Sony DPF-D95 9-Inch LED Backlit Digital Photo Frame with Remote (Black)
12 November 2013
Summary: I always liked the idea of the digital photo frame. It is a good product, pretty easy to use when you mess around with it for a bit. It wasn't accepting certain photos I had on my PC at first, I had to change file types on some and size. I think there are better ones out there now of course, but this was still a nice purchase.
Summary: I bought it last year and I was going to use it as a gift but I ended up keeping it. 9 months later I finally opened it. I should have opened it much sooner. I thought it was just a digital photo frame but it turns out to be a clock as well. There are several clocks to choose from (digital or analog, with or without calendar). It makes it perfect for an office desktop. There is actually a remote for it and you can turn on slide shows with a press of a button.
Summary: I purchased this in the 9" version, a good combination of product and value. Works simply and right out of the box with easy instructions for both the frame and the remote. Pictures are clear and color/tone is good for home use. I use it almost exclusively for landscape/vacation pictures. I rate it as a 4 because it is a good product but I do find the options for the clock somewhat intrusive on the frame..
Summary: I boought this for my parents for Christmas and it has been working very well. Looks great and is a good size. The remote is easy to use as well. The only real negitive I have with it is you can only add photos from the PC to the photo frames internal memory, not directly to a memory card.
Summary: I bought this to show all of those digital pictures I've taken over the years. I also purchased an 8 gig SD card to put the pictures on. The pictures actually look better on this frame than they do on my computer. It's got an on/off timer that you can set the on and off times. It also resizes the images to fit on the frame. Overall, it was worth it. I would have liked a better way to organized the pictures. Currently it shows all of the pictures on the card.
Summary: Feature wise, it's not particularly better than other photo frames of equal size. What sets it apart is the dazzling back-lit display with really makes your photos 'pop' (sorry for all the cliches). Also, it has quite a variety of input formats. So, if you can get it on sale, it's a good, solid buy.
Summary: The picture quality is great. The images are bright, clear and sharp. Setup is a breeze. Just loaded all the pictures onto an SD card, plug it in, and it's all set. There are many advanced settings so you can get rid of the Sony logo, set the picture order (I like random), set the timing, and adjust the brightness/contrast. The remote control is a nice touch too so you don't have to go searching around for the power button on the back of the frame.
Summary: I always wanted a digital photo frame. The rapid obsolescence of items like kept me from spending money in one. But when I saw the features of this photo frame I found its price reasonable. And I am not disappointed. I'd rate it with five stars if the software would respond better. The learning curve is steeper than I had wished, I feel that I am still not getting all the promised features to see, some of my pictures need still be rotated and it is not an easy task to...