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When The Bluetooth Function Is Set To Off; Bluetooth; Bluetooth Wireless Technology; The "basic Imaging Profile - Sony UPX-C200 Operating Instructions Manual

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When the Bluetooth Function is Set
to OFF
When the Bluetooth function is set to OFF, the
Bluetooth display does not appear even if the POWER
switch is set to ON. The SIZE, COLOR/B/W,
PRINTER, and PRINT buttons are enabled, but printing
cannot be performed by your pressing the PRINT
button. When the PRINT button is pressed, the Demo
Layout display appears on the LCD, and you can check
the layout of the prospective print out.


Bluetooth wireless technology

The bluetooth
wireless technology allows
communication between various Bluetooth devices
without using cables. Devices which can use this
technology include computers, computers peripheral
devices, PDAs, and mobile phones. This
omnidirectional communication system enables
communication even if the Bluetooth device is in a bag
or if there are obstacles between the devices.
Also, the Bluetooth wireless technology has advanced
security functions, such as scrambled frequencies and
data encryption.
• When using the Bluetooth function, the distance
between the camera and the printer you intend to
connect must be within 10 m (33 feet) without
1) The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by their proprietor
and used by Sony Corporation under license.

The "Basic Imaging Profile"

The "Basic Imaging Profile" (BIP) is the specifications
used when sending or receiving still images between
Bluetooth devices. The main features of the BIP enable
sending or receiving images, and use of the remote
shutter feature of a digital still camera.
To connect with your printer, the Bluetooth device must
be compatible with the "Image Push Feature" of the
"Basic Imaging Profile" (BIP).
Before using the Bluetooth device, check the Bluetooth
and BIP specifications of the device.



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