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Kodak Easyshare P85 8-inch Digital Frame

by Kodak
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  • Image file formats JPEG, EXIF
  • Dimensions (without stand) - 6.4 8.5 0.9 in.
  • Display area 6.4 4.8 in.
  • Viewing options landscape only
  • Display resolution 800 600
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 8 x 3 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0044UHMOO
  • Item model number: 8826232
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 27, 2010

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Show off your pictures simply.

Looking for a digital frame that makes remembering every moment super simple? Check out the Kodak EasyShare P85 Digital Frame. Viewing your pictures in brilliant detail is as easy as popping in a memory card. You’ll see every image in bright, vivid, lifelike colors, thanks to our built-in Kodak Color Science technology. And since it’s Energy Star qualified, you can share each moment more responsibly while you save power. Because, after all, remembering every moment is why you took the pictures in the first place. The real Kodak Moment happens when you share.
  • Viewing pictures is easy — simply put in your memory card to start the show
  • See each image in brilliant, lifelike color thanks to Kodak Color Science technology
  • Attractive and efficient — Energy Star qualified
  • Create a one-of-a-kind gift by adding pictures to the frame before you wrap it
So effortless, yet so rewarding
  • Viewing pictures is easy—simply put in your memory card or USB flash drive to start the show
  • Compatible with most memory cards
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Displays pictures beautifully
  • Enjoy stunning picture quality—the P85 Digital Frame features proprietary KODAK Color Science Technology to enhance each picture individually
  • Pictures look amazing on the 8 in. high-resolution 4:3 viewing screen
  • Choose from three picture transition speeds
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Environmentally responsible operation
  • Energy Star qualified for efficient power consumption
  • Mercury-free panel
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Makes a great gift

Give the frame as a personalized gift by including a memory card with your pictures to get the show started.
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Package Contents
• Kodak EasyShare P85 Digital Frame
• Power supply with 6 ft (1.8 m) cord
• AC plugs
• Desk stand
• Quick Start Guide

Product Description

Looking for a digital frame that makes remembering every moment super simple Check out the KODAK EASYSHARE P85 Digital Frame. Viewing your pictures in brilliant detail is as easy as popping in a memory card. You’ll see every image in bright, vivid, lifelike colors, thanks to our built-in KODAK Color Science technology. And since it’s ENERGY STAR qualified, you can share each moment more responsibly while you save power. Because, after all, remembering every moment is why you took the pictures in the first place. The real KODAK Moment happens when you share.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The picture is bright and very sharp.
Wayne E. Kent
There is no internal memory but it is not a big deal since the SD cards are pretty cheap nowadays.
Michele Venuti
She is tech challenged and doesn't know how to work things very well but this was easy for her.
stimpy1208

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

100 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Scott O. on December 1, 2010
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Hi,

I purchased this frame on sale at Amazon for $50. There are other reviews on this frame, some of which come from a Vine program Amazon runs where people get the item to review for free. So far I am less than thrilled with their reviews. In reading them you get the sense that either they have done no research on other frames, and therefore judge the Kodak frame too harshly. Or you get the sense that they did not spend much time with the frame before they kicked out a review.

So, I purchased this frame myself. And I have been looking into frames for a while. It always seemed that frames were too expensive or too cheap. And either way, the frames would not work as expected. Most digital frames do not come with a rechargeable battery. And the Kodak P85 is in the same boat. Quite a few frames will play video and music. The Kodak P85 does neither, however it is not very expensive. Most frames come with some internal memory. The Kodak P85 does not. So why buy this frame. You decide.

The P85 is SIMPLE but it has great screen color. The resolution is 800x600. The aspect ratio is not widescreen. It is a normal picture ratio of 4:3. It has no remote control to get lost. You can set it to turn itself off after 8 hours, 16 hours, or stay on until turned off by you. It will shuffle the pics or play them by date. I read one review that the pics by date could be off if you edited the pic and resaved it and therfore changed the pics date. Quite possible but I did not check that. You can use various memory cards or USB. I used an SD card. One note, the side of the card with the write protect switch is the side that faces the top of the frame when you put the card in the frame. Just turn the frame on, and put the card in.
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52 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Sacratomato VINE VOICE on October 23, 2010
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In the past, I've found Kodak digital products to be just slightly off kilter when it came to set-up and operation. There always seemed to be a slight learning curve. The Easyshare P85 may represent a new wave of Kodak products. The P85 comes with a handy illustrated quick-start booklet, that obviously was NOT translated from the original Chinese or Korean. Three steps and it's up and running. It was very intuitive and obvious. I haven't found any way to adjust brightness or saturation. But as is, the picture is bright and sharp. My frame is sitting in a brightly lit office and the P85 needs every watt of light to display well and it does the job.

