Olympus CAMEDIA P-330E Printer

Discussion in 'Olympus' started by Mike Dasberg, Jul 11, 2005.

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    Mike Dasberg Guest


    I own a Olympus CAMEDIA P-330E Printer. Although I'm generally happy
    with the printer and it's output quality, I wonder why there has to be
    such a large margin around the picture on the printing paper.

    The paper is 10cm x 14cm (4in x 6in), but the picture printed on the
    paper is only 8cm x 11.4cm (3.1in x 4.5in). There's no option in the
    printer driver to change the printing size.

    As this is a thermal dye-sub printer, the maximum print size is
    deterinded by the size of it's color foil. These foils exactly match
    the width of the printing paper. I'm curios, is there any way to
    enlarge the printable area?

    Is there any specification by Olympus itself about the maximum
    printing size? Sadly I don't have any manual for the device.

    Many thanks for your replies in advance.

    Mike Dasberg, Jul 11, 2005
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