- Product Dimensions: 7.3 x 23.2 x 17.5 cm
- Shipping Weight: 635 g
- Item model number: 8942930
- ASIN: B002HRENE8
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Feb. 19 2010
- Average Customer Review: Be the first to review this item
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #322,174 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
Kodak Easyshare P725 Dig Pic Frame 7in 800 600 4:3 500:1 512mb Usb (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- Great value-stunning 7-Inch display enhanced by KODAK Color Science Technology
- 7 in. (17.8 cm) high-resolution 4:3 display
- Powered by an ENERGY STAR Qualified Adapter for a better environment
- Store up to 4,000 pictures with 512 MB internal memory and automatic picture resizing
- Plug-and-play operation with simple one-click controls
From the Manufacturer
Quality and value wrapped into one perfect gift.
Shopping for that person who has everything? The Kodak EasyShare P725 Digital Frame makes finding the right gift simpler than ever. Everyone loves to relive favorite memories, and because of Kodak color Science Technology, those memories will be as vivid as the moment they happened. If you’re looking for something special, look to the name you know and trust. Give them a Kodak EasyShare P725 Digital Frame, and turn "you shouldn't have" into "so happy you did."
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
If you want a simple to use frame, with absolutely gorgeous image quality, this is the one for you. Grandma could operate it - just a few buttons.
It'll display from it's memory, or from a USB stick or card (and probably other things I haven't used). With a couple buttons, you can copy the images from the USB etc. to the memory.
It shows pictures in order by date modified, or random. If you just load pics from the camera card, this will be perfect.
If you edit images, you have to find some software to fix (reset) the date modified, if you want the photos in order. There is a lot of freeware to do this. Alternatively, you can download Kodak's free software to create slideshows - it sets the date to today, and then increments the time. This works great for an individual slideshow - but not so good for adding things to the frame.
But, if you just add new pictures as you shoot them, they'll stay in order.
If you want a bunch of fancy options (music, video, etc) or want to be able to scroll around on the frame and select groups of pictures, those features are not on this frame.
But personally, I'll deal with creating slideshows on the computer, and putting them on a stick.
Did I mention, the color and photo quality is absolutely GEORGOUS?
The frame was a birthday present for my friend, and I wanted her to be able to see pictures on it right away. This EasyShare plays pictures directly from the frame, or from a memory card or a USB flash drive. I chose pictures that I thought she'd like and spent a happy afternoon organizing them onto a SanDisk Cruzer, so she could enjoy the frame while selecting her own pictures. The picture quality is crisp and bright, and there is none of that "funhouse mirror" distortion that you sometimes get when the picture isn't the right shape for the frame. I knew my friend wouldn't be happy seeing herself and her family egg-shaped!
If there is one thing about this product that could have been better, it's the user guide that came in the package. But the online extended user guide and support is excellent, so it was only a minor drawback. The directions suggested checking for software, firmware and driver downloads. Note that there are no downloads available at this time for Windows 7, so that could possibly be an issue for users who run that OS (as my friend and I both do). It wasn't an issue with this purchase since the drivers were up-to-date. There is EasyShare software available to be downloaded for free, to help with organizing, editing and uploading, but anyone who is satisfied with their current photo management software can pass it by.
This gift was a big success and so far has performed very well. Isn't it satisfying when you have a great idea for a present and your research pays off, and the recipient totally enjoys it? This digital frame would put a smile on anyone's face.
Linda Bulger, 2010