Sony DPP-FP70 Picture Station Digital Photo Printer

Sony Updated: 2008-05-08 RSS
Sony DPP-FP70 Picture Station Digital Photo Printer

Admire gorgeous, lab-quality prints quickly and easily with the DPP-FP70 Picture Station™ digital photo printer. Relive and share the magic of life with spectacular 4" x 6" color prints from the comfort of your home in about 45 seconds. The DPP-FP70 features a 2.5" LCD screen to view images before you print, media slots for most current flash media card formats, and one-button auto touch-up that can save a shot by helping to correct red-eye, exposure and focus.

Fast, Convenient Color Printing
Sony’s compact DPP-F70 Picture Station™ photo printer produces lab-quality color prints quickly and easily at home, office, even while traveling.

High Speed, Low Cost
With new high-speed Bionz™ image processing technology, Picture Station™ printers can create full-sized 4" x 6" prints in about 45 seconds from flash media card, or in about 56 seconds from a direct PictBridge™ connection to a Sony Cyber-shot® camera.

Advanced Dye Sublimation Process
The Sony dye sublimation method can print 256 shades for each of three dye colors -- cyan, magenta and yellow. That adds up to 16.7 million distinct colors for each pixel, creating spectacularly vivid prints with smooth color gradations that look more natural.

On-Screen Image Preview
The Sony DPP-FP70 Picture Station™ printer features a built-in 2.5" LCD screen that let you preview images before you print.

One-Button Auto Touch-Up Control
As easily as touching a button, your Picture Station™ printer can save a flawed shot by helping to reduce red-eye effect, improve exposure and sharpen focus for best results when you print.

Face Detection, D-Range Optimizer
Powered by the new Sony Bionz™ image processor, Picture Station™ printers provide Face Detection that can bring out the best in faces -- and D-Range Optimizer that helps to reveal more detail in both bright highlights and dark shadows, so it’s easier to see facial expressions even in low light or backlight conditions.

Direct Input for Multiple Media Formats
The DPP-FP70 supports multiple standard media formats, including Memory Stick® media, Memory Stick Duo™ media, Memory Stick Duo™ PRO media, SD, SDHC, and miniSD media (without adaptor) as well as Compact Flash media, Micro Drive media and other standard media (with optional adaptors).

Additional Photo Editing Features
Picture Station™ printers allow you to enlarge, reduce or rotate images, shift images to improve composition, add special filter effects (cross-filter highlights, partial color, sepia, monochrome, paint and fisheye lens effect), and superimpose messages or greetings on photo prints.

Index Print for Quick Reference
Just as professional photographs create contact sheets to determine which photos to print, your Picture Station™ printer lets you make an Index Print of thumbnail images direct from your memory card -- then quickly review the images with family and friends before making the photo prints you want.

ID Print Feature
By adjusting simple height and width settings, you can reproduce multiple ID photos in full color on postcard-sized paper -- no need to depend on Internet services, photo labs or print shops.

Long-Lasting SuperCoat2™ Durability
ony Picture Station™ printers fuse a durable protective laminate coating to each print, protecting the surface from fingerprints, moisture and color fading so your color photos can remain bright and beautiful, year after year.

Convenient PictBridge™ Printing
Connect a PictBridge™ compatible camera to your Sony Picture Station™ printer and make prints using your built-in LCD screen to preview pictures -- saving the time it would take to turn on a computer, download images from a digital camera, and transfer files to a printer.

Portable Design with Carrying Handle
Compact, lightweight Picture Station™ photo printers make handy traveling companions, so you can produce lab-quality prints wherever you take your Sony Cyber-shot® camera -- even on vacation or when visiting friends and relatives.