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  • Best digital photo frames

    Kodak EasyShare P720 Digital Picture Frame

    Technical Details:

    • 7-inch high quality LCD with 4:3 aspect ratio; KODAK Color Science give your pictures crisp details and vibrant colors
    • Kodak’s Quick Touch Border makes it easy to control your digital frames; 2 decorative mattes included
    • Add to the stunning digital display with decorative mattes to personalize your look and complement your home décor
    • KODAK EASYSHARE Software, digital frame edition makes it easy to access and drag and drop your favorite pictures from your computer directly onto your frame
    • 2 SD card slots are available to allow you to have extra memory to view more pictures

    What says about this photo frame:

    1. Kodak may have been late to the digital bandwagon, but they have in recent years stepped up the quality significantly. This digital frame has plenty of memory for photos at “its” resolution. Before you look at the fact it only has a small amount of memory. The screen is small enough so that a 480×234 image looks fine. A way to get more on the frame is to purchase a really large SD Memory card and bump up the amount of storage available.

    2. This very sleek looking picture frame displays your favorites photos (hundreds of them) in any way you desire, simply by using the `controls on the frame’ Quick Touch Border. This allows for super simple operation with a touch or slide of your finger, with no screen fingerprints or smudges. The touch panel features yellow lights that illuminate to tell you exactly where to touch. You can set your frame vertically or horizontally. Some photos that do not fit the typical ratio are displayed in ‘letterbox’ style.

    With the enclosed software, you can easily create multimedia slide shows from your desktop and easily transfer them to your Memory card/Stick to install into your frame. Browse and edit your family or vacation photos and easily drag-and-drop pictures for slide shows. The number of photos on your Kodak Easycare frame is limited only by the size of your memory card or memory stick (not included). With an 8 GB memory card/stick, you can store over 1,600 high quality photos (there are two memory card slots). The bright 7″ monitor brings out the colors and crispness of your photos in a way that is far more vibrant than simple printed photos.

    You’re in control and it can be a mesmerizing experience. Whether at home or in the office, this is your life on display! Great invention – great gift!

    Read more about Kodak EasyShare P720 Digital Picture Frame with Home Decor Kit

    Coby 1.5-Inch Digital Photo Keychain

    Price: Only $12.94!!!

    Technical Details:

    • 1.5-inch CSTN LCD full-color display; stores over 60 photos
    • Displays JPEG, GIF, and BMP image files
    • USB port for fast file transfers
    • Built-in rechargeable Lithium-ion battery
    • Included Photo Viewer software compatible with Microsoft Windows 98SE, 2000, XP, or Vista, and Mac OS X

    What says about this photo frame:

    1. I just received this LCD Photo Chain from Electronic Express and I was able to install the software and quickly update a handful of pictures in less then 15 minutes. The Picture Viewer program was fairly easy to use. Just pick a bunch of pictures on your drives, add them to your collection and then upload the collection to the key chain. Adding more pictures to collection later on was no problem. There is a counter on the program that will only allow you to store 62 pictures max.
    As far as picture quality goes for the tiny LCD screen, I have to say that I am fairly impressed. It was relatively bright and colors were vibrant! The 128×128 pixel resolution was sufficient for viewing and it didn’t seem that grainy as compared to other LCD keychains. The best comparison of the picture quality would be to a cell phone screen with 1 megapixel images.
    The make of the LCD viewer is sufficient for me but I am not sure how well it would survive key scratches and ocassional drops to the ground since the plastic feels little cheap. The buttons to power on, slideshow mode and forward & backward were intuitive.
    All in all, this makes a great gift for someone who loves gadgets and is somewhat tech savvy if they are going to upload images themselves. You definitely need a connection to a computer in order to charge its internal battery. I’ve enjoyed showing this to the guys at the office and its a sure winner as a stocking stuffer for Christmas.

    2. Lots of people will tell you this won’t work on XP or Vista or other operating systems. I had so much trouble at first I was going to send it back. I even called tech support and the operator said, “I’m probably not supposed to say this but these are not very working very well.”
    BUT, I kept trying, and lo and behold–it DID work! First load the software. Then plug it in and select “USB upload.” You have to literally keep plugging and unplugging the device until you get that little miracle beep that signifies that your computer found new hardware. Until you hear that, keep plugging and unplugging! The software will NOT work unless it is plugged in and found. But load it anyway, and wait for the lovely beep.

    Read more about Coby 1.5-Inch Digital Photo Keychain (White)

    Coby DP-758 7-Inch Widescreen Digital Photo Frame

    Technical Details:

    • 7-inch widescreen TFT LCD color display
    • Displays JPEG image files
    • SD, MMC, and MS card slots
    • Wall-mountable design
    • Detachable stand

    What says about this photo frame:

    1. This product has served the purpose my wife wanted it to. One thing I wish I knew before I bought this item is it will not play mp3s and show pics at the same time. It does have one glitch that is not a serious problem. When the unit gets warm from use, it will put lines through a picture every now and then. The only other thing I would make sure of is that you have some sort of extra external memory card. This unit does not have internal memory of any sort. Jump drives are cheap and easy to use though!

