Let everyone enjoy the big picture: Add a splash of colour to your home with super-size new digital photo frames by Sony
Brighten up your home with a bigger, bolder, more colourful view of your favourite pictures – from family portraits to unforgettable holiday moments.
An arresting addition to any living space, two gorgeous new digital photo frames by Sony are a great way to show off your photos with maximum impact. Beautifully styled and superbly easy to use, they’re a perfect gift idea to flatter contemporary or traditional interiors.
Finished in a lustrous, glossy black, the DPF D100 boasts a super-size 10.2-inch LCD screen. It’s partnered by the 8-inch DPF D80 that’s available in a choice of black or brown finishes to complement family rooms, bedrooms or studies.
Both frames feature a high quality SVGA screen (800×600, 4:3 format) that displays photo-realistic images with superb contrast, detailing and natural colours. A smart orientation sensor in all models automatically ‘flips’ images so they’re always displayed correctly, whether the frame has been positioned in portrait or landscape format.
Support for all popular media cards (MS, MS Duo, SD, CF and xD) makes it easy to transfer images directly from your digital camera. Alternatively, hook up your computer via USB and download photos from your PC’s hard drive.
The frame’s internal 256MB memory offers storage space for up to 500 pictures. Large image files are automatically re-scaled for sparkling quality while maximising album capacity.
There are no menus to fiddle with: just press the ‘View’ button and select your preferred viewing mode. A choice of 10 slideshow modes shows off your photo collection just the way you want to. Stored images can be reviewed quickly in Index mode to help find your favourite photo. There’s also a clock/calendar mode that offers a useful alternative to displaying your photos.
The handy wireless remote makes it easy to adjust settings and switch between slideshow, clock and calendar display modes.
DPF-D80 and DPF-D100 digital photo frames will be available from October 2008.