Kodak EasyShare P825 8 inch High-resolution Digital Photo Frame with 4000 image storage capacity - Black
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- High resolution 8-inch screen (800x600 pixels)
- Stunning picture quality with patented Kodak colour science technology
- Store up to 4000 pictures on the built-in memory
- Accepts all common memory cards and USB
- Easy to use
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|Item Dimensions||6.6 x 16.5 x 20.3 cm||5.7 x 19.5 x 16.5 cm||20 x 32 x 5.7 cm||2.72 x 26.92 x 19.68 cm||20.2 x 30.5 x 2.5 cm|
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Don’t store your photos away when you can enjoy them everyday with the Kodak P825 digital picture frame. The P825 has stunning picture quality and is incredibly simple to use. The superb high resolution 8” (800x600) screen and patented Kodak Color Science technology deliver crisper detail and more vibrant colours. And with a 4:3 aspect ratio the P825 frame is a perfect fit for your digital photos. Designed to be easy to use, simply plug in, insert a memory card and the slideshow begins. The one-click controls allow you to view your photos in random shuffle or in chronological order with 3 different settings for transition and duration. The P825 accepts all common memory cards SD, SDHC, xD, MMC, MS, MSPro, MSPro Duo and USB. As well as displaying photos from your memory card, you can store your entire photo collection of up to 4,000 pictures on the frames 512MB built-in memory thanks to the automatic picture resizing feature. Efficient power consumption and mercury-free displays make Kodak frames easy on the environment. Enjoy your photos more with the Kodak P825 digital picture frame.
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So, I'm pleased with it, but there are a couple of negative points:
It automatically resizes your photos when you copy them across, which is an excellent idea, allowing you to put loads of photos on the internal memory. But... I tried copying a few hundred hi-res (6-10Mpixel) photos onto it and I think it just couldn't cope. Some of the photos got corrupted and the frame would just hang when it got to them. Maybe if you only did a few at a time, or if they weren't that big in the first place it would be fine.
I got round this by resizing them first using the batch convert feature on Irfanview, which you can download for free from the internet (nothing to do with Kodak). This worked fine.
The available slide show modes are limited, but this may be the case on other frames as well. You get a choice of 5, 10 or 60 seconds but the 10 second setting does this nauseating (literally) pan and zoom thing. 5 seconds is a bit fast, but 60 is ideal if you just want a constantly changing picture, rather than watching them all as a slide show.
Although it has a USB interface this is not for a PC but is for a memory stick. This means that to transfer pictures from a PC, requires an empty memory stick.
The support documentation is poor as it attempts to provide a little in many languages. As I was sending this as a wedding present, I printed the manual from the website.
I paid a lot more for the previous frame that I had bought in the USA (not Kodak), and friends said I could have paid less for a new one, but look at the pixels on the frame and you realise that you are getting quality, especially with the Kodak high resolution images. I use a 4gb sd card to load the frame and 4000 images is a huge library to add.
So for price, quality, build and image colouration, I have no hesitation recommending the Kodak 8in. Easyshare Frame!
This exercise proved to be easier said than done. There is only a quick start guide in the box which tells the user little more than how to plug it in and switch it on and it is necessary to go on line to get the full manual which can then be downloaded or viewed online.
As the specification said that the frame came with USB, I had rather fondly imagined that I could plug it straight into my computer with a USB to mini USB cable and simply copy the files over - as one does with most cameras and MP3 players for example. I quickly realised that this was not so - perhaps it isn't for any of these frames - and that instead one had to plug a USB flash drive or any other drive (which must be self powered) with a USB cable directly into the frame. Once done the frame should pick up the images automatically.
In my case, once I had copied the images to a flash drive, nothing happened; but I then discovered this was because the images I had were in TIFF format and the frame only supports JPEGs and EXIF files - i.e. essentially just JPEGS. I know most digital cameras save files as JPEGS, but even so this very limited format capability surprised me.
I succeeded in converting all the images - at a loss of some quality - and eventually managed to work out how to copy them to the frame; trust me when I say, it isn't at all obvious.
Once done the frame worked as expected although I was also disappointed with the very limited alternatives for the times that each frame is displayed for (three alternatives) and the selection of fades from one frame to the next (essentially also three but they determined by the time chosen). In short then functionality is extremely limited.
This was not a cheap frame compared to others that I looked at. Yet I find it hard to imagine that this has any more functionality than cheaper frames. The capacity is not huge and there are none of the bells and whistles - such as clocks, ability to play MP3s etc. - which I see on frames not that much more expensive.
I was swayed by the Kodak name, but I regret it, and I am most certain there are going to be much better frames around, with better functionality and ease of use than this one. A very disappointing purchase.
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A good value, easy to operation photo frame. The accompanying instructions are good for basic operations, but are less clear if you want to download...Read more