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Kodak Easyshare D1025 10-Inch Digital Picture Frame
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- 10in. high-resolution digital photo display
- Pairs with hundreds of standard picture frames
- See vibrant color with Kodak Color Science technology
- Insert memory device and save pictures to internal memory
- 512 MB of internal memory
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|Digital Storage Capacity||512 MB|
|Image Aspect Ratio||12/31/1899|
|Item Dimensions||12.56 x 2.91 x 15 inches|
|Item Weight||3.62 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||3.05 pounds|
From the Manufacturer
|One digital frame. Hundreds of styles. |
Pair it with hundreds of standard picture frames to showcase your pictures and surround your life with style
Show off your pictures and your style on the Kodak EasyShare D1025 Digital Frame. With its unique design, you can create a look that's exclusively you by pairing your digital frame with hundreds of standard picture frames on the market, even a favorite you may already have. Plus, you can add new pictures in just three steps with the new easy-to-use buttons. And the D1025 Digital Frame is Energy Star qualified, so you can share every moment responsibly while you save power. Share your beautiful pictures and stirring memories with a personal touch. The real Kodak moment happens when you share.
So effortless, yet so rewarding
Add new images in just three steps—insert your memory card, copy pictures to the frame, then remove the card so you can take more pictures.
There's more than one way to frame your world
View your pictures on the 10 in. high-resolution display featuring Kodak Color Science Technology for vibrant color and crisp detail.
Store more pictures
Plus and play—done your way
Environmentally responsible operation
2Actual storage capacity will vary based on image content.
Top Customer Reviews
So far very pleased, upgrading from my old Kodak Easyshare. Couldn't be easier to begin using, plugged it into power and put my USB in and pictures began to roll.
Pictures bright, clear with much less cropping off the bottom of my pictures and controls on the top of the frame very intuitive.
A bit worried when I opened it because of the size then realized the larger frame could be removed leaving just the actual picture with 1 inch rim around which works great for space on desk at work. The frame I removed was very nice however and would look great on a wall, frame would also be easy to shift out to change styles.
One great upgrade it does have a shuffle switch on the top so no more needing to shuffle the pics before loading on the USB. No remote but never found it necessary on my old one, controls on the top and easy to use, even tried the copy pictures to add a few in case my USB or card wasn't with me and very simple.
Now I have had a chance to actually use this product all week at work upgraded from 4 to 5 stars. Absolutely perfect for my desk at work, picture crisp and clear. Especially love the option to watch pics as organized on my flash drive and then switch to shuffle mode and let it choose for me. I also decided to test it with how many pics it could store (stated 4000) 512 mb didn't seem like much but easily copied my 2000 pictures into the frame, quality might be slightly less than off the flash but not enough to make them unwatchable, like going from HD to regular on my TV. Also find the top of frame controls much easier to use than the remote since I can just tap the pause and it will stay on single picture until I come back to desk.
Best thing I've bought since my flat screen HD TV.
- Visual display: At viewing angles straight on and from above, photos look bright & sharp with good color and black levels. However, as you move to a lower viewing angle the picture disappears. It seems they used a cheaper 800x600 LCD screen for the unit. If the frame sits on an office desk and you see it from above it's great. If it's on a table at home at you see it at eye level while sitting on a couch, the picture is very poor or simply invisible. This frame is meant to be seen from above.
- Ease of loading pics: I plugged in my SD card with the photos I wanted to copy and was prompted with a menu to copy them. No issues. Because I knew the screen was only 800x600 I resized my pictures to that resolution before copying them over. I probably didn't have to, but I figured that larger source images were just a waste.
- Reliability/stability: There's something here that probably needs to be addressed. Many of the users complain that they're seeing lockups or other strange issues that aren't resolved even when they exchange the unit. I think the software Kodak is running has some memory leaks that ultimately lead to problems. In my case, the photo frame seems to shut down after about 48 hours. No freezes or lockups - I just find that it eventually shuts down. I power it back up and it runs for another couple of days.
All in all, I'd say this was a great idea that almost made it, but ultimately fell short in the details. It's probably fine sitting on an office desk since it can be turned on/off each day, but I find it's less useful in a home environment due to the shortcomings.
Before I purchased it, I saw this frame side by side with several others at a local retailer. This was by far the biggest, clearest and brightest.
The pictures display on a huge 10" screen which is bigger than most digital frames (easier on the 'older' eyes), and the picture display is clear and frame is nice-looking.
I spent a couple of hours organizing and copying all our digital photos to an SD card. I slipped the SD card in the back of the frame and set the frame on auto-play. So easy and a joy for the family to see years and years of memories!
This frame does NOT have music or a remote, but frankly, that is exactly the kind of unnecessary complication that an older couple does not want. It's simple and easy to use.
This was probably the most appreciated gift I ever gave, and I'm scanning and working on more photos to add to the frame now.
Seriously, if I had started with this frame my aggravation factor would have been so much less. If I knew then what I know now, I'd have taken this in a heartbeat. I'd give this one six stars if I could. Fooey on HP with those pain in the neck remotes and complex controls.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Junk! Kodak will not support this and the sellers charge a fortune to return plus a restocking fee. Read morePublished 5 months ago by T. Rut.
I added this to our neighborhood school's front office nearly 3 years ago. It's been used continuously, all day long. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Deborah
AS advertised, fast delivery. Easy Setup. would have liked a better frame...but I am still happy with it's quality and ease of usePublished on January 31, 2014 by Ronald Dardano
Not complains with the product but I didn't receive a new one, it was clearly opened and used. Power cable was not tied, there were some minor scratches in the frame and all the... Read morePublished on December 13, 2013 by Tommy Godinez
Bought this digital frame as a gift and filled it with photos. Family member absolutely loves it. Fairly easy to pick out photos and load into frame.Published on October 6, 2013 by Sherman
Looks great. Works right out of the package. It is easy to setup. Will read any and all jpegs you have on a thumb drive. Read morePublished on August 31, 2013 by C. STONE
Initially I was thrilled and would turn it on once in a while and enjoy it. This year I decided to let it run and it freezes up after about 2 days EVERY time - very frustrating... Read morePublished on December 29, 2012 by DMH
It worked fine thwn stopped. Kodak does not reply and can not be reached. We waited 30 minutes to chat and then we were told canceled. No response to e mail. Read morePublished on December 20, 2012 by Dieter