- Product Dimensions: 7.3 x 24.1 x 19.8 cm ; 975 g
- Shipping Weight: 680 g
- Item model number: 8388175
- ASIN: B002HRENEI
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Aug. 17 2012
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #184,421 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
Kodak P825 8in Dig Photo Frame 800x600 4:3 500:1 512mb Usb
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- Great value-stunning 8\" display enhanced by KODAK Color Science Technology
- 8 in. (20.3 cm) high-resolution 4:3 display 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
Kodak P825 EasyShare Digital Picture Frame Shopping for that person who has everything? The KODAK EASYSHARE P825 Digital Frame makes finding the right gift simpler than ever. Everyone loves to relive favorite memories-and because of KODAK Color ScienceTechnology, 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 P825 Digital Frame, and turn \"you shouldn't have\" into \"so happy you did.Features:* Great value - stunning 8\" display enhanced by KODAK Color Science Technology* Give a frame as a personalized gift* 8 in. (20.3 cm) high-resolution 4:3 display* Powered by an ENERGY STAR Qualified Adapter for a better environment* Plug-and-play operation-just insertmemory card or USB flash drive with digital pictures and slide show automatically begins* Store up to 4,000 pictures with 512 MB internal memory and automatic picture resizing Customize the way you see pictures; choose from three different transitions and duration timesSpecifications:Image file formats: JPEG, EXIFWeight (without power supply): 15.9 ozDimensions: 6.5 x 8.0 x 2.6 in.Display size: 8 in. diagonalDisplay area:6.4 x 4.8 in.Display resolution: 800 x 600 pixelsAspect ratio: 4:3Display type: aSi TFT active matrixDisplay backlight: LEDDisplay brightness: 70 NITs (typical)Contrast ratio: 500:1Memory cards supported: Secure Digital (SD), Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC), Multimedia Card(MMC), MEMORY STICK (MS), MS PRO/MS PRO DUO, XD-Picture Card (xD)Power consumption: 4.8 W (framerunning in slideshow mode)Memory: 512 MBPower supply:100-240 V AC, 50?60 Hz5 V DC 1.5 A, EIAJ Class 2 DC plug
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But then I set it up. First of all, there was not enough information for me in the Quick Start Guide. I had to download the Extended user guide (which is still very basic).
There is a definite pause between turning the frame on and getting a response. It took several tries to learn the process.
There is no cable to connect the frame to a computer. I had to use a USB drive and an SD card to transfer pictures to the frame. It is very time consuming to add, change and delete pictures using the frame controls. I agree with Gill, just buy additional storage device (USB drive, memory card) to load up pictures from the computer and then leave it inserted in the frame.
There are only three play options: five/ten/sixty seconds between pictures (each option has its own transition effect, which cannot be changed).
There is no on-screen menu. The screen is nice and bright, but there is no brightness control. There is an EasyShare software program download. But I am still trying to figure it out.
The border on my frame is a dark blue and the base of the frame is black.
I bought this for my mother's 80th birthday. All she has to do is turn it on to see all the pictures of her grandchildren.
1. You can only display photos horizontally since the small plastic stand can't be moved. And once you attach the stand, it can't be removed.
2. There are only 3 ways to load pictures onto the device. We decided to use an USB flash drive but that was a lot trickier than it should have been. Sometimes it loaded 1 picture, sometimes it loaded 3, and then other times it loaded all of them. It was like a weird game of chance. And during some of the times it loaded only a few pictures, it also caused a weird power outage on the device.
3. If the picture size doesn't match the size of the frame or they exceed the device's DPI it stretches the photo so that it appears weird on the screen.
4. You have to go online to download the product manual.
Don't get me wrong it looks good, and the pictures display very nicely and clear. But when you go through some issues just trying to get it to work, then it makes the device less than okay.
my Mother at Thanksgiving.