DPOF

Digital Print Order Format

DPOF

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Digital Print Order Format. A format introduced by the photo industry that enables images stored, for example on SmartMedia or xD-Picture Card, to be accessed directly by certain printers and copiers as well as allowing simpler professional treatment by photo labs.
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DPOF

(Digital Print Order Format) An 'order wallet' for digital photographs. DPOF-compatible cameras can generate order data for digital prints. The user can determine the number of prints to be made of each shot. The date of the photograph can be printed as well. An index print showing a thumbnail image of each shot can also be ordered by DPOF.
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DPOF

Digital Print Order Format allows the user to mark their recorded still images with printing instructions, such as which photos they want to print and how many copies are required. This makes it easier to get prints made at a photo laboratory or to print them at home.
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DPOF

Digital Print Order Format, details ...
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DPOF

Digital Print Order Format. This allows you to embed printing information on your memory card. You just select the photographs that you want printed and how many prints to be made. Some photo printers such as Pictbridge use this information at print time.
Found on http://www.all-things-photography.com/digital-dictionary.html
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