to the print receptacle on top of the
printer (Message is displayed when the receptacle is full.)
LCD monitor
TFT color LCD (ES2: 3.0-inch type with tilt-up /
ES20: 2.5-inch type)
Interface
USB
Connecting to PictBridge compliant devices/
a Canon Direct Print compliant camera: USB compliant Type A
connector
Connecting to a PC: USB compliant Type B connector
Wireless
IrDA*2 (Print Beam) (SELPHY ES2 only) /
Bluetooth (Print Beam)*3
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Specification
Memory Cards
SD Memory Card, miniSD Card, microSD Card*4, SDHC Memory
Card, miniSDHC Card, microSDHC Card*4, MultiMediaCard,
MMCplus Card, HC MMCplus Card, MMCmobile Card*4,
MMCmicro Card*4, RS-MMC Card*4, CF (CompactFlash) Card,
Microdrive, xD-Picture Card*4, Memory Stick,
Memory Stick PRO, Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick
PRO Duo, Memory Stick micro*4
Operating Temperatures
5 - 40 °C (41 - 104°F)
Operating Humidity
20 - 80%
Power Source
Compact Power Adapter CA-ES 100
Power Consumption
70 W or less (4 W or less on standby)
Dimensions
213.4 x 189.6 x 130.9 mm (8.4 x 7.5 x 5.2 in.)
Weight (printer only)
ES2: Approx. 1955g (69.0 oz.) / ES20: Approx. 1865g (65.8 oz.)
*1
*2
*3
*4
When connected to a Canon digital camera equipped with DIGIC lll.
IrSimple is not supported.
Bluetooth Unit BU-20 sold separately is required.
Specialized adapter is required.
Compact Power Adapter CA-ES100
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Rated Input
AC 100 - 240 V (50/60 Hz)
1.2 A (100 V) - 0.6 A (240 V)
Rated Output
DC24 V, 2.3 A
Operating Temperature
0 - 40 °C (32 - 104 °F)
Dimensions
134.0 x 67.5 x 34.0 mm (5.3 x 2.7 x 1.3 in.) (excluding cable)
Weight
Approx. 295 g (10.4 oz.)
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Specification
Battery Pack NB-ES1L (sold separately) (SELPHY ES2 only)
Type
Lithium ion battery
Nominal Voltage
DC 22.2 V
Nominal Capacity
2000 mAh
Charge Cycles
Approx. 300 times
Number of
prints*
Postcard size paper: Approx. 50 sheets
L size paper: Approx. 50 sheets
Card size paper: Approx. 100 sheets
Operating
Temperatures
5 - 40 °C (41 - 104 °F)
Dimensions
140.0 x 60.0 x 22.0 mm (5.5 x 2.4 x 0.9 in.)
Weight
Approx. 335 g (11.8 oz.)
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Troubleshooting
This section has solutions for when the printer
does not function as expected or an error symbol
is displayed.
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Troubleshooting
You Think There is a Problem
If the solutions below do not remedy your problem, contact the retail outlet or a Canon customer
support center.
Printer and Power Source
Power will not turn on
• Has the plug come out of the power outlet? (p. 22)
• Is the connector of the compact power adapter securely connected to the printer's
DC IN terminal? (p. 22)
• Did you try pressing
for a long time? (p. 26)
Battery Pack
• Is the battery sufficiently charged? (p. 74)
• When installing it, did you press on the battery until it clicked into place? (p. 73)
Printing Problems
Cannot Print
• Is the printer power turned on? (p. 26)
• Is the printer connected to more than one device?
Do not simultaneously connect to a camera, memory card or computer.
• Is the cartridge loaded correctly? (p. 17)
• Is the ink sheet slack? (p. 17)
• Has the printer overheated?
The printer will temporarily stop when it exceeds a certain temperature. This is not a
malfunction. Wait until the temperature drops and the printer resumes. A message will
appear on the computer display if you are connected to a computer when this happens,
but you should wait until printing resumes without cancelling the print.
Printing from Memory Cards
• Is the memory card inserted all the way into the slot with the label facing upward?
(p. 25, 26)
• Do the images conform to the Design rule for Camera File system? (p. 24)
• Some memory cards require a specific adapter. Have you inserted the memory
card directly into the card slot without first inserting the card into the adapter?
Printing from Cameras
• Is the printer connected to the camera correctly? (p. 53)
• Does the firmware of the Canon-brand camera support the printer?
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You Think There is a Problem
Cannot Print (continued from previous page)
• Does the camera battery have sufficient charge?
