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Buying A Digital Photo Frame - Some Thoughts
In keeping with the increased sophistication and functionality associated with the so-called, “digital revolution”, the digital picture, or photo, frame is the natural successor to the traditional picture frame. A digital picture frame allows you to transfer digital photographs directly from your digital camera, without any requirement for a computer, to the frame, where they are stored, and can be displayed on a bright, colour rich, LCD (“Liquid Crystal Display”) screen.
The size of the screen on which a digital photograph is displayed is obviously important, and should be matched to the quality of the photographs that your digital camera is capable of producing and the distance at which these are likely to be viewed, when placed in the frame.
Digital photo frames are available in a wide range of sizes – from a few inches, measured diagonally, up to perhaps 20 inches, or more – and, indeed, in a wide range of styles and finishes, from plain plastic, to rich wood, in light and dark hues; many frames are equipped with interchangeable facia, so that you can change the look of the frame to suit your décor.
Digital Photo Frames allow you to share your digital photographs with your loved ones, or just display them for your own enjoyment, with no need for a computer, or an expensive printer and photographic paper. Transferring photographs to a frame is easy, directly from your digital camera, and you can choose to display a single image, or a multiple image slide show, complete with sound, and slick transitional effects. You can also change the image, or images displayed, to suit your mood, or audience, and a remote control unit allows you full control of the frame, even if it is hung somewhere inaccessible.
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