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Sony DPF-V900 9-Inch Digital Photo Frame

Sony DPF-V900 9-Inch Digital Photo Frame
Sony DPF-V900 9-Inch Digital Photo Frame


Product Added : August 7th, 2013
Category : Digital Frames

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Sony DPF-V900 9-Inch Digital Photo Frame


Sony DPF-V900 9-Inch Digital Photo Frame

Give your memories a permanent place on your desk. The DPF-V900 9-Inch Digital Photo Frame is the perfect way to view and share your memories in brilliant, high-contrast color on a 9-Inch LCD Screen. You’ll enjoy fast response, direct input from most digital cameras and memory cards. Plug-and-play operation is simple and direct HDMI Output even lets you hook up to your compatible HDTV for giant-screen slideshows. There is also a supplied remote control, slideshow viewing, clock/calendar modes and wireless Bluetooth capability with optional accessory to let you display photos from Bluetooth devices and camera phones. Auto image rotation and the auto orientation sensor detect whether the frame is sitting horizontally or vertically and automatically rotate images. Decodes and displays up to 48-Megapixel and 100MB images, including JPEG, TIFF, BMP, and RAW file types Remote Control – Power, Up, Down, Left and Right arrows, Enter, Menu, Cancel, View Select, and My Favorite Action Buttons – Power, Up and Down arrows, Enter, Menu, and View Mode Function – Delete, Zoom, Rotate image, Auto Touch Up, Image display setting (Fit to screen/Full Image), and Placement supported (Landscape, Portrait, Auto orientation) Operating System – Microsoft Windows Vista 10, Windows XP Professional, Windows XP Home Edition, Windows 2000 Professional (Service Pack 3 or later), and Macintosh Mac OS X (10.4 or later) Dimensions – 9.65 x 6.38 x 1.52 (245x162x38.5mm) / (245x162x145mm) includes stand Weight – 800 grams without AC adaptor

  • A 9-inch digital photo frame with 800×480 resolution and 15:9 aspect ratio LCD screen
  • Features 512MB of internal memory with optional image resizing to maximize internal memory
  • Includes HDMI output for viewing photos in high definition on an HDTV
  • Provides auto image correction to improve photos through features such as red-eye correction
  • Offers nine slide show styles; clock and calendar modes

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  1. 160 of 162 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Almost perfect, May 13, 2008
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    This review is from: Sony DPF-V900 9-Inch Digital Photo Frame (Electronics)

    I looked at several brands of digital photo frames. Every time I came back to the Sony because it stands out for picture quality, sharpness, features (lots of features), ease of operation. Even if immediately you don’t think you would use all of the features, pay the money and get it anyway. You’ll be surprised how all of a sudden one or more of those features is a neat thing to have. The internal memory is large, slideshow, individual view, and picture selection from any source is so simple you can start using most of the features right out of the box. Even the owners manual is extremely user friendly. Yes the price was a bit much but put the Sony next to the others on the market and there is no comparison for picture quality. One downside: you have to use a power cord. I found a couple of portable power sources but power plug on the Sony is not the typical power recepticle found on most products. Thanks Sony….how about making a portable source available? I would love to place the frame on a table for display without having to find a place to plug it in. I found only one brand of frame with a built in battery but the picture quality was no where near the Sony so I opted for the Sony hoping that I could find a portable power pack or hope I will always have a place to plug it in. Price is starting to come down so be patient if price is your obstacle. It is well worth the wait.

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  2. 90 of 93 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    This is the first digital frame that I have liked…, August 15, 2008
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    Douglas R. Wieringa “dwieringa” (Normandy Park, WA USA) –
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    …and I’ve owned four of them.

    My requirements were pretty simple — a high-quality LCD and the ability to play from a large selection of pictures, either randomly (my preference) or by shoot date (my wife’s preference). I went through three frames that choked on large numbers of pictures, had washed-out displays, and/or couldn’t play randomly or sequentially. I was surprised by how poorly conceived and tested these frames were. (Here’s a prior rant on the Digital Foci IMT-081 Image Moments Digital Photo Frame.)

    But the DPF-V900 is a fine frame. It has a clean design; has a sharp, bright LCD; and has no problem with my 4300 pictures (and is good for up to 10,000, according to the manual).

    Bottom line is that, while not perfect, the DPF-V900 is a real product from a real company that has done some real quality control. As far as I can tell, that’s the state of the art in the digital frame business right now.

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  3. In the electronics business, COBY is a bottom feeder. I wouldn’t buy this brand (any of their products) for anyone.

    Sure they are inexpensive, but I suggest either “eBay” or “Kijiji”; at least you can buy a decent brand, albeit slightly used.

    This was how I was able to put together my 1st great home studio (70% was used gear). I still have half of my original used? gear today in working order in my new studios.

    Remember::
    “CHEAP things aren’t GOOD……& GOOD things aren’t CHEAP!”

  4. these things suck?





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