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Viewsonic VFD823-50 8-Inch Digital Photo Frame with 800x600 High Resolution and Clock/Calendar (Black)
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- 8"digital photo frame, LED backlight
- 800x600 high resolution for crisp & sharp image quality
- 4:3 aspect ratio to minimize distortion, Calendar & clock features
- Support SD/MMC/SDHC, Auto on/off feature
- Support JPG file/photo format, Support USB host
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|Image Aspect Ratio||12/31/1899|
|Item Dimensions||6.93 x 8.54 x 0.94 inches|
|Item Weight||0.99 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||1.6 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
We used the SD slot and inserted an 8 GB card and the photos were all JPEG format. I just plugged in the card and it started running automatically. The unit was well made and it features a one year warranty.
The frame was easy to set up without reading the instructions. It comes with a power adapter and a metal pole stand set to the proper viewing angle. The unit has an SD card slot as well as a USB memory card port. The back of the frame has a power on button that also serves as a home button. The bottom button is the menu button and it lets you setup the photos, calendar/clock settings and the system settings.
The photo selection lets you set the photo display size, display time, transition effect and the mode of displaying the photos like show in order or random. You can also rotate photos, zoom, crop or stretch, and delete photos from the memory cards that are inserted.
The calendar/clock settings allow you to set the date, month, year, clock mode 12/24 hour, and the time. The unit has a very nice display mode where the photo can be displayed on the left side of the screen and the calendar and digital time on the RH side of the screen. This is a very nice effect for an office desk environment.Read more ›
I placed it on top of a 60" high media cabinet, but the photos were not viewable standing up or seated. The viewing angles are severely distorted outside of a sweet spot of roughly 45 degrees vertical up and maybe 25 degrees down. So if you want the photos to appear clear when you are standing and seated, this frame should be placed no higher than 3 feet. This definitely is not the same viewsonic quality I remember fondly from their computer monitors in the 90s.
After playing with the frame for 1/2 hour, I turned it off. One Saturday a couple weeks after I set it up, I noticed that it mysteriously turned itself on in the late afternoon. I thought maybe I had accidentally set up an auto-on feature. I tried to access the menu using the rear buttons, but all buttons (including power) were non responsive. I unplugged the unit for a few days, removed the SD card, but still can't access any of the menu functions.
I asked Viewsonic for an RMA. I will update this post when I get a response, and if I get a replacement unit.
UPDATE: After several weeks, I've contacted Viewsonic multiple times via email and phone. I have a case number but no RMA. Their response is "someone will call me back to troubleshoot." AVOID THIS PHOTO FRAME, and all other viewsonic products.Read more ›
But be aware that TigerDirect does not have stock on the VFD823-50 and will substitute the VFD820-50, whose stand is *not* designed to support it in portrait orientation. I specifically wanted the VFD823-50 because the stand will support it either way.
I think it's wrong to knowingly keep listing this model no. as being in stock when it isn't.
Even worse is substituting a different item without permission or notification. TD knows it is not in stock - I talked to them about it 2 days ago, and they still list it as "In Stock". They are now telling me it won't be back in stock until after Christmas, and yet they continue to show it as being in stock. I ordered on 12/11, so they've had plenty of time to show the correct stock status. I am irritated that due to a time crunch, I have to go with the less suitable VFD20-50 that they substituted without asking.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was super disappointed in this product. There is a reason it has been discontinued. It was given to me as a gift so thank goodness I didn't lose money on it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by gunniwolf
The product is no long manufactured by ViewSonic and has been replaced by new models. The good news is that ViewSonic does continue to offer product support and you can go to an... Read morePublished 19 months ago by E. B. MULLIGAN
The Picture frame you see is not what you get. I returned this frame twice to get what is adverttised and kept getting the same thing. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Ron Hoeft
I bought this frame as a Mothers Day gift for my mother. I downloaded photos onto a thumb drive and loaded into the frame. Read morePublished 20 months ago by littletech
Bought this unit so Mom Mom can see pictures of grandchildren. Resolution and brightness are great. The problem is the setup. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Bruce Lowden
We bought this as a gift for our son. I (a non-techy) loaded it with pictures of his two children and we gave it to him for Christmas. It now sits in his office running constantly. Read morePublished on July 25, 2013 by John N Harris
This item died after 4 months of moderate use. I would not recommend this to anyone. Look for other brands.Published on June 22, 2013 by Bojan Mitrovic
I like it a lot. the only thing that I don't like about the product is that the randomize picture option will often repeat the same pictures. Read morePublished on June 10, 2013 by Craig Richins