Replace the battery with a fully charged (or new) battery, or use the compact power
adapter for the camera.
Printing from Computers
• Did you install the printer driver according to the correct procedures? (p. 62, 65)
• Is the printer connected directly to a port on the computer with the USB cable?
The printer may not operate correctly if it is connected to a USB hub.
Problems Exclusive to Windows
• Is the printer set to offline?
Right-click the printer icon and cancel the offline setting.
Problems Exclusive to Macintosh
• Is the printer registered on the Printer List? (p. 65)
Image Does not Appear when Memory Card is Inserted
• Is the memory card inserted all the way into the correct slot with the label facing
up? (p. 25, 26)
• Do the images conform to the Design rule for Camera File system? (p. 24)
• Some memory cards require a specific adapter. Have you inserted the memory
card directly into the card slot without first inserting the card into the adapter?
Cannot Print the Date
Printing from Memory Cards
• Is the date imprint option set? (p. 46)
If you are using DPOF settings, the date imprint settings are configured on the camera.
Printing from Mobile phones
When using IrDA or Bluetooth, the date will not be printed.
Printing from Cameras
• Is the date imprint option set to [Off] on the camera?
If the setting is [Default], the printer settings are reflected.
Cannot Print Cleanly
• Is the ink sheet or paper dirty?
• Is dirt lodged within the printer? (p. 82)
• Has condensation formed within the printer?
Leave it to dry at room temperature for a while.
• Is it placed near a device with a strong electromagnetic or magnetic field?
Set it at least one meter (3 ft.) apart.
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You Think There is a Problem
Colors on the Computer Display and the Print Are Different
• Color generation methods are different for computer displays and printers.
Moreover, the variance may be attributable to the environment in which the display
is viewed (color and strength of the light), or to the display's color adjustment
settings.
After using the computer to cancel a print in progress, an image that had
already been printed was printed again when resumed printing.
• Are you using a Macintosh computer?
When you restart printing on a Macintosh after canceling, an already printed image may
print again when printing resumes.
Paper Problems
Frequent Paper Jams
• Has too much paper been left in the print receptacle?
Do not leave more than 50 sheets in the print receptacle.
• Has the ejected paper fallen over?
Paper jams occur if ejected paper falls over (lean forward). Remove the jammed paper.
Cannot Print the Specified No. of Prints.
• Is the printer's power being turned on and off repeatedly?
The printer initialization consumes ink. There may not be enough ink left for the allotted
sheets in the set.
• Is the ink sheet being pulled?
Do not forcefully pull out the ink sheet.
Print is not Ejected.
• Has paper jammed inside the printer?
Remove the jammed paper.
• Is the print receptacle cover open?
If the print receptacle cover does not open automatically and paper gets jammed, press
the print receptacle button on the left side of the operation panel to open the print
receptacle cover and remove the jammed paper.
Troubleshooting
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Error Messages
The ON button of the printer blinks or lights red and a message is displayed on the LCD monitor if
any error occurs during printing. If a problem occurs while the printer is connected to the camera,
the camera's LCD monitor may display an error message.
ON Button
Blinks red
• An error (e.g. paper jam) preventing printing from restarting has occurred. Turn the
printer off then back on again, and try printing again.
• There is a problem with the battery and it cannot be charged. Replace with a
different battery, or use a compact power adapter for the printer (ES2 only).
Blinks orange
• Battery pack depleted. Change it with a fully charged battery pack or recharge the
current battery pack. You can also use the printer's compact power adapter.
• Temperature is not within the operating temperature range for charging (ES2
only). Charge within 5 - 40 °C (41 - 104 °F).
Lights red
• Check the error message on the LCD monitor.
LCD Monitor
No paper/ink
• Check that the cartridge is correctly installed.
• Make sure that the cartridge contains paper/ink.
• If paper is not feeding correctly, remove the cartridge, and manually remove any
paper remaining in the printer.
Paper jam
• Press the
to eject the paper. If the paper is not ejected, turn the power
off and turn it on again. If the printer fails to eject the paper, contact a Canon
Customer Support center for assistance.
Ink Error
• Remove the cartridge from the printer, take up the slack in the ink sheet, and then
reload the cartridge. If the cartridge is stuck in the printer, contact a Canon
Customer Support center for assistance.
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Troubleshooting
Error Messages
Recharge the printer battery
• Change it with a fully charged battery pack or recharge the battery pack. You can
also use the printer's compact power adapter.
