Sony DPF-D80 Reviews
Product Type: Sony Digital Photo Frame
Description:Manufacturer: Sony / Diagonal Size: 8" / Device Type: Digital photo frames / Control Devices: Remote control / ... more
Newest Review: ... very stylish. It looked glossy and was black and looked more like an I pad or Tablet than a photo frame. The stand seemed a ... more
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Last Update 09.03.2014 01:11
Customer Sony DPF-D80 Reviews (4)
by - written on 06/05/11 (Very useful, 20 readings)
Our Sony DPF-D80 has been sitting happily in our living room for about a year now, and it was definitely a good purchase. The frame has an 8 inch LCD screen with a 4:3 ratio. When choosing the frame I remember dithering over whether to go for the 7, 8 or 9 inch screen model. For our living space the 8 inch feels just about right - not too obtrusive, but not so small you have to peer at it. The frame is gloss black (I think you can get a white version too). I've seen reviews complaining about the manufacturer logo on digital photo frames, but really, you have to consider them as a branded electronic gadget, so it's only to be expected. For me, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/10 (Very useful, 80 readings)
Picture taking I admit I love to do and everytime I used to take a really good picture (in my eyes anyways) I would end up spending a small fortune on the photo frames which accompanied them and then run out of room to put them anywhere on show. I decided it was about time I went and purchased a decent but fairly cheap digital photo frame and I was lead to the Sony D80 and this was apparently one of the best around. I got it home and unwrapped it all from the box and the setup was so simple even for a simple mind like me and all I had to do was plug the mains in and then wait for the start menu. You had options such as how to wait for the picture ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/12/09 (Very useful, 102 readings)
Pictures or photos are a part and parcel of remembrance, catering to the aesthetic values of human being. Over the years sophisticated cameras has evolved to cater various needs of this strange trait of human character which is unique. Pictures have been of great consequence of scientific researches and scientist have succeeded in capturing mind-blowing pictures of remote stars and satellites. Naturally printed formats have failed to satisfy our quest for easy sharing and viewing of those precious moments, hence the evolution of photo frames having capabilities of displaying photographs and sharing them more vividly and conveniently. Computers have aided this development Read the complete review
by - written on 18/09/13 (Very useful, 28 readings)
I always wanted a digital photo frame, as soon as I first saw one, but when I saw the price of them it put me off. I decided to wait for the prices to fall. After waiting ages and the prices not falling much I went on ebay and bought this Sony DPF-D80 almost new for £30. I think you can get them even cheaper now. USAGE When I got it I was surprised how sleek and expensive looking it was, but then it is a Sony and they are normally very stylish. It looked glossy and was black and looked more like an I pad or Tablet than a photo frame. The stand seemed a bit thin and fiddly but it has not broken and it stands up okay. I have ... Read the complete review
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