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VistaQuest - 8" Digital Photo Frame - Espresso

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Product Description

VistaQuest - 8" Digital Photo Frame - Espresso Clock and calendar; slideshow, preview, zoom and rotate modes; adjustable speed; automatic slideshow; 600 x 800 resolution; adjustable brightness, contrast and saturation; built-in flash memory; memory card slot

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • ASIN: B00HW54W28
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at January 16, 2014

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

I recently bought this VistaQuest - 8" Digital Photo Frame (Espresso colored) for my girlfriend as a surprise and loaded it with photos of us and her son. The picture quality of the screen is surprisingly good. The photos look sharp at this resolution ( 800 x 600 pixels), the colors look vibrant, and the brightness level of this screen is good. There are even options to reduce power (to save energy), and to customize image settings (like changing contrast, brightness, and slide-show timer (time between image changes). It comes with a remote to access the menu or skip photos with. There are also button controls to access the same menu on the back of the frame. The transitions are pretty cheesy, but I picked the least cheesy one which is just photos sliding into the frame. The other transistions look like old video transitions they used to use from the 80's. The frame itself looks nice and simulates a real photo-frame well. It actually took a few seconds for my girlfriend to realize that it was a digital photo frame instead of a normal one... well, once the photos started moving it was pretty apparent. This frame does have built-in memory (and some demo photos already installed) which is nice. Set-up is super easy. You just plug it in, put the Full sized-SD card in (if you have one) and select the source that you want to view from using the menu. The aspect ration of this frame is 4:3, so if you crop your photos to 4:3 first... it will look really nice. If you don't, it will display black bars on the top and bottom (which I like better than if it stretched the image by default). I kind of wished that there was a mode that would automatically crop widescreen photos for you to fit 4:3, but there doesn't seem to be that option. Below are the Pros and Cons for your quick reference.Read more ›
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Phillyzone on June 15, 2014
Good little digital frame for the money. I picked mine up at bestbuy for $33 - includes a remote & usb cable.

A couple nice features is that it auto sizes photos down so that they display correctly and black bars the sides if it's a portrait style pic.

Concerning the response that this is difficult to use... for who? The options are limited and self explanatory... it auto scrolls thru photos on your sd card... and has an off/on button. If u cannot set ur vcr *laugh* clock... dont buy this.

It has onboard memory - almost 100mb. Not a lot... but enough to get u started... so pick up a cheap sd card.

Bought this for fathers day, hubby loves it! Only issue ive had are with some portrait pics displaying sideways - so I just resaved them in the correct orientation and reinserted the sd card - fixed

Overall - good lil frame for the cash.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 25, 2014
I can't add much more than D. Troung already covered, but I will go ahead and add my two cents.

First of all, I was able to buy mine at Best Buy for only $29.99, which I feel is the appropriate price for this product. I would have been very disappointed if I had paid $79.99-you can get a similar frame from Waterford crystal for only $25 more!

It is very nice looking with a dark "wood" frame with a thick cream colored matte. The picture area is also matte, so you wont get a glare from overhead lights. It can also be used as a digital clock by pressing one button on the back. It comes with a nifty remote which made set up simple. For only a couple dollars more, I added a 4gb memory card and have now enough room for probably a thousand pictures! It also has a USB port which made loading photos a breeze.

I recently purchased a photo scanner and have stored hundreds of my parents old pictures onto my computer. With a little editing, I'll be ready to download these into the frame just in time for Christmas. I think my folks are going to be the talk of their retirement home with their new fancy photo frame!

This is a great digital photo frame, just make sure you buy it on sale!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Bernard on December 21, 2014
It is a great basic digital photo frame with various transition options. The display is clear and bright. My wife loves it!

There are some issues if you have a Macintosh. The picture frame comes up as an unrecognizable device when attaching it via the included USB cable. I tried to reformat the internal memory (128MB) as MS-DOS format (since that would be the more "universal" format) and it still did not recognize the device.

I ended up copying photos to an extra USB Flash Drive that I had lying around and attaching the flash drive to the USB port in the back of the frame. This ended up being a better option since the memory stick is 2GB. I copied 1,000 photos at the frame resolution of 800 pixels wide and that only took up 630MB. At that rate I can copy over appx. 2,500 more photos to the flash drive.
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