Using Professional Print Service, Using Your Printer to Print Images



Printing Precautions

• See the documentation that comes with your printer for 

information about print quality and paper settings.

• Contact the manufacturer of your printer to find out if it 

supports PictBridge or USB DIRECT-PRINT, for new printer 

versions, etc.

• Never disconnect cables or perform any camera operation 

while printing is in progress. Doing so can cause a printer 


Take a memory card that contains the images you want to print 

to the professional print service. Before taking in a memory card, 

you can use the camera’s DPOF settings (page 208) to specify 

which images you want printed, the number of copies, and 

whether or not the images should include a date stamp.

If your printer is either of the types described below, you can use 

it to print without going through a computer.

– Printer equipped with a card slot for the type of memory 

card you are using

– Printer that support PictBridge or USB DIRECT-PRINT

Printing on a Printer with a Memory Card 

Remove a memory card from the camera and insert it directly 

into the printer’s memory card slot. Depending on what type of 

printer you are using, it also may be able to read the settings 

(images to be printed, number of copies, date stamping) you 

configure with the camera’s DPOF settings (page 208). For 

details, see the user documentation that comes with your printer.

Using Professional Print Service

Using Your Printer to Print Images