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Epson Photo Viewer P-3000 40GB MultiMedia Storage Viewer

by Epson

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  • Display unparalleled image brightness, colour and detail (640x480 pixels)
  • Back-up, view and share digital photos (JPEG & RAW1)
  • Store up to 2,300 files in RAW format with 40GB storage capacity
  • Built-in Compact Flash® and SD memory card slots for additional back-up
  • Incredible reliability with a long battery life (up to 3 hours of continuous slide show viewing)
  • Print your photos to any compatible Epson photo printer via USB 2.0 direct print
  • View metadata at the touch of a button
  • Folder protection function for guaranteed security
  • Rate your photos as you view them for improved file management
  • Sleek and durable, high quality casing
  • Enjoy a wide range of movies and music formats
  • Officially certified DivX product
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  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 8.9 x 3.3 cm ; 1.2 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.4 Kg
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  • Item model number: B31B186003CZ
  • ASIN: B000JHZXHE
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 7 Oct. 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)

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Store, manage and share your photos and movies with this sleek, powerful, compact multimedia viewer. It's perfect for sharing memories with friends, or as a portable, professional photo assistant. Experience the benefits of digital photography with the Epson P-3000. This powerful, compact device brings new flexibility and performance to digital photography. Watch movies in various formats, store and view photos through the new crystal clear 4 inch Photo Fine Ultra LCD. There's a 40GB internal memory for ima

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55 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Laurence Williams on 7 Feb. 2007
This is an excellent machine which, for me, serves many purposes and removes the possible need for several portable devices.

It not only plays music, video (which can be films ripped from DVD) and shows/prints photos - but can also be used as a portable photo backup device as it has a camera card reading capability and USB port or, of course, plain and simple computer files...

You should refer to the Epson website for the full specification and capability, as this unit supports a wide-range of file formats...for example, I have now got a Canon EOS digital camera which can take images in RAW format; I have just 'discovered' (as I hadn't noticed it was on the specification !) that this Epson player can display RAW images (and of course easily access them via the CF slot !).

Improving on the P-2000 and 4000 designs, this model (which includes the P-5000, differing by having a larger hard-disk capacity of 80Gb) the screen is larger, the battery has a higher capacity (2600mAh vs 2300).

Perhaps most importantly, it now has both USB slave AND host sockets built-in; this means that various types of USB device can be attached and accessed, as opposed to just allowing printing and connect to a PC (as was the case before) using the full-size 'normal' USB socket which sits alongside the mini-USB socket

For example, I use the now defunct Smartmedia cards in my smaller digital camera, but there is no Smartmedia card slot on the Epson; so instead I can just plug in a travel USB card reader (ie one of the small portable unpowered efforts) which accepts Smartmedia cards to access the digital photos.

The power requirement of the USB device you may want to connect is an issue, so don't go thinking you can connect one of the larger USB hubs.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By C. England on 4 Sept. 2007
I bought my P3000 just before Christmas last year, having been impressed by a friend's P2000, though not by the speed at which images appeared after being selected. This issue seemed to have been resolved if the reviews were to be believed, so I took the plunge. The main attraction was the ability to download images from CF and SD cards, both of which I use, thus clearing the cards for further use. In this respect the P3000 has met all my expectations, setting me free to take pictures without any worries of running out of memory cards.

The bonus of course is being able to immediately review the pictures taken, though you do have to be a little patient while the files download. Once they're on the machine, reviewing the images is as pleasurable as it could be, with very little delay once the image has been chosen. The zoom facility is very useful for checking image sharpness.

The naming of folders etc is possible via the on-board system but is long-winded and a little tiresome, so it's best to name the folders using the USB connection to a computer.

The image quality is superb, and it is a pleasure to look at. In my opinion the P3000 can give the impression that the pictures are sharper than they actually are, so in that respect it can be rather flattering!

As a DVD viewer or MP3 player I can confirm another reviewer's report that the sound volume is on the quiet side, though with decent headphones the level is quite sufficient for most situations. The best headphones I have found for this are the Sennheiser HD280s, which damp out peripheral sound very effectively and give a fantastic sound quality with the P3000. The speaker on the P3000 is absolutely awful, IMHO, and headphones are a must.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Pepper #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 18 Nov. 2006
This is one of those products that exceeds expectations and is arguably "undersold" (except on price!). It is beautifully constructed and with a 4 inch screen that looks bigger than you would expect. The image quality of the LCD has to be seen to be believed - it is simply stunning. The device also plays a wide range of files, photo, video and music. Battery life is very good too and the menu system is clear and logical. The downloading of files from SD or compactflash cards is easy and the Epson P-3000 fits nicely in the hand and can be readily passed around to show off your photographs. Overall, an exquisitely engineered item of the highest quality, albeit, you do pay for it!
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