- Also check our best rated Camera reviews
Philips 7FF3FPB/05 7 inch Digital Photo Frame
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- 'Imagen Technology' for Sharp and Vibrant Colour
- Optimised Contrast for Visual Clarity
- Collage Facility Displays Multiple Photos in One View
- View USB Flash Drive Photos Without a PC
- Intuitive UI, 5-Way Keypad for Easy Navigation and Operation
- Power Saving Display Timer
- Photo Orientation Automatically Detects Portrait or Landscape Picture
Customers also shopped for
Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
How many digital pictures are hidden on your PC? See, share, organise and relive your memories with Philips PhotoFrame™, the easiest way to share your memories by displaying your digital photos in stunning quality - without a PC.
- Top-quality display for print-like pictures
- Easily display and manage your digital photos
- Simple intuitive operation and great convenience
- Green design
- Stylish curved design complements your photos
Aspect ratio: 16:9
Colour of product: Black
Compatible memory cards: MMC,SD,SDHC,xD
Contrast ratio (typical): 300:1
Display brightness: 200 cd/m²
Display diagonal: 17.8 cm (7")
Display resolution: 480 x 234 pixels
Interface: USB 2.0
Lifetime to 50% brightness: 20000 h
On Screen Display (OSD): Y
Operating temperature (T-T): 0 - 40 °C
Photo edit: Copy, Delete, Rotate
Plug and Play: Y
Power consumption (typical): 5 W
Power source type: AC
Slideshow setting: Y
Viewing angle, horizontal: 120°
Viewing angle, vertical: 100°
Weight: 4.33 kg
Width (with stand): 206.4 mm
|Share your memories |
How many digital pictures are hidden on your PC? See, share, organise and relive your memories with Philips PhotoFrame, the easiest way to share your memories by displaying your digital photos in stunning quality - without a PC.
| How does it work? |
Just slide any secure digital (SD) and SDHC, multimedia card (MMC), memory stick (MS), MS Pro, MS Duo, MS Pro Duo (via adapter), Micro SD card (via adapter), Mini SD card (via adapter), compact flash (CF) or xD memory card into the PhotoFrame card reader slot to display stored photos directly - all without a PC.
Why do I need it?
You want to slide any popular memory card or DSC into your PhotoFrame without bother or hassle. Philips PhotoFrame automatically recognizes and reads most popular memory cards.
What is it?
A compatibility-tested, worry-free memory card reader with a two memory card slots: One slot reads Compact Flash I (CF) cards (except 6FF3FPW) and a second reads Memory Stick (MS), MS Pro, MS Duo, MS Pro Duo, secure digital (SD) Card, Micro SD (via adapter), Mini SD (via adapter), SDHC/ Multi Media (MMC) and xD cards in one hassle-free step -- all without a PC.
| Why do I need it? |
You want to view and share your photos stored on USB flash drives easily and quickly.
What is it?
A USB connector for easy viewing and sharing of photos stored on USB flash drives..
How does it work?
Insert a USB flash drive into the USB slot to access stored photo files.
|Why do I need it? |
You want safe, enviromentally friendly display products. With Philips, you can be condident that your display device is designed to safeguard our environment.
What is it?
Philips displays are designed and produced to comply with the stringent RoHS standards, which mandate restrictions on hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equiment with the goal of dliminating toxic substances like lead that can harm the environment.
How does it work?
Throughout the continuum from design to production, Philips requires a leadfree manufacturning process with lead-free componments. Philips guarantees that its products comply with stringent RoHS restrictions on hazardous substances including lead.
Lead-free display products are designed and produced in compliance with strict European Community Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) standards that restrict lead and other toxic substances that can harm the environment.
| Why do I need it? |
You want the very best visual clarity and viewing comfort for every type of content. SmartContrast dynamically controls contrast and adjusts backlighting for clear, crisp, bright images while reducing power consumption.
What is it?
Unique technology that dynamically analyses the content and automatically optimizes a LCD screeen's contrast ratio for maximum visual clarity and viewing enjoyment, stepping up backlighting for clearer, crisper and brighter images or dimming backlighting for clear display of images on dark backgrounds. SmartContrast displays can deliver a contrast ratio of up to 3000:1, the highest available today.
How does it work?
When you activate SmartContrast, smart technology analyses the content you are displaying, automatically adjusting colors and controlling backlight intensity to dynamically enhance contrast for the best digital images and optimum contrast where dark hues are displayed.
