Freezes in one picture when in Slideshow mode from day one
Konstantinos Vathakos, Amazon
29 April 2014
Summary: The frame looks nice, size is standard (so ok). The problem I have been facing is that when you have this in slideshow mode, after 5-10 pictures been shown the frame freezes in one photo. The only way to get over this is by unplugging the power to switch the frame off. But then you need to re-program it with the dates e.tc. Really annoying problem as if this functionality is not working it beats the whole purpose of having a digital frame.
Summary: When I first bought this, the timed on off function didn't seem to work properly. But I found a firmware update for it, after installing that it works brilliantly. Loading pictures is simple. Love it!
Summary: Bought as xmas pressiefor someone who wanted it. The price was good, reviews said it did the job and haven't had any complaints. Arrived quickly and a fair price, I researched thoroughly and this one came up best for us.
Summary: THis is a nice product and quite easy to set up. Nice to see pictures rotate that would normally be stuck in an album. Saves times as well not having to put the pictures into an album, Has a clock / calendar function which is useful. WOuld opt for alarger size next time.
Summary: I thought being Kodak, this product would be okay, and so purchased it (instead of going for a cheaper alternative). Big mistake. The one line summary: if you want to display just a few photos for advertising, this device is suitable, but if you want to upload photos quite regularly (e.g. for vacation photos), it's painful to use until you learn all the tricks. Here's what I've noticed so far: * In order to bring up the menu, you need to press the 'Back' button.
Summary: I bought this item (six months ago) because it says KODAK on the box. I read mixed reviews but decided it should be OK. I wanted a portable photograph unit that I could plug in and show friends my wedding photos and honeymoon location shots. Forget the fact it asks you to re-set the date time each time you turn it on, that's merely an irritation. I put the photographs in a folder under their respective topics.