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Digital Photo Frame
Printed on 70% or more recycled paper
using VOC (V V Volatile Organic Compound)
-free vegetable oil based ink.
© 2008 Sony Corporation / Printed in Japan
VGF-CP1 Series 3-300-630-31(1) VGF-CP1 Series 3-300-630-31(1)
WARNING WARNING Be sure to read the software license agreement carefully Owner’s Record in page 76/page 77 before using this product. The model number and serial number are located on the T his User Guide and the information contained
=> rear of this unit. herein shall not be reproduced in whole or in part Record the serial number in the space provided below. and shall not be lent to any third parties. Refer to this number whenever you call your Sony dealer The terms of warranty for thi
For Customer in Europe Disposal of Old Electrical & Sony hereby declares that this equipment is in compliance Electronic Equipment with the essential requirements and other relevant (Applicable in the provisions of European Directive 1999/5/EC. To obtain a copy of the declaration of conformity (DoC) European Union and other with the R&TTE Directive, please access the following URL address. European countries with http://www.compliance.sony.de/ separate collection This product also comp
For Customer in U.S.A. For the State of California, USA only This equipment has been tested and found to comply Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply, See with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to Perchlorate Material: Lithium battery contains perchlorate. provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generate
Table of Contents Example 2: Displaying Photos Stored on Getting Started 6 Your Computer ...................................................... 40 Setting up a Server ....................................................40 About This Unit ...........................................................6 Displaying Photos on a Computer Set to Use Locating Controls and Ports ................................8 with This Unit .............................................................41 Front .........
Getting Started About This Unit This unit is a Digital Photo Frame for displaying photos with Internet access. In addition to displaying photos, you can also enjoy music and information by creating various frames (page 23). Note For home wireless network connection, you will need a subscription to an Internet service provider and a wireless LAN router. Picasa Web Albums, etc. Home server Memory Stick media, etc. Home server Registered RSS information, etc. You can display the following:
You can display the following information:
=> News from Google News UK (U.K. model) or Google News (U.S.A model).
=> The latest information from Web sites broadcasting RSS. You can register to receive RSS feeds in the Web browser (Opera) screen (page 47). Other uses If you give this unit to distant family or friends as a gift, you can send your photos to them through the Web service. First, configure the network and server settings with this unit, and save the Web photo organizer in frames, th
Locating Controls and Ports Front WLAN (wireless LAN) indicator New Info indicator Lights up when the wireless LAN turns on. Blinks when receiving new information. Also can be turned on as a light. STANDBY indicator Lights up in standby mode. Remote control sensor Receives a signal from the remote control. 8 VGF-CP1 Series 3-300-630-31(1)
Back /ENTER button Light sensor Press to select options and enter. Detects ambient light around the unit. While the browse screen or a screen other Hint than the Options screen is displayed, adjust If you set [ System settings] - [Auto power on/ the volume by pressing . off ] to [On] in the setting screen of this unit, the BACK button power will automatically turn on or enter the standby mode according to the surrounding Press to quit setting and return to the ambient bri
Bottom CF (CompactFlash) slot SD memory card slot Accesses CompactFlash data. Accesses SD/SDHC memory card data. Media access indicator 6V DC IN port Lights up in orange when accessing memory Connects to the AC adapter, which in turn card data. connects to a power outlet. Memory Stick slot Speakers Accesses Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, Outputs sound when playing back music. Memory Stick Duo or Memory Stick PRO Duo There is another speaker on the opposite media data. side.
Remote Control (POWER) button VOLUME +/– buttons Press to turn on the power when in power Press to adjust the volume. off or standby mode. MUSIC/ button Press to enter standby mode during power Press to start / stop music playback. on. (ENTER) button buttons Press to enter your selection. Press to select options in the setting screen. OPTIONS button DISPLAY button Press to display the setting screen of the Press to display the guide. current feature. BACK button
Before Use Checking Accessories After unpacking, make sure the following accessories are supplied with your unit. If you find something missing or broken, contact a local dealer in your area. Digital Photo Frame Stand AC adapter Installation CD (U.K. model only) Power cord Operating Instructions (this book) Remote control VGF-CP1 Quick Reference Guide Connecting Attach the stand to the unit and connect the AC adapter. 1 Attach the threaded portion of the stand to the threaded ho
3 Connect the power cord to the AC adapter, then connect the power cord plug to a wall outlet. To wall outlet The power turns on and the start-up screen appears. Setting up the remote control 1 Remove the insulation sheet from the remote control. Replacing the battery 1 Open the battery tray. 2 Replace with a new CR0 lithium battery, + side up, then reinsert the battery tray. Lithium battery 13 VGF-CP1 Series 3-300-630-31(1)
Inserting and Removing Memory Cards You can play back photos or music stored on Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, Memory Stick Duo or Memory Stick PRO Duo media, or an SD/SDHC memory card, CompactFlash card or digital still camera with USB connection or USB memory device. Inserting and removing memory cards Insert memory cards as illustrated below. CompactFlash card Memory Stick media SD/SDHC memory card When removing Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, Memory Stick Duo or Memory Stick PRO Duo media
About compatible memory cards You can use Memory Stick media, SD memory cards and CompactFlash cards with this unit. For details on memory card restrictions, see below.
=> Memory Stick media You can use the following Memory Stick media with this unit. Memory Stick / Memory Stick Duo / Memory Stick PRO / Memory Stick PRO Duo This unit has a slot for both standard / Duo-size types. You can insert Memory Stick Duo or Memory Stick PRO Duo media directly into the Memory Sick slot without an ada
Basic Operation Basic Use Turning the Power On For the customers purchasing the U.K. model After connecting the power cord for the first time, the screen detailing the required user registration appears. Please fill out the required contents and proceed to the following procedure. 1 Make sure the stand, power and remote control are ready for use by following the steps in “Connecting” (page 1). This unit turns on after connecting the power cord. Hint Press (POWER) to turn the power on wh
About the Home Screen Turning on the power opens the Home screen. All functions can be selected from the Home screen. Press . Select a frame by Select desired item pressing and by pressing and press (ENTER). press (ENTER). Frame playback starts. The browse screen or setting screen appears. Frame list Information Displays registered frames. If Shared frames Starts the registered RSS or news provided are created (page 29), appears when from Google News U.K. (for U.K. model)/ new
Playing Back Photos Frame of Sample Images Frames using sample images and music pre-stored on this unit are used to demonstrate what a frame is. For details on creating or playing back a frame, see page 23, 26. Playing back a frame of sample images and music from the Home screen 1 Press HOME on the remote control. The Home screen appears. 2 Select a frame by pressing on the remote control, and press (ENTER). The selected frame starts playing back. Displaying Data on the Browse Screen You c
2 Insert Memory Stick media into this unit (page 1). Folders or photos on Memory Stick media appear after about 5 seconds. Hint If folders of photos do not appear, do the following: In the Home screen, press on the remote control. Select [ Photos] by pressing , and press (ENTER). Select [ Memory Stick] by pressing , and press (ENTER). 3 Select a folder including a target photo by pressing on the remote control, and press (ENTER). The photo list appears. Hint
=> The se
4 Select a photo by pressing , and press (ENTER). A photo is displayed. Hint If you insert a memory card while a screen other than the browse, Settings or Options screen is displayed, the photo (folder) list of the memory card appears. Copying Data to the Internal Memory You can copy photos or music stored in memory devices or in server to the internal memory of this unit. Hint
=> Approximately 85 MB of the internal memory can be spared for copying and registering photos. Up to approx
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