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.
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 found this digital photo frame to be very easy to use with multiple input options (USB, SD card), and an intuitive interface. It stores lots of photos (I'm in the 200-300 range now). I like being able to turn off the "Sony" logo at the bottom.
Summary: I recently purchased and returned this product because of limitations not disclosed in its advertising. While this unit's packaging and manual says it will display most digital photo formats such as TIF and JPEG, there is a single line in the instruction manual saying it may not display photos that...
Summary: I bought SONY expecting high quality and long life. I only got one of these. This unit died after about 2 years in our kitchen. So why pay the extra high price for a SONY on this type product. By the way, the screen was the cause of death so there was nothing I could do to fix it...
Summary: Purchased via Amazon on-line from a third party who was very timely, came in mail within a week. Did have proprietary issue that Sony product is not directly compatible with Fujifilm xD Picture Card (& Olympus Stylus digital camera).
Summary: New information about missing files. First, I need to change my evaluation from a 2 to a 5. I did some experimenting and made a discovery: if using PhotoShop, the images must be saved as Baseline (Standard) JPG.
Summary: Photos look beautiful in this frame. I am really impressed. I was hesitant to spend $120 on a digital frame but I think it's well worth it. The initial set up was easy. I put all my photos on a USB and plugged it in the back. I haven't taken the time yet to organize the files they way I would like.
Summary: I just loaded this frame up with pictures of the kids for grandma, and can say that this frame is a much better choice for the price than other brands. I really wanted to offer a contrast to the only review (so far) for this product, since I had a far different experience.