DPOF


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DPOF

(Digital Print Order Format) A file format for digital camera memory cards that stipulates which images are to be printed. At the time of shooting or when reviewing on the camera, it allows the user to specify how many of each image are to be printed. The DPOF file is a built-in order on the "film" for commercial print services. It also enables the images to be printed immediately on desktop printers that accept memory cards without requiring software in the computer to set up the print job. Thumbnails and image rotation can also be specified.
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The new version of DPOF, or version 1.10, offers a variety of new functions, including multiple-image printing that allows multiple pictures to be printed on the same sheet and specific-size printing that allows users to select different sizes of their printed images.
And, with the built-in Digital Print Order Format (DPOF), attaching print ordering instructions to image files is made easy.
The new camera supports the digital print order format (DPOF), a proposed industry standard that simplifies printing digital images and ordering prints from photofinishers.
Epson also supports industry standards with its inclusion of Design Rule for Camera File System (DCF) and Digital Print Order Format (DPOF) file formats on this camera.