Top customer reviews
on 2 December 2008
Like the previous reviewer, I've been looking at digital frames for a while now. There is a lot of rubbish out there, so be careful what you choose. This particular frame is of a lower build quality than some of Philips' more expensive frames being made almost entirely of plastic, but it certainly doesn't look cheap. The picture quality is perfectly adequate. The display is not the highest of resolutions, but there is little to complain about - I'd maybe gripe about the slightly clunky transition effects if I were being pedantic.
The frame does actually have a small amount of internal memory, so if you're only looking to store a handful of images you won't need an additional memory card. You can simply copy images from your camera's SD card or a USB stick to the frame itself. Most of the available space is initially taken up with sample images provided by Philips, so you would want to delete these. Unfortunately you won't be able to delete all of them because a bug in the firmware prevents you removing one. A firmware patch should have been available in October apparently but I was unable to find it on the Philips website. That said, the easiest thing to do is pop in a cheap SD card (you can get them for less than a fiver) and copy images straight from your PC to the frame using the USB cable provided. You don't even need to install any software; your PC will recognise the SD card as another drive, and the frame acts as a card reader/writer. Just drag and drop. Easy! You can also delete, add effects, and perform some minor edits using the frame itself.
At this price, there is no reason why you wouldn't want to buy this.
on 29 November 2008
I've been waiting for some time for lcd frames to come down in price and be offered by major manufactures at a reasonable price. This had now happened with Amazon and the Philips digital frame. The colour/image quality is very good and the interface intuitive - in essence you don't need to read the instruction manual. There are some downs, but at the price, you should live with these. Most notable, there is very very little internal storage so you need to use a memory card with the frame. This is probably currently in your digital camera so you'll need to buy a new one. These are very cheap though starting at far less than £10.
My advice is to buy this now.
on 8 January 2009
Don't waste your money on this frame.
Resolution is awful, but that's not so bad as it wouldn't really be that noticeable from a distance.
What's really annoyed me is the fact that this frame will not display your photos on the full width of the screen. Yes you can tell it to stretch the photos to fit the screen, but then everything in the photo is out of proportion. The only solution is to display the photos in original ratio on about 2/3 of the screen. I would have expected the frame to automatically crop the photo to fit on the screen without messing up the proportions.
I expected better from Philips. Very disappointed.
on 4 December 2008
This product works ok, but potential buyers should be aware of these issues:
1. The auto-orientation feature does not seem to work at all, despite me checking that it is enabled and resaving the settings several times. All of my portrait photos were displayed on their side. Maybe I've not set it up correctly.
2. There should be more photo alignment choices. The auto-fit option flattens standard photos quite a lot, while the other options leave space on either side of the photo. I think it could do with auto-fit vertical and auto-fit horizontal features to remedy this.
Apart from this it seems to work fine.
on 8 January 2009
Philips 7FF3FPB/05 7" Digital PhotoFrame
Nice screen let down by the technical bits.
The buttons on the back are not intuitive at all - there are two menu buttons and I couldn't remember which one controlled which functions without looking at the instructions every time, even though I like gadgets and usually find them easy to use. All the buttons are flimsy and unpredictable - sometimes you press and nothing happens, other times they activate twice or more.
The controls appear to allow you to vary the slideshow change rate from 1 second up to several minutes, but the frame just ignores this and changes the picture every 1-3 seconds regardless.
Try another model would be my advice. I sent mine back
on 10 January 2009
I am sending it back, I cannot get any pictures on it without having them distorted... would be ok for lanscapes only (maybe) but as soon as you have someone in the picture it's awful. Have tried the instructions to get to the 4:3 ratio but must be thick as I have not found anything to help me!
Most recent customer reviews
Bought as a gift for my parents - they love it as they have so many pictures of the grand kids. The high gloss black makes it look sleek and stylish and they've had no problems...Read more
Wasn't sure what it was going to be like after reading a few bad reviews about it, but was very impressed with the clearness and sharpness of the pictures.Read more
I looked around on the net and got very confused with what was available. Eventually I chose this one as it was high deff and simple to use.Read more
I ordered this as a Christmas present but the recipiant was very disappointed that no matter which setting it was on the photos changed too quickly.Read more
I got this frame a few months ago, i think it is great,i now have 250 photos on my sd card off my pc, a couple of them are very old copys but the picture is still great, on the...Read more
This is my first digital photo frame. I wanted a frame with an automatic on/off facility and this fits the bill nicely, the resolution is not great but good enough if you don't...Read more
Pages with related products. See and discover other items: blue duvet set