Cannot print! / Could not print XX images
• The following images cannot be printed.
- An image with a data size that is too big. Images larger than 8000 x 8000 pixels cannot
be printed
- An image that is corrupted
- An image other than JPEG
• When you want to print an image with the printer connected to the camera, check if
the size of the image matches the recording pixels of the image in the camera. If
the size is not appropriate, resize the image and convert it as necessary to a JPEG
image that the camera can display.
• Limit the size of image files to less than 8000 x 8000 pixels.
No Image.
• Check whether there are images recorded on the memory card.
• Check whether readable image data are recorded on the memory card.
• The image file name (folder name) sometimes cannot be recognized if it contains
double-byte characters (Japanese, Chinese or Korean). Change double-byte
characters to single-byte alphanumeric characters.
• Print data that has been edited or processed on a personal computer from the
personal computer.
Hardware Error
• Check if there are other problems than cartridge problems.
• Turn the printer and camera power off, then turn on again. If the error message
does not clear, contact a Canon Customer Support center for assistance.
Cartridge cover is open
• Close the cartridge cover. If the error message does not clear, turn the power off
and on again.
This camera cannot print B/W
Insert memory card to print
• Black and white printing is not possible when a camera is connected (except when
(PictBridge) is displayed on the LCD monitor of the camera). Insert a memory
card to print.
Troubleshooting
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Error Messages
Cartridge has been changed
• The cartridge was changed for a cartridge of a different size after the print menu
was displayed. Insert a cartridge of the same size or change the print settings.
Cartridge has been changed
Trim Setting Adjusted
• If the cartridge is changed after the trimming setting have been made, the printer
automatically sets the trimming frame again to fit the paper size.
Cartridge not compatible
• Use a cartridge that is compatible with this printer.
Communication error
• Turn the printer, camera and computer power off, then turn on again.
• Check the Printing Images When Connected with Camera section (p. 53). If the
error message continues to display, contact a Canon Customer Support center for
assistance.
Disconnected
• Make sure that the printer and the sender are in appropriate distance.
• Check the sender's power supply.
Print output tray is full
• Remove accumulated paper from the print receptacle.
Cartridge incorrectly inserted or not loaded
• Load the cartridge.
• Remove the cartridge and insert the cartridge all the way, then close the cartridge
cover.
Image too large.
• Images larger than 8000 x 8000 pixels, or 32 MB or larger files cannot be played
back. Select another image.
• When printing from a mobile phone (wirelessly), the maximum image file size that can
be transmitted is 3 MB (maximum file size varies depending on the mobile phone).
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Troubleshooting
Error Messages
Incompatible JPEG
• You attempted to play back or print an incompatible JPEG image. Select another
image.
Memory card error
• Memory card has experienced an anomaly. Use another memory card.
• A memory card adapter without an inserted memory card has been inserted. Be
sure to insert a memory card into the adapter before inserting it into the printer. If
an empty adapter had been inserted, remove the adapter and turn the printer's
power off and on again.
• Some memory cards require a specific adapter. You have inserted the memory card
directly into the card slot without first inserting the card into the adapter. (p. 25)
Unidentified Image
• You attempted to play back or print an image with corrupted data, an image
recorded in a foreign camera or data type, or an image that has been edited on a
computer. Select another image.
Cannot magnify !
• You attempted to magnify an image with corrupted data, an image recorded with
another camera or data type, or an image that has been edited on a computer, or a
movie. Select another image.
Too many marks
• Too many images have been marked with print settings. Mark 998 or less images.
Cannot trim
• You attempted to trim an image smaller than 640 x 480 pixels or an image with a
width-to-height ratio narrower than 16:9. Select another image to trim.
Image not compatible
• You attempted to put a speech bubble in an image smaller than 320 x 240 pixels or
an image with a width-to-height-ratio narrower than 16:9. Select another image size
that allows speech bubbles to be set.
Troubleshooting
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Error Messages
Device Not Supported
• This displays when you attempt to connect an unsupported USB device, e.g. USB
memory. Disconnect the USB device.
• This displays when your attempt to transfer an image from a mobile phone using
IrSimple. If you mobile phone supports another transfer method, switch to that
method and transfer the image.
Device Not Supported (HUB)
• You attempted to connect an unsupported USB connector, e.g. a USB hub.
Disconnect the USB hub.
