SONY DPP-EX5 DRIVER DETAILS:
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SONY DPP-EX5 DRIVER
One of a tiny category of printers, the EX5 competes with the likes of Sony DPP-EX5 HP Photosmart and for the attention of anyone who wants a printer in the living room next to the TV, which you can actually use to control Sony DPP-EX5 printer. Too bad the printer doesn't make it easy to view images from Memory Sticks and that its dye-sublimation technology makes low-resolution pictures look messy. Worse, this so-called portable printer doesn't run off batteries.
Traveling shutterbugs may want to give it a go anyway, if they always have access to power outlets. But the HP Photosmart is more portable. Sliding cover hides ink cartridge. The DPP-EX5 definitely looks like a Sony product, from its silver, plastic control panel to its slim, white-and-bluish-gray plastic body. Each box of paper you buy includes a cartridge with Sony DPP-EX5 ribbon for that pack. Sony DPP-EX5
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For each print, the device sucks in the paper from the bottom tray, draws it in and out for each of four ribbon passes, then spits it out into the catch. Setting up the Sony DPP-EX5 is relatively easy.
But to make a USB connection, bring your own cable. As Sony DPP-EX5 as you know your TV inputs from outputs, the whole process is pretty much plug and play.
The printer itself is light enough to carry from room to room, but its AC adapter cuts down on its portability. When it Sony DPP-EX5 time to upload your pictures to the printer, you can install them either from your PC or from removable media. PC downloads follow the standard operating procedure, but installing removable media can get mildly irritating. If you've stored your photos on a Memory Stick, for example, the stick doesn't mount as a drive on your PC, so you'll need to buy a Sony DPP-EX5 reader from, for example, Lexar, Belkin, and Sandisk if you want to see what's in it--not a deal-killer but a silly oversight.
Easy-access video and USB ports. More damaging, the output catch seems to be designed to work horizontally, Sony DPP-EX5 vertically as it fits into the printer.
Thus, each print merely pushes the previous one out of Sony DPP-EX5 catch onto the floor, so unattended printing is either messy or impossible. Furthermore, if you want to change paper sizes--your options are 4x6- 3. And finally, each pass makes the irritating sound of plastic wrap stretching over a glass bowl. Lots of control buttons. Though the DPP-EX5's array of knobs on the top control panel looks intimidating, these buttons give you one-click, albeit slightly clumsy, access to most of the printer's features. In addition to the standard one-button printing, for instance, the DPP-EX5 also lets you add a variety of special effects and will even add text to your pics via its menus. You can also print all DPOF-tagged Digital Print Order Format, which contains merely basic image info, such as rotation images only or create an index print with a single button.
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The Menu button atop the printer lets you adjust basic settings, such as Sony DPP-EX5, tint, saturation, and sharpness; zoom in or out; move and rotate; insert text; and add a special-effects filter to generate a monochrome, sepia-tone, or paintlike appearance. A Creative Print button brings up different templates, such as calendars or 4-up prints, for which you select images from thumbnails. Sony also offers stickers to print on, which we have to admit sounds like a great idea for kids' parties. The firmware automatically resizes the images as needed, and you can choose the crop area, as well.
The printer can generate photos with either a smooth or a slightly textured finish; the difference is too subtle to spot without looking for it, though. More useful, Sony includes a slide-show feature that lets you parade your images across the TV screen with selected transitions. Flat dye and paper costs. Dye-sub technology has two advantages over inkjet: CMY and overcoat and a fixed print time for a given page size. Find Downloads, Manuals, Tutorials, FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions), Tips & Tricks, How to's, Sony DPP-EX5, Drivers, Software, Problem Solving about DPP-EX5.
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