Sony’s Digital Print is the shortened form of the Digital Print Order Format or DPOF, used to specify which images can be set aside to be printed out on a digital photo printer. The DPOF comes packaged with a Vaio laptop and Cybershot cameras, the latter bundled along with the driver so it could be installed on a PC, and also features an auto-update function, although this update can be tweaked to, for example, only allow manual updating. Of course, for the DPOF to do its work, a camera must be attached to the computer where DPOF is installed on, and a compatible printer can also be accessed.
The DPOF allows multiple printing of photos from the camera as well, and can store the “registered” photos in a catalog that can be printed out later, without having to transfer those photos into the hard disk. Notably, UK versions of the Vaio laptops PCG-FX701, -702, and -705 were updated to improve the performance of the Digital Print Order Format, putting it in line with the versions of the DPOF in other models.
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