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Troubleshooting
Index
Numerics
D
1-up.........................................................................49
2-up.........................................................................49
4-up.........................................................................49
8-up.........................................................................49
Darker Skin .............................................................51
Date ........................................................................47
Date Format ............................................................47
DC IN (power entry) Terminal .................................11
Deny Access ...........................................................79
Device name ...........................................................79
Direct Print ..............................................................54
DISP. Button .....................................................12, 14
DPOF Print .............................................................29
A
Accessories...............................................................9
Adjust Image ...........................................................50
Air Vents .................................................................11
Auto Optimize .........................................................47
Auto Play.................................................................30
Auto Power Down ...................................................79
Auto Rotate .............................................................79
B
B/W .........................................................................51
BACK Button.....................................................13, 30
Basic Printing ..........................................................27
Battery.................................................................9, 73
Battery Cover ....................................................11, 73
Battery Cover Lever ..........................................11, 73
Bluetooth
BU-20 ..................................................................9
Print...................................................................57
Settings .............................................................79
Borders ...................................................................47
Brightness ...............................................................50
C
Calendar ...........................................................31, 35
Card Slot ...........................................................10, 26
Card Slot Cover ......................................................10
Carrying Handle ................................................11, 83
Cartridge .............................................................9, 17
Cartridge Compartment ..........................................10
Cartridge Cover.......................................................10
Cartridge Cover Lever.............................................10
Cartridge Lever .......................................................10
Cleaner Unit ........................................................8, 82
Cleaning..................................................................82
Clip Art ..............................................................31, 34
Compact Photo Printer Solution Disk..................8, 62
Compact Power Adapter (CA-ES100) ..........8, 22, 74
Contrast ..................................................................50
Controls...................................................................12
COPIES Button .................................................13, 27
Correct Red-Eye .....................................................47
CREATIVE Button...................................................12
Creative Print ..........................................................31
E
Easy Photo Pack ......................................................9
Easy-Scroll Wheel.............................................13, 16
EDIT Button ............................................................12
Enlarge/Reduce Button.....................................12, 13
Error Messages ......................................................96
F
Fade........................................................................79
Faded Edges ..........................................................42
File No. ...................................................................47
Fixed Size ...............................................................49
Frames..............................................................31, 33
H
Handling Precautions..............................................87
I
ID Photo ............................................................31, 39
Image Effects ....................................................31, 42
ImageBrowser.........................................................69
Index .......................................................................49
Indicator Lamp ........................................................10
Infrared data communication ..................................56
Infrared Data Receiver............................................10
IrDA.........................................................................56
J
Jump Function ........................................................15
L
Language ..........................................................79, 81
LCD Monitor............................................................13
Lighter Skin .............................................................51
101
M
U
Main Display ...........................................................13
Memory Cards ........................................................25
MENU Button ..........................................................12
Movie Print ........................................................31, 41
Multi Layout.......................................................31, 37
Multi View................................................................13
My Colors..........................................................47, 51
Ulead Photo Express LE.........................................69
Up/Down/Left/Right Button .....................................13
USB Terminal for Camera Connection .............11, 53
USB Terminal for PC Connection ...........................11
Neutral ....................................................................51
Vivid ........................................................................51
Vivid Blue ................................................................51
Vivid Green .............................................................51
Vivid Red ................................................................51
O
W
ON Button .........................................................12, 26
Wipe........................................................................79
P
Y
Page Layout......................................................47, 49
Paper-handling Slot ................................................10
Passkey ..................................................................79
PictBridge................................................................52
Positive Film............................................................51
Power Cord .........................................................8, 22
Power Lamp............................................................12
Print All Photos .......................................................28
PRINT Button..........................................................13
Print Receptacle (Output Tray) ...............................10
Print Receptacle Button ..........................................10
Print Receptacle Cover ...........................................10
Print Settings...........................................................46
Printer Driver.....................................................62, 65
Printer Setup ...........................................................78
You Think There is a Problem ................................93
N
R
Reset.......................................................................79
Reset All..................................................................79
S
Safety Precautions..................................................84
Security ...................................................................79
Sepia.......................................................................51
SET Button..............................................................13
Sharpness...............................................................50
Single View .............................................................13
Soft Edges ..............................................................42
Soft Focus...............................................................42
Software......................................................64, 68, 69
Specification............................................................89
Speech Bubble..................................................31, 38
Star Lights...............................................................42
System Requirements.............................................60
T
Terminal Cover .......................................................11
Transition Effects ....................................................79
Trial Cartridge ...........................................................8
Trimming .................................................................44
Troubleshooting ......................................................92
102
V
Z
ZoomBrowser EX....................................................69
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