Summary: Bought this for my girlfriend because she's into picture taking but can't display them all. This way she can put a lot into one nice digital picture frame. Quality of the pictures is decent and it works really well no problems yet.
Summary: We have a Memory stick pro duo SD card stuck in the SD slot. It was placed in there without an adapter. Since the M820 is pretty much a sealed unit is there a service unit, Kodak or otherwise, where the frame can be sent to have the card removed?
Great when it works (after some frustrating setup issues)
21 December 2009
Summary: I bought this last month during pre thanksgiving sale price for $29 from a local store. I guess the price is what made me to go thru the issues patiently. Here are the issues and my workarounds : 1. First it worked fine when inserted a SD card with less than 20pics.
Summary: I like the frame once I got it set up and all, but it took me some time to figure out how to add certain pix and not my entire collection. Adding music was a challenge also. Now that it's set up, everyone agrees it's a beautiful thing.
Summary: Excellent picture quality, pretty intuitive icons and navigation (the "touch frame" system is excellent, as you do not have to touch the screen at all). Also holds TONS of high-res photos in internal memory. My only gripe is that the frame tends to chop off portions of larger (1-2mb) photo files.
Summary: I got this to entice myself to take more photographs. It's not perfect, but I'm happy overall. First of all, it's really easy to set up. You don't actually need to install the software. Just load your pictures onto a memory card or USB storage, plug it in, and the slide show starts.
Summary: It was easy to setup and the interface was easy to use for the most part. Sometimes, the software seemed funky when trying to come from settings back to the photos play mode. If you put in an external SD card, it recognizes it immediately without any change in settings.