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Digital Picture Frames - December 3, 2007, 08:46 AM

Can someone breakdown what I should be looking for when purchasing one?

I am not tech savvy and want to know how much memory I need to host a nice amount of pictures. If anyone has any suggested products that would be nice too.


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internal memory space: ie how many pix can it hold
ease of putting the pix on there...
picture size
can you set transition?
can you set when it is on and when it is off?

the num of pix depend on the size of the pic taken and the size of the frame.
Ill see if i can dig up a chart to help..

the easiest unfort, is the ones ~ $200 should do ya just fine w/out worrying.

sounds stupid, but ive been looking and all the brands around that price seem to be decent all the way around..


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I just got one on sale. Didn't really reseach it.

http://www.axiontv.com/www/ProductDetail.asp?did=180

Think it was like $65 with rebate and shipping. Haven't uploaded any pics yet but it holds like 16meg. It's 7"

If I size down the images I can probably get about 60 pics on there for the slideshow function. The few images that came preloaded look OK, not great. A bit fuzzy if you ask me but then again, I like the way I look when I'm fuzzy.
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Well the biggest thing is that you are also going to need to have a memory card full of pictures for some of the digital picture frames. The ones that have their own built-in memory are going to cost more but seem to be the most efficient. They only require that you have an USB flash drive to transfer the pictures over. I would recommend either Kodak Phillips.


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CK Costco...they have a good selection!

I just picked up an 8" for $100


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We got my dad this one last year for Christmas. We based it on the memory cards he alreay had for his Nikon D200 which uses Compact Flash (CF) memory and it comes from Kodak which was a big plus. There are a few companies that make them that I had never heard of before which kept us from buying them. He has had no problems with it.

http://www.kodak.com/eknec/PageQueri...q-locale=en_US


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Thanks for the input fellas


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