Product Type: Kodak Digital Photo Frame
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Kodak Easyshare P725
Member Name: Paisley_Moon
Kodak Easyshare P725
Advantages: Easy To Use And Good Looking
I'd often considered buying myself a digital photo frame and now I don't have to, because a good friend presented me with one as a thank you gift after recently keeping an eye on their property for a few weeks.
It's a Kodak Easyshare P75 and I'm well pleased!
I was concerned that it would be a pain to set up as I'm a bit of a technophobe but hey! No worries in that department as the quick start guide is in plain English and easy to follow and it wasn't long before I could merrily display my favourite photos in style!
The frame itself looks like an ordinary bog standard photo frame at first glance and is in my opinion quite stylish. It certainly doesn't look cheap and nasty like some of the budget models currently available.
It has an internal 512mb of memory which enables you to store plenty of images, up to 4,000 in fact, depending on size of course! Anyway, it's more than enough for me!
The picture quality is fantastic. It has a high resolution 7" screen and the colours are rich and the image very sharp indeed.
As mentioned earlier it is simple to set up and you just have to pop your memory card from your digital camera into the frame and a slide show initiates straight away.
You can chose to view your images in chronological order or as I do with the shuffle option. You can even set transition and duration which is very handy.
The following memory cards are compatible:
SD, SDHC, xD, MMC, MS, MSPro, MSPro Duo
You can also use a standard memory stick! Which was extremely helpful for me as all my photos were residing on my laptop so the transfer was very easy to manage.
It also boasts efficient power consumption and has a mercury free display.
Currently priced at £41.30 on Amazon, I think it's well worth it.
Of course it's even better value if you get one as a prezzie!
Thanks for reading.
Summary: Simple To Set Up And Great To Look At
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