Matsunichi "Photoblitz" 10.2-Inch 16:9 Digital Picture Frame
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- 10-inch Matsunichi photoblitz PF1009M Digital Photo Frame General Features: 10-inch TFT LCD screen
- 16:9 aspect ratio 800 x 480 resolution 250 cd/m2 brightness 300:1 contrast ratio
- 65/45 vertical viewing angle 65/65 horizontal viewing angle 20 Hz ~ 20 kHz frequency response
- 128 MB NAND built-in memory (up to 500 pictures using transcoding technology)
- Multilingual OSD (English, French and Spanish)
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The main area I was concerned about is picture quality. The resolution is fairly low - 480 x 234, which is pretty standard at this price point. This is a device clearly aimed at mainstream consumers - proud grandmas and the like. If you are a camera snob you should probably look elsewhere. This should be obvious, but it bears repeating. Your images are *not* going to look as good as they do even on an LCD computer monitor.
That said, most of my decent quality images look decent. Keep in mind this is a 16:9 wide ratio display. I put a couple images on the frame that were shot vertically, forcing the frame to shrink them substantially to make them fit. These shots looked pretty bad, and I ended up deleting them from the memory card. I also had one shot that was slightly out of focus. It looks okay on my computer, but looked pretty bad on the frame. Garbage in, garbage out definitely applies here. If your pics are shot with an inferior camera or they have other flaws, their bad points will most likely be magnified by this frame.Read more ›
The picture quality is OK. The larger the objects in the shot are the better it comes through. Since it is low resolution, smaller items in the pictures look a little pixelated. So you might want to crop junk out of the pictures before you put it on the memory stick.
The frame itself is just a black plastic frame, so it will "go" with pretty much any decor.
It is really easy to use. I just pulled it out of the box, threw my memory card in it, plugged it in and the slide show started. There are a few features to adjust the slideshow to make it do what you want and there is a clock option on it.
If you are looking for an affordable digital frame for a grandma (or an aunt, friend, etc.) that is user friendly and looks halfway decent; this is a nice option to consider.
But if you are looking for a beautiful, crisp picture display to show off your photography skills after your Italian countryside honeymoon, this is not the product for you. Check out the $130 Kodak one with the interchangeable faceplates if that's what you want.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Could never work it. Still. No clue like 2 pics play very unclear directions. Several memory cards. Go for the brand you knoPublished 19 months ago by Stacey Jill
not a bad image for the price. bought for a gift, but ended up keeping for myself!Published 20 months ago by Cheryl M.