With price of USB flash drives dropping like rocks, I loaded every picture I have on a 16GB flash drive. Every one of my boring, hackneyed, self-indulgent photos is now on display to an unprepared public.
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150 of 182 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Lerch TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 26, 2010
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In reviewing the P85 digital picture frame, I'm a little torn on how to rate it.

Remember, anyone who has it listed as being part of the Vine program, like myself, received this item for free from Amazon. I am basing my review on how satisfied I would be if I had purchased it myself. And I would say I would be only slightly satisfied at best and would likely return it for something with on board memory if I were purchasing this myself.

Considering that, here's how I view it:

What I liked:

-Ease of use
-Brightness of the display

What I don't:

-Lack of transition effects (it has some, but nothing amazing)
-Requirement of an extra memory card/USB device; no built in memory
-Can't run on batteries
-Price
-Image quality
-ADVERTISING IMAGES EMBEDDED IN SLIDE SHOWS

To qualify the image quality statement, the colors seem washed out on the screen on nearly all the pictures I've copied over. Color reproduction is OK at best and nasty at worst (orange turns into a bloom filled red). I don't know what images look like on other similar devices, but at $70 I would have hoped for better, especially when Kodak plasters "STUNNING PICTURE QUALITY" on everything, including a sticker stuck on the frame itself. Not sure if I were Kodak I'd be so proud of what the images look like on this screen. They aren't horrible but they don't match the quality on my LCD monitor connected to my PC nor my expectations.

***SEE EDIT TO REVIEW BELOW - FOLLOWING LEFT INTACT TO REFLECT MY EXPERIENCES ONLY*** The absolute worst thing about this device isn't that they didn't include built in memory. It's the ADVERTISING they randomly insert into a slide show.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Big-D VINE VOICE on October 27, 2010
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I love my Kodak EasyShare P85. It accepts every type of memory card and flash drive. I simply downloaded about 35 HQ pictures onto a SD card, plugged it into the EasyShare and plugged it in. The picture is really bright. I left the default settings alone because the time before each picture rotates is perfect for me. The clarity is as nice as my HD television. The size of the viewing screen seems to be just larger that a standard 5x7 photograph. Comes with everything needed (except your memory card) to operate and provide beautiful photos of whatever you want to share.

I rate this Kodak PhotoShare P85 a full 5-Stars.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazonian Consumer TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 17, 2010
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This Kodak P85 is a basic photo frame. Others may have features such as built-in memory and ability to display video, in addition to still images. This 8-inch Kokak digital photo frame has a black bezel frame not unlike the Apple iPad, just that it's smaller. I like this design because it will draw the viewer's attention to the picture being displayed, and not to the frame itself. The black plastic frame comes with a support attachment that snaps into place on the back, so that the frame can stand upright and is pretty sturdy. All controls are located on the back top side and right side of the frame. On the top side, there is a switch to control the picture display time duration in seconds: 5, 10, or 60 seconds. Another switch toggles between sequential and random display of images. Then there are three buttons that you can press to go forward to the next images, go reverse to the last image, and play/pause. On the right side, there is the power button, an 8/16/24 hours power on selector, an SD memory slot, and a USB port. The USB port is a nice feature, which allows you to connect and display images from flash drives and hard disk drives.

User Experience:

The Kodak photo frame displays images in pleasing colors that are vibrant. Compared to the iPad, I like the colors on the Kodak better, although it may not be more realistic or accurate. The vertical and horizontal view angles on the Kodak are fine, although if you are viewing it above eye level, it may not be as bright, but this is really nitpicking, because you usually don't look at pictures from that angle anyway.

The SD card slot is easy to take a SD card out of it, but a kind of inconvenient to insert a card in it.
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