    2. I am very satisfied with the COBY DP-768. It is a basic photo frame that provides all that I require. The set-up is not terribly intuitive, but not too bad. I did find that I had to experiment quite a bit in order to get my photos to properly fill the 16:9 frame. I ended up cropping my jpeg photos to 700 x 460 pixels (that is 8.75″ x 5.75″ at 80 pixels/inch). I set the frame to 16:9 format, and then set the image to “origial” size. This worked for me, but I don’t fully understand why these dimensions don’t equate to a 16:9 display proportion. I also don’t understand why photos cropped to match the instruction manual display resolution of 480 x 234 pixels did not work well for me. At those setting, the image did not come close to filling the screen. I feel that the instruction manual was lacking in describing the process required to properly crop photos to an acceptable format. My camera only takes images in 4:3 format, so some tinkering was required.

    Read more about Coby DP-758 7-Inch Widescreen Digital Photo Frame

    Samsung SPF-71E 7-Inch Digital Photo Frame

    Technical Details:

    • 7-inch Digital Photo Frame
    • Sharp 480 x 234 image resolution
    • Save photos to the frame with 120 MB internal memory
    • Automatic slide show with effects
    • Clock function for added functionality

    What says about this photo frame:

    1. I searched websites trying to find an easy to use photo frame with 4:3 ratio and good resolution. I found this one at a store and thought I’d try it out. I was worried it would be difficult to set up given that I have a Mac computer. This wasn’t the case at all. I hooked it up to the computer with the USB cable, highlighted the photos I wanted on the frame and drug them to the frame’s icon on my desktop. So easy.
    The only thing I didn’t like (and it could just be my camera, 5 megapixel) is that the pictures that are vertical were not as clear as the horizontal pictures. Overall, I think it is a good frame and easy to use.

    Read more about Samsung SPF-71E 7-Inch Digital Photo Frame (Black)

    Philips 6.5-Inch Digital Photo Frame

    Technical Details:

    • 7-inch frame; 6.5 inch viewable display; 800×480 resolution; 3:2 aspect ratio
    • 16MB Flash built in memory; Two memory card reader slots for extra external memory; compatible with Compact flash type 1, SD SDHD, Mulitmedia Card, xD card, Memory Stick, and Memory Pro
    • Compatible with Windows Vista, Windows 2000/XP or later, and Mac OS X
    • Photo edit: copy, delete, rotate, zoom, and black and white effect
    • Includes AC-DC adapter, USB cable, stand and quick start guide

    What says about this photo frame:

    1. The Philips 7-Inch LCD Digital Photo Frame (Black) hit enough of my key needs to be worth the cash for me. If you’re like me, the thought of a $150 digital photo frame is simply over the top. The cost of these guys hasn’t really come down too much in general. That was the main reason it took me so long to pull the trigger on one of these.

    2. I am a professional photographer that relies on clarity as well as functionality use this product in presentations as well as helping me sell my photographs.
    This product offers me the clarity and ease of operation I need. The clarity is as good as frames more than twice the price. The ease of operation makes it even more appealing. If you are looking for high quality at a great price I couldn’t recommend this product more.
    I looked at frames at twice the price and decides on this one. It’s a truly professional product and a great value.

    Read more about Philips 6.5-Inch Digital Photo Frame (Clear & Black)

    Sony DPF-D70 7-inch Digital Photo Frame

    Technical Details:

    • A 7-inch digital photo frame with 800×480 resolution, 15:9 aspect ratio LCD screen
    • 256MB of internal memory with optional image resizing to maximize internal memory
    • Multiple display modes, including nine slide show styles; clock and calendar modes included
    • Supports most memory card formats; equipped with a USB B-type connection
    • Decodes and displays up to 48-megapixel and 100MB images

    What says about this photo frame:

    1. A DPF has been on our wishlist for a long time but we have been put off by the reviews, mostly critical. Sony has now come up with a pricey but solid, well built, attractive and intuitively programmed unit with an LCD screen that presents supurb images. It includes lots of image display and data presentation options to tinker with. It would be nice if it had a battery, if for no other reason than to facilitate loading it from the computer, since the corded transformer is clunky and so heavy that it can drag the unit off the table. Clock functions are counter-intuitive and poorly described in the manual. Sony says that the TIFF image file format is compatable but we found that not to be the case. So instead, we Photoshop-converted our Web GIF photos to BMP, which worked fine.
    In all, DPF’s have finally arrived with this Sony product. We’re delighted with it.

    2. Sony has a specific target audience in mind when they developed the S-Frames. This is not for you if you want to show lots of photos, enough to max out the 200 MB of usable space (that’s more than enough for me – if I want to show more photos I can clear out the old photos for more), and is not for the bargain hunter. If you value picture quality, this is it. I leaned toward the DPF-D70, as I find its larger brother to be costlier and a bit too big for my needs.

    Read more about Sony DPF-D70 7-inch Digital Photo Frame

    Published on November 28, 2008 · Filed under: Photo Accessories; Tagged as: ,
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