Summary: I have had this picture viewer on 24/7 for four years, on shuffle. I just take out the thumb drive (not included) and add more pictures a few times a year. The family loves it. It has a nice choice of settings.
Summary: Good photo frame. Bit pricey for the picture quality since it is not HD. Remote control is universal for all these Sony photo frames in case you happen to lose one. Sony discontinued production of the frames so I wouldn't know about spare parts availability.
Summary: Disappointed with it and sent it back. Don't like the aspect ratio and it wouldn't play certain photos, even though there were in JPEG format. Got a less expensive NIX brand 12-inch frame that is larger and plays all photos, video, and music and looks better than the Sony one.
Good image quality, nice functionality, attractive frame
Michael F Schwartz "Mike", Amazon
9 March 2013
Summary: The positive: The main thing that attracted me to this photo frame was the fact that you can display photos directly off the SD card. Most frames on the market seem to have 1-2GB internal memory, which isn't enough to hold my many years of photos.
Summary: We enjoy the 10.2 inch digital picture frame from Sony. I wish it came with a battery because if we have a power failure it requires reseting the date and time feature; otherwise we enjoy viewing all the pictures we can load to it (over 200) and also viewing pictures via a USB connection.
Summary: I bought this for my mom because she went to her friends house and saw that she also had one and since than she really wanted one because its a great way to view pics. I like the frames cause it comes with a remote and the pictures auto rotate when you rotate the frame.
Large screen, easy to load, 3 options for viewing; a nice gift
Olyama "The Mountain", Amazon
5 January 2013
Summary: Bought this for my father, whose vision is getting poor. It costs a bit more to get the larger image size, but Sony does a good job with clear, crisp displays. I loaded the internal memory with a large slideshow that he can keep running as a default.
Summary: i copied my photos from iPhoto to a USB stick and found out that the Sony DPF will not read jpegs that come from iPhoto. I spoke with the Sony help desk and they said this is true recommending i use another way.
Summary: Bought this for a wedding gift. The recipients were so happy with this easy way to relive the special day and have enjoyed using it. They "loaned" it to his mother who is in a nursing home to enjoy the wedding photos and show them off to others. It was a big hit!!