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    Senior Member mn shutterbug's Avatar
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    Digital Picture Frames

    Has anybody had any experience with these gizmos? My wife's big day is coming up and I know she would love to have one. I doubt that she has even heard of them before. I know there was a batch not too long ago that came with a virus. When I check reviews on Amazon, most people submit their review the day they get it. They should wait until they've had it a few months. Then we'd know if the unit holds up for awhile.

    Have any of you had one for awhile that you would recommend, or are they still too new to gamble on?
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    Canon 30D X 2, Canon 100-400L, Thrift Fifty, Canon 18-55 IS 3rd generation lens plus 430 EX II flash and Better Beamer. :thumbsup:

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    Re: Digital Picture Frames

    I bought one for my wife to use at her office. After much research I decided on the 10 inch Kodak. We've had it for 4 months and it the best picture i've seen on any of these. Paid $199.99 at an Electronics discount box store. That was the price every where by the way.
    Everyone at her office comments that it's the best the've seen also. None of them have a perfect picture. I usualy import to my computer from the cameras memory card, tweek the picture and crop to 4x6 ratio' download back to another card and the load the Picture frame.
    This way you can adjust picture quality on your computer. I never hook the picture frame directly to the computer or camera.

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    Re: Digital Picture Frames

    Thanks. Can you provide the model number?
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    Re: Digital Picture Frames

    Quote Originally Posted by mn shutterbug
    Thanks. Can you provide the model number?
    The Model # is Kodak Easyshare SV1011

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    Re: Digital Picture Frames

    Thanks. I see Amazon now has them for $150.
    Mike
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    Canon 30D X 2, Canon 100-400L, Thrift Fifty, Canon 18-55 IS 3rd generation lens plus 430 EX II flash and Better Beamer. :thumbsup:

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    Re: Digital Picture Frames

    Amazon.com: Philips 10.2-inch Digital Photo Frame with 9.4-Inch Viewable LCD Display (Metal)

    Just bought this for my mom and I'm pleased with it so far..(havn't given it to her yet)..the resolution is good at 800x600...it takes most memory cards..automatically resizes..auto orientate from portrait to landscape, very nice metal frame as opposed to the boxy wooden ones. Pretty good internal memory or play off the card. Internal rechargeable battery as well as AC..not sure how long it lasts. Give it some research.
    Please ask to edit photos and I'll do the same! :thumbsup:
    Thx, Rod
    http://krimingerphotography.printroom.com

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