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Sony Digital 7-Inch DPF-A72 LCD WQVGA 16:10 Photo Frame (Black)

by Sony
3 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

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  • 7-Inch WQVGA LCD (15:9); Pixels: 480 x 234; Viewing Area: 452 x 234
  • Internal Memory Capacity: 128MB (250 images)
  • Multi card slot (MS, SD, and xD)
  • Auto Image Rotation
  • Clock/calendar display
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Product Description

Sony’s DPF-A72N Digital Photo Frame stores up to 250 photos and shares them as single photos, multiple thumbnails, or slideshow presentations -- all without a PC.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 12.7 x 7.8 x 3.9 inches
Item Weight 2.5 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B002DUCRJM
Item model number DPF-A72N/B
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3 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #479 in Camera & Photo > Camera & Photo Accessories > Lighting & Studio > Photo Studio > Storage & Presentation Materials > Digital Picture Frames
Date first available at Amazon.com August 21, 2009

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This is the second Sony 7" digital frame we've purchased. This purchase was for a present. $79 on gold box was too sweet of a deal to pass up. These frames work reliably - we've had our first one for about a year now with absolutely no problems and the picture is crisp and bright. I love the dark black outer border and the shiny glass front is easy to clean and looks very neat and professional - compliments any photograph.

We bought this one as a present to give to my uncle for the holidays. We shot pics at his family reunion this summer and I can't wait for him to be able to view them in a slideshow all day. he lives far away and so it makes me feel like we're all closer to him each day.
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Surprisingly for a Sony, this is one of the least expensive 7 inch frames on the market. I'm sure the small internal memory (128MB) and the medium-resolution screen helped keep the cost down, but they don't prevent it from being a very good photo frame. It has easy to follow instructions, a good remote and a very high-quality look. The illuminated Sony logo is a nice touch, but you can turn it off too. We got past the internal memory issue by just dedicating a high capacity SD card to it. It has quite a few display modes for clock and calendar, and several different transitions from pic to pic (fade, wipe, etc), you can have it change photos every few seconds thru every 24 hours and have it timed to turn on and off at certain times (perfect for use in an office). Lots of versatile display modes with multi pix, etc. 2 small issues: It wants to rotate photos to the correct orientation (landscape or portrait). You can turn this off, but it seems to not make a difference. This is only a problem if you have already flipped vertical (portrait orientation) images with another program. The frame will still think they are horizontal and flip them another 90 degrees. The fix is to leave your original pix as they were on the camera, and the frame will orient them correctly. You can manually rotate any wayward images, but they only retain the change if they are stored on the frame's internal memory. The other small issue is that any of the display modes that feature a clock with a photo dedicate a lot more space to the clock than the photo. I would prefer it to be the other way around. Still an excellent unit, and no regrets.
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A great value! I had bought my brother the previous model, and it has been working for him for over a year. I really like the picture quality, it's sharp and seems true to color to me. I just got mine, and it took more than half an hour to get it going (and I'm pretty computer literate). The remote is a great idea, but I think the 3-button user interface is a bit difficult to figure out. I was disappointed that it didn't accept a USB flashdrive input device.
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The LCD of this frame has poor resolution; you can't see the pictures sharply. Although it is the cheapest range in Sony's lineup, I was really disappointed with Sony for coming up with such lousy products.
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Internal memory is limited.
No refresh mode for data in internal or external memory.
No capability to select different slide shows with selected stored photos.
There is an upgraded verson with more memory but the differences were not obvious when I bought this Sony product.
Buyers check your requirements for this type of product.
Sony claims display module is replacable? Hope it does not fail.
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