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Does the DiMAGE 7 camera comply with PIM (Print Image Matching)?

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Re: Does the DiMAGE 7 camera comply with PIM (Print Image...

Yes, the DiMAGE 7 is PIM-enabled. The camera records necessary information as it stores every image captured, and passes printing option information to a PIM-enabled printer to create optimum results. The PIM-enabled printers process the image automatically for excellent print quality.

Posted on Sep 15, 2005

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Print size DiMAGE E201


The maximum print size for an E201 image is approximately A4, when printing at 150dpi. For Photo-quality prints, we recommend printing at 300dpi, no larger than postcard size.

Sep 19, 2005 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE E201 Digital Camera

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What is DPOF, and how do I use it?


DPOF stands for Digital Print Order Format. The DiMAGE 7 supports DPOF Ver. 1.1 so that you can specify the images and the number of copies to be printed and the print type. This technology enables you to take your Compact Flash Card to a Photofinishing Print Service, or personal printer, which supports DPOF, and print the selected images at the number specified automatically. DPOF also enables you to print an index print of all your images. Please see the DiMAGE 7 instruction manual for details about setting the DPOF.

Sep 15, 2005 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE 7 Digital Camera

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I do not feel comfortable performing the installation the Optional Enhancement Upgrade for DiMAGE 7, can I have the camera upgraded professionally?


If customers do not feel comfortable upgrading the DiMAGE 7 firmware themselves, they can send the camera in to the NJ repair facility with a note stating "Please Upgrade Firmware". Their camera will be upgraded, and they will be charged $49.95 (plus tax and shipping). They will receive back their upgraded camera, and a DiMAGE Viewer Ver 1.2 Upgrade CD-Rom*. (They will not receive the firmware upgrade on CD-Rom or the new DiMAGE Viewer) There is a 2-3 week turn around time once payment has been authorized. * images captured with an upgraded camera cannot be opened using previous versions of the DiMAGE Image Viewer Utility 1.11 or earlier. A DiMAGE Viewer Ver 1.2 upgrade CD-rom has been bundled with the DiMAGE 7 Optional Enhancement UPGRADE Firmware. The previous version of DiMAGE Image Viewer Utility must be installed before the DiMAGE Viewer (Ver 1.2) update can be loaded. If customers do not feel comfortable upgrading the DiMAGE 7 firmware themselves, but they want the DiMAGE 7 Optional Enhancement UPGRADE and the New DiMAGE Viewer 2.0, they should purchase the kit through our on-line store, then send the camera in to the NJ repair facility with the Firmware UPGRADE CD-Rom that they purchased. As long as the firmware CD-Rom is sent with the camera, and the camera does not show damage that may void the warranty or cause the firmware to not install properly, there will be no charge for the camera to be upgraded. There is a 2-3 week turn around time once the camera has be received. If customers attempt to install the firmware upgrade on their camera and experience a problem, or the upgrade does not complete, they should send the camera in to our NJ repair facility with the Firmware UPGRADE CD-Rom and a description of the problem. As long as the firmware CD-Rom is sent with the camera, and the camera does not show damage that may void the warranty or cause the firmware to not install properly, there will be no charge for the camera to be upgraded. There is a 2-3 week turn around time once the camera has be received.

Sep 15, 2005 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE 7 Digital Camera

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Installation and Usage Tips for the DiMAGE 7 Optional Enhancement Upgrade:


Taken from the DiMAGE 7 Upgrade Software Installation Pamphlet… Power Supply during Update: When performing the software update, please use a set of fully charged NI-MH (nickel hydrogen) batteries or the AC Adapter AC-1L or AC-2L (sold separately). When using the AC Adapter, be sure not to inadvertently disconnect the camera during the software updating procedure, otherwise the camera may be permanently damaged. Amendment to the DiMAGE 7 Upgrade Software manual… (Located on an insertion card within Upgrade Kit and Upgrade Firmware boxes) For Windows XP users: Do not copy the dsc.app and ram.bin files directly from the CD-ROM to the CF card or the upgrade will not be executed correctly. First copy these two files onto the computer’s hard drive or desktop, and then copy them into the CF card. After upgrading: When the camera is turned to the playback mode, the no-image message appears and the images taken before the upgrade are not displayed. These images were placed in a folder with names ending in MLT03, the upgraded camera places images in folders ending in MLT14, see CompactFlash card folder organization in the DiMAGE 7 manual. To view images taken before the upgrade, select the appropriate folder in the custom 1 section of the setup menu. Refer to DiMAGE 7 manual for a description of this function. When using autofocus with the wide focus frame, the live image may freeze for an instant as the AF system determines the focus. This is because autofocus speed is increased

Sep 15, 2005 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE 7 Digital Camera

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After upgrading the DiMAGE 7 to the Optional Enhancement software, when AF is confirmed on the DiMAGE 7 the live image on the LCD stops, is this a problem?


This is not a problem. In order to achieve faster AF operation, the live image on the LCD is not refreshed during focusing. During flex focus point, the live image on LCD never stops. If you feel anxious about the live image stoping, we recommend you to use flex focus point.

Sep 15, 2005 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE 7 Digital Camera

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PIM and CD400


Try import instead of open, then click print image matching. This is how it works in PS7.

Sep 13, 2005 | Sony Mavica MVC-CD400 Digital Camera

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Exif Print or PIM Print feature


The printing information that is included as part of the Exif 2.2 header in the JPEG file, is read and used by a Print Image Matching enabled printer. If you have a compatible printer that has a built in media slot, you can insert the digital camera’s memory card into a card reader and then into a printer’s media slot. If you do not have a printer that accepts a card directly, you can use a plug-in for a graphics program such as Adobe PhotoShop 7.0, to utilize this information. CAMEDIA Master 4.03 and above supports Exif Print and PIM.

Sep 04, 2005 | Olympus Camedia C-765 Digital Camera

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Print Image Matching


Yes, the Stylus Digital supports this easy-to-use high quality printing feature. Print Image Matching technology ensures that PIM-enabled digital cameras and printers work together perfectly to produce the best possible prints.

Sep 01, 2005 | Olympus Camedia Stylus 300 Digital Camera

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Print Image Matching


PRINT Image Matching is a way to access greater color, set print gamma, and provide automatic image enhancements for prints from digital cameras. P.I.M. embeds information in each image to maximize the quality of the print from that image. The information includes data that will make the print more faithful to the original image, and data to enhance the print according to settings made on the camera.

Aug 31, 2005 | Olympus Camedia D-395 Digital Camera

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