Apr 14, 2005



Apr 13, 2005
Browse, edit and create real photos via your TV,camera or memory card with the DPP-FP50 printer from Sony

Bordeaux, 12 April 2005 - Sony Europe announces the launch of the DPP-FP50 printer at the Sony Media Experience in Bordeaux.

Share your photos
Printing and sharing consumers favourite photographs just got easier with the introduction of the latest DPP-FP50 home photo printer from Sony. The DPP-FP50 features a wireless remote control that makes it possible to print, edit, and enjoy lab-quality pictures from the comfort of the sofa. The new model also supports the PictBridge™ standard, so images can be viewed and printed directly from any PictBridge™ compatible digital camera without having to turn on a computer.

Powerful on-screen tools set the new DPP-FP50 photo printer apart from all others, providing consumers with tremendous convenience and stunning photos while enabling them to enjoy their images on a television. With the DPP-FP50 users have complete control over the process, printing as many photos as they like, when they want them and all from the comfort of their home.

Photo Lab in the Living Room
Since so many family memories are shared in the living room, the new printer is designed to work seamlessly with a television. With the supplied video cable, consumers can view images on a TV screen, select an image to print and, with the press of a button, produce a print in about 60 seconds. Additionally, the new model incorporates a Memory Stick®/Memory Stick PRO™ flash media slot as well as Compact Flash and Secure Digital media slots for transferring images easily for printing or sharing. A built-in LCD display allows users to select standalone printing options when not using a PC or a TV.
Creative Editing Options
The printer also comes loaded with built-in editing options*, such as red-eye correction that identifies any red-eye problems and then enables the printer to make the correction automatically. It features other editing tools for cropping, rotating, adjusting image sharpness, contrast, brightness and size. The printer also has built-in creative options for adding personalized messages, calendars, frames, and printing multiple photos on one sheet.

High Quality Prints
The DPP-FP50 photo printer uses dye-sublimation technology to create durable, lab quality prints. Each print is sealed with SuperCoat 2™ laminate, which makes photos resistant to spills, moisture and fingerprints. Print packs are available in both 40 & 80 bundles.

The DPP-FP50 will be available in May 2005 at an affordable price, the elegant and compact DPP-FP50 printer, making it attractive to any style-conscious consumer whilst still providing stunning results.

*Creative and editing features available on-screen when using a TV