Summary: I don't know what to rate this as I bought it for a present that will be given in JUNE 2011. I'm writing this only because this is the 4th request to review it and I hope this stops those requests. I also hope that this is a good DPF that gets an EXCELLENT rating.
Summary: The Sony DPF-D70 is my first experience with a digital frame, so perhaps the ease of use and internal capacity are average for these types of products. But I have not found the product easy to use. The internal memory is quite small, so I got a memory card. Putting photos on the memory card is a bit of heavy lifting (you have to add the photos to the internal memory first, then export them to the card, then delete them from the internal memory so you can add more photos,...
Summary: Same problem as everyone else with the clock and when you turn on the unit it always start in the same picture; it does not take into account where it was previously. Everything else was fine, including the price.
Summary: The Sony DPF-D70 displays photos nicely.. but, if you own a Mac and are accustomed to merely clicking and dragging files into a drive.. you'll be sadly disappointed. The DOS Fat formatting of the internal memory can't store all you'd like in one quick transfer. You have to separate the photos in files or folders to use all the memory. Also, if you do your photo editing in PhotoShop you must save the jpg's as standard or optimized. Never save them as progressive jpg's!
Summary: Sony DPF-D70 7-inch Digital Photo Frame So far all the photo features work nicely and the process of uploading photos from a computer work seamlessly. I am not sure how long the remote will continue to work as the "buttons" are small and hard to isolate and push down. One of the clock features (old analog type) that my in-laws particularly liked started pixelating or breaking apart on the screen so that you could not see the clock anymore.
Summary: We've had this Sony DPF-D70 7" Black Digital Photo Frame - With 256MB Internal Memory for well over two years, and it's been fine. In fact up until recently I would have recommended it, as it's stylish, easy to set up and use, and good value. Switching to clock mode is useful when the photos could be distracting. Sadly the screen developed a red tint and would fade to black after ten minutes.
Summary: The display its self has a good sturdy feel to it and the black is very sleek. The picture quality is good. The ability to view your photos portrait/landscape is excellent and the device automatically realises (no doubt by gyro or something alike) which orientation you are viewing the frame and displays the photos to suit.
Summary: Pros: The picture display quality is good and that's what you want it for. 256MB internal memory is enough to store a few pics from most compact digital cameras or the equivalent (quite a few if not high quality/res). Cons: Expensive (this is better than Mustek PF-A702B for example, but more than double the price). Uses power more than I would expect. And... I wanted a picture frame, not a 'stills TV'.
Summary: Ich kann mich der Bewertung meines Vorschreibers "oluv" nur anschliessen. Softwaretechnisch habe ich ein wenig mehr erwartet von Sony. Am meisten stört mich wirklich, dass man keine Sortierfunktion der Bilder hat: Die Bilder werden nach "Aufnahmedatum" der Kamera angezeigt (oder Zufallsgenerator), eine Umsortierung ist nicht möglich. Da muss man am PC/Notebook schon ein wenig tricksen, um das zu erreichen. Völlig unnötig, warum der Sony DPF-D70 z.B.