KitVision 20 inch Digital Photo Frame with 1 GB of Internal Memory, Built-In Stand and Wall Mount - Black
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- Automatic slideshow with a range of transition effects so you can customise your photos however you like
- Useful on-screen display so any one can use it
- Built-in speaker so you can even add a soundtrack to your pictures
- Built-in stand and wall mount included for placement on a sideboard, desk or even up on the wall
- 1 GB of internal memory built-in which can be read off a compatible memory card or USB device
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Size: 20 inch | Colour Name: Black
Introducing the new KitVision 20 inch digital photo frame
This easy to use plug and play 20 inch digital photo frame features 1GB of memory, clock, remote control, calendar, slideshow facility and auto-rotate function. The card reader is compatible with SD, MS and USB.
- Alimentation:12 V
- Consumption: 6 Watts
- Working Temperature: -20 to +65 degrees
- Response Time: 25ms
- Display Mode: 4:3
- File Format: JPEG, MPEG1, MPEG2, MP3, MPEG4（AVI)
- Photo Size: 12 Mega Pixels
- Current: AC110-240V (50HZ-60HZ)
- Cards: SD/MMC/MS/USB
- Displays digital pictures (JPEG) without a computer
- Internal Memory - 1 GB built-in
- Simply insert a compatible memory card into the Digital Picture Frame to show photos, play MP3 music or supported video files
- Compatible memory cards include Secure Digital Card (SD), MultiMedia Card (MMC), Memory Stick (MS)
- Able to read files located on a USB Flash drive
- Instantly plays MP3 music with the integrated speakers.
- Supports up to 12 Mega Pixels image files (JPEG format)
- Compatible with most digital cameras' stored JPEG images and motion JPEG files
- Includes a remote control
- User-friendly on-screen display lets you access all controls easily
Digital Picture Frame with built in stand
USB Cable, AC/DC Adapter
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Top Customer Reviews
I had reservations about ordering this but thought I could send it back if I wasn't happy - but I am.
The photos I viewed on this frame were taken on 5 Mega Pixel, there was no distortion at all, crystal clear.
I was really surprised as it was half the price of the Sony. I viewed the same pictures on the Sony and they were quite grainy.
I viewed the pictures first at less than arms length, then thought I should try it a bit further away - still crystal clear.
It's probably is not as expensive looking as the Sony or has as many functions but it provides a better picture and you can plug in a card reader via USB. This frame will adjust the picture to fit the frame without distortion.
Because it's basic it doesn't randomise your files, I found, so had to randomise them myself and re-write the file names in number order so it would play them as I wanted. But once I'd done that it looked great and was there for very easy to add new ones to the order. The way it randomally scrolls through the pictures is brill. One may slide to the side to reveal the next underneath, the next may roll into a tube and roll to the otherside, then the next appears from the background really small zooms about then pops up to the screen. Only one picture per revolution though but still great.
The frame can be set up for portrait or landscape with the menu buttons at the back (mine are set at landscape as most of the pictures are scaped that way) and the stand will just twist round one position at a time to the required postion. It feels sturdily built and fairly robust, so probably survive a few accidental knocks from my niece and nephew. The cable for the socket could have been longer but looks fairly standard, about 1 metre. The only let down for me is that the SD card slot doesn't have spring back.Read more ›
Potential buyers should take note that this frame has a 16:9 aspect ratio while the majority of raw images from whatever source do not. If you just want to take the card from a digital camera and plug it in then you should perhaps choose a frame with a 4:3 ratio screen since a 4:3 image on a 16:9 screen will either have black bars at the ends or be clipped on the long axis.
If on the other hand you choose to edit your photos then write them to an SD card cropping suitable pictures to roughly 16:9 can give very pleasing results on this little frame provided of course that you don't want to mix landscape and portrait formats in a slide show.
Used within its limitations it deserves five stars but be sure that you know what you want before buying.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Brought it for a 65th birthday present and the birthday boy is very happy with it. Good size, easy to set up, good price. Very happy.Published 15 days ago by Darryl Luckhurst
This is a quality photo frame and at a very decent price indeed. The only thing preventing me from giving it a full 5 stars is the fact that it requires power (plug) which uses up... Read morePublished 16 days ago by P. Boyle
Bought as a present, you get what you pay for quality wise and it works better with some of the slightly lower res images but easy to use and set up and go. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Apples
Yes I quite like this to watch some family photos away from computerPublished 27 days ago by R. Wolley
very ugly to have on my mantle piece and very bad quilty image but i guess u get what u pay for!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer