Kodak Easyshare 7" Digital Picture Frame Reviews
Product Type: Kodak Digital Photo Frame
Newest Review: ... I trust I selected one of theirs. Fortunately for me it is easy to use and looks good on the mantelpiece. The picture is ... more
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Kodak Easyshare 7" Digital Picture Frame
Kodak Easyshare 7" Digital Picture Frame
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Customer Kodak Easyshare 7" Digital Picture Frame Reviews (6)
by - written on 24/02/12 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I have over 8,000 photos on my laptop covering about the last 3 years. With two kids whom I take a couple of photos each day this number has steadily crept up over the years and we have now amassed a fortune of gorgeous photos but then there is always the debate about how to display them. Back in the old days I used to like photo albums but if you fill quite a few albums you end up with a lot of space taken up in bookshelves trying to store them and then you never really look at them anyway. We have quite a few of our favourite photos blown up and framed in various places around the house, such as walls, windowsills, mantle place etc but now even these are starting to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/08 (Very useful, 154 readings)
If, like me, you take loads of photos on your digital camera, you'll either never get around to printing them out or would need to take out a second mortgage to pay for the processing. Then if you do get them printed out, what do you do with them? I've run out of space to store photo albums. The walls are chockablock with photo frames. Well done to the person who invented digital photo frames! Just one photo frame that can display hundreds of photos. We bought my parents the Kodak Easyshare 7" Digital Picture Frame for Christmas, and my husband surprised me with one for my recent birthday, and it's proved to be very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/12 (Very useful, 50 readings)
It took me a while to decide to buy a digital photo frame as I don't think I take good enough photographs but now that they are in the frame it seems to be more important that they are personal pictures rather than professional ones. I have photo shopped a few to improve them and I would recommend doing that if you can. I only chose a 7" frame as I thought this would not show up the defects as much and because Kodak is a company I trust I selected one of theirs. Fortunately for me it is easy to use and looks good on the mantelpiece. The picture is really clear and a number of people have commented about the quality of the photographs so I now claim the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/08 (Very useful, 115 readings)
After a few lovely holidays and nights out I decided that it would be nice to get a digital frame for my wall. They seem very stylish and are quite popular, in fact every shop I seem to walk into these days have some sort of digital photo frame and the temptation is too strong. Argos was offering them very cheap and in each 'end of catalogue' sale they seem to get cheaper. I was walking through Tesco one day and saw that they had a frame only £29.99 so decided I would buy it, I got home to find that it didn't work so I took it back and this time decided that I would get a frame that boasted a famous name and Kodak seemed to be the most popular name or at least ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/10 (Useful, 27 readings)
Overall I found the Kodak Easyshare digital frame very easy to use. The frame has a wide compatability with different formats of card. I use a Flash card in it and this allows me to easily transfer my pictures to the frame. I am not too keen on the wireless capabilities. Apparently you can transfer images using wifi but I found this impossible and this feature isnt too user friendly. Also, if you try uploading more than 100 or so images then it can lock up and not display all images. The frame comes with a very thin user guide. All the information you need is in there and it is simple to understand and not full of jargon like some manufacturers like to ... Read the complete review
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