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Philips 9" Digital Photo Frame (9FF2M4/00)

by Philips

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  • High pixel density for sharp and detailed photo display
  • Display all the crisp colours of professional printed photos
  • Exquisite materials and finishing add value to your photos
  • Four swappable frames to fit your decor and personal taste
  • Play slideshows, single photo, thumbnails or show clock
  • Display and manage photos on memory cards or internal memory
  • Create albums, slideshows and manage your photos
  • Rotate, zoom, crop, mask and add effects to your photos
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 26 x 10.8 x 19.9 cm ; 1 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 2.4 Kg
  • Item model number: 9FF2M4/05
  • ASIN: B000I0V4NO
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 23 Aug. 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

AC or on-board battery power gives you the choice of operating your Photo Frame on standard AC power or cordlessly with the on-board rechargeable battery.

the Memory-Card Manager is a set of two built-in memory card readers and featured software for displaying, editing, storing and organising your memory card photos directly in one hassle-free step - all without a PC. It accommodates two memory card slots: One slot accepts Compact Flash I (CF) cards while the second accommodates Memory Stick (MS,MSPro), secure digital (SD) Card and Multi Media Cards (MMC) and xD card. They all work as extended memory space - just like the Photo Frame's internal memory.

A USB connector is built into the device for easy and quick downloading photos from a PC.

Smart Album allows you to create and manage albums, as well as to set up and adjust transition effects to your photo slideshows.

The PhotoEffect Wizard is easy-to-use feature for you to rotate, zoom in, crop and even adjust photo colour tones to black & white or sepia, right in Photo Frame.

Full colour display brings out the best in your photos with vibrant, real life colours by displaying the same full range of colours found in professionally printed photos.

Top quality design and exquisite materials include a solid metal stand, stylish frame and detailed finishing which convey an impression of value and refined taste, adding lustre to the photos displayed on the Photo Frame.

A selection of interchangeable frames that snap onto your Photo Frame fits your personal taste and compliments your home or office decor.

A timer turns your Photo Frame on and off at times you choose. You can select different time slots to fit your personal schedule and to save energy.

Box Contains

  • Philips 9" Digital Photo Frame
  • AC-DC Adapter
  • User manual & PC software CD
  • Quick start guide
  • Stand
  • USB cable
  • Wall mount kit
  • Four interchangeable frames

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    Customer Reviews

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    171 of 175 people found the following review helpful By Ben on 17 Jan. 2007
    I agonised for ages about buying a digital frame. They were pretty expensive, the screens looked small, the quality was questionable, there were pretty well no reviews to be found and the big question was "Do I really need one?".

    Well, I eventually bought the Philips 9FF2M4/00 and, to cut a long story short, it's just perfect with a few tiny caveats.

    The "Getting it Out Of The Box" experience was great, it was well-packaged, felt sturdy and well-made and exuded quality. So, I chucked a few sample pics on an SD card (it takes SD and CF cards) and plugged it in and encountered the first issue - the socket for the SD card felt a little flimsy - there was no "click" when inserting it, just a kind of mushy feel - not very satisfying but no big deal, it holds the card securely enough.

    After a 30 second fiddle with the menu's I got a great slideshow of my pics - the pics are played straight off the sd card, there are a ton of transitions to pick from, you can alter display time, etc etc - pretty well everything you'd expect.

    The pics looked pretty good but weren't perfect. I have to admit here that I'm a bit of a geek and want things to be perfect, especially when the frame was a present from me to me and my wife and would take pride of place in our sitting room.

    So, the quest began to make it perfect. Firstly, pictures that were a little dark didn't look particularly good - nothing major, just "not perfect". So, I lightened up all the darkish pictures - looking good so far. In addition, slight imperfections in the pics showed up more in the frame so I tidied up the worst of them - looking better.

    Then, it became apparent that the aspect ratio of the screen was not "picture size", it was slightly flatter and wider.
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    17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Virtute Et Labore on 6 Oct. 2007
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    Built in software on the frame is easy to use using the 3 navigation buttons. Useful insight from Ben in other review on resizing to 688x488. I used photoshop elements to resize, haven't tried SW that comes on CD. I re-size to 344x488 for portait, then turn on the collage function so that portraits are shown with a few additional small croped prints that fills the frame (almost looks like one of those sets from a school photograph) and just adds an interesting variation.

    Download from PC is simply drag and drop, a great range of transitions. Being able to setup mutilpe albums is really handy. Good bright crips picture, with adjustable backlight/brightness, has been admired by many visitors. Most important; wife likes it, and it's been great to get to see some of those older pictures hidden away on the hard drive.

    Only 4 stars due to actual viewable picture diagonal being 8 inches and not 9; I noticed Amazon.com sells it as 8-inch. Although the philips site says 9.
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    44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By B. Wells on 7 May 2007
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    We bought this digital photo frame as a gift for our daughter-in-law and were very impressed with the quality of the product. So much so that we were very pleased when they bought my wife one in return for her birthday.

    The build quality is execellent and the display resolution much better than some other frames that I have seen on sale in the UK. There is ample built in storage for holding plenty of your images but I prefer to use an old 16 Mbyte CF card from an old camera to dump my cropped images to. Depending on the compression you give them this will hold approx 200 pics.

    My only complaint is the abysmal quality of the Philips Photo Manager software - which is the reason I only give a 4 star rating. Unless you are conversant with file management on a PC you may have trouble locating your images as 'My Pictures' needs to be navigated to from c:/Documents and Settings/user/My Documents/.......etc. Also the drag and drop can be a bit iffy at times. I have also found when adding additional images to an album they sometimes show as an empty place holder with an X in the middle or I end up with duplicate images!!! I now don't use the Photo Manager software but prefer to drag and drop resized images with windows explorer straight to my CF card.

    Having said all that I am very happy with the hardware and would recommend this frame as it produces a great slide show and is very versatile in its timing, transition effects and auto turn on/off feature.
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    77 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Pepper #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 30 Dec. 2006
    I was bought this as a (generous) Christmas present. It is a product of outstanding quality - the construction of the frame is perfect, and, critically, the LCD display is probably the best I have ever seen. The ergonomics are very sound and make the device very user friendly indeed - you can easily programme it to come on and off at peak times with different settings for weekends. Uploading pictures is dead easy too. Overall, a real top drawer product from Philips which is hard to fault and looks great. In summary, usability and sheer quality in one - all other versions of this sort of product that I have seen seem second best in comparison.
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    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Cherie McSauce on 24 Nov. 2007
    This is a great frame - it looks good, the quality of the photos are superb and it is very easy to use. So what is the problem?
    I purchased this frame on behalf of my parents, who were delighted with it, until the battery went flat and we got out the AC power adapter to recharge it and found it was a 2 pin plug not compatible for use in the U.K. Assuming that this particular box had been sent in error I emailed Pixmania to find out if this was the case but have heard nothing from them in over a week. Having now returned the frame to them at a cost of £19.95 I have still heard nothing and am therefore very disappointed. The price is very competitive and because of that it was my intention to order 2 more frames but I now wonder if this is the reason for the great price?! Has anyone else who ordered this frame encountered this problem? I now plan to purchase the frames at John Lewis for £189 but at least I know I will receive the correct AC adaptor.
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