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You can view your images in Landscape or Portrait orientation with the auto image rotation feature. This Sony digital photo frame has an internal memory of 128 MB and can hold up to 150 images.
Body and PowerThe Sony DPF-D810 weighs 525 g and has an elegant and sophisticated look to it. The action buttons on the back panel are easy to use while navigating through your images. They can also help you look up individual images or change view modes. This digital photo frame can operate at 100 - 240 V and consumes 11 watts of power. With the Multi Auto Timer, you can program many on/off settings to save power.
Connectivity and FeaturesWith this Sony digital photo frame, you can view images in JPEG, TIFF, BMP and RAW file formats. Images from external storage devices can be viewed on this digital photo frame. The Sony DPF-D810 supports memory cards like SD and SDHC, MMC, MMC Plus, RD-MMC and more. Memory sticks that can be used are MS, MS Duo, MS PRO, MS PRO-HG Duo and many more.
This Sony digital photo frame has 2 USB ports that you can use to transfer or watch images from other devices. The USB A-type high speed port can be used to connect a camera or any other external device to the DPF-D810. You can also connect the Sony digital picture frame to a PC with the USB mini B-type high speed port to transfer images.
The Slideshow feature has 10 patterns that you can alternate between, to create different effects for your photographs. With the thumbnail indexing, you can also scroll through your images to find your favorite ones quickly. There are 10 settings for slideshow intervals which you can use to create interesting effects. You can also rotate images and zoom in and out of your favorite photos to make them look different.
With the Clock and Calendar features of this Sony DPF-D810, you can transform the look of your office or home by viewing your appointments and important dates alongside your favorite photographs.
|Memory & Compatibility Features|
|Internal Memory||128 MB|
|Ports Available||USB A Type (Hi-Speed), USB Mini-B Type (Hi-Speed)|
|Compatible MMC||Multimedia Card, RS-Multimedia Card with Optional Adapter, Multimedia Card Plus|
|Compatible Image Format||JPEG, TIFF, RAW, BMP|
|Number of Photos||250|
|Memory Card Supported||SD Card, SDHC Card; With Optional Adapter - Mini SD Card, Micro SD Card, Mini SDHC Card, Micro SDHC Card|
|Compatible Memory Stick||Memory Stick, Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick Pro, Memory Stick Pro Duo, High Speed Memory Stick, High Speed Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick Micro (M2) with Optional Adapter, MagicGate Memory Stick, MagicGate Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo|
|Functions||Image Display Setting (Fit to screen, Full Image), Rotate Image (Auto, Manual), Zoom (). Zoom (-), Delete|
|Image Playback||Full Screen, Entire Image Modes|
|Controls||Power, Standby, Up, Down, Right, Left, Enter, Menu, View Mode, Back|
|Clock and Calendar Designs||14|
|Display Size||8 inch|
|Display Type||LCD Panel|
|Display Resolution||800 x 600|
|Viewing Area||162 x 121.5 mm|
|Width (With Stand)||233 mm|
|Depth (With Stand)||114.34 mm|
|Height (With Stand)||176 mm|
|Warranty||1 Year (Physical damage not covered)|
|Power Requirement||100 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz|
|Power Consumption||100 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz|
|In the Box|
|Power Adapter, Stand, Wireless Remote, Manual, AC Adapter|
|System Requirements||Mac OS X 10.5, Mac OS X 10.7, Windows XP SP3, Mac OS X 10.6, Windows Vista SP2, Mac OS X 10.4, Windows 7|
|Additional Features||Still Image Playback, Frame Placement Supports, 10 Pattern Slideshow Interval Setting, Remote Control Function: Power, View Mode, Up, Down, Left and Right Arrows, Enter, Menu, Back, Album, Single View, Clock, Index, Slideshow, Zoom In, Zoom Out, Rotate|
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Dec 21, 2011
Easy, Intuitive and a Nice ScreenFirst thing you notice is the decently good image quality. Bring it real close and you might start seeing individual pixels, but a photo frame is not really meant to be viewed that way.