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Sony DPP-F700 7-Inch Digital Photo Frame/Printer
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- Large 7-inch wide (16:10) LCD display displays your photos with vibrant color and crisp detail in WVGA (800 x 480) resolution
- Print photos as fast as 45 seconds
- Creat calendars, photo layouts, photo ID
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The DPP-F700 digital photo frame/printer beautifully displays up to 2,000 2-megapixel photos on a 7" WVGA 800 x 480 resolution widescreen LCD and prints 4x6" photos. Direct USB input from your PC and support for most memory cards makes photo transfer a snap. For added convenience, the supplied remote gives you the ability to navigate the DPP-F700 without leaving the comfort of your couch or office chair.
Large 7"1 wide (16:10) LCD display - Large 7"1 wide (16:10) LCD display displays your photos with vibrant color and crisp detail in WVGA (800 x 480) resolution.
Plug-and-Play, PC-less image transfer - Plug-and-Play, PC-less image transfer is a snap with direct USB input5 from most digital cameras, as well as support for most memory cards.
Auto Orientation sensor - An Auto Orientation sensor automatically selects portrait or landscape view depending on the horizontal or vertical placement of the frame.
Get creative - Creat calendars, photo layouts, photo ID
1 GB internal storage capacity - 1 GB internal storage capacity with Auto Sizing feature lets you store up to 2,000 2 MP photos.
Remote control - Supplied remote control lets you navigate the Digital Photo Frame without leaving the comfort of your couch or office chair.
Quick Prints - Print photos as fast as 45 seconds
Photo Display - Display your photos as a single image, in thumbnail view for quick searching, or as a slideshow.
Clock and calendar modes - Clock and calendar modes provide added convenience for your home or office.
From the Manufacturer
Sony's DPP-F700 Digital Photo Frame/Printer makes it simple to beautifully display up to 2,000 2 MP photos on a 7-inch LCD screen and print 4x6" photos
Large 7-inch Wide (16:10) LCD Display
Large 7-inch wide (16:10) LCD display displays your photos with vibrant color and crisp detail in WVGA (800 x 480) resolution.
Print photos as fast as 45 seconds
Creat calendars, photo layouts, photo ID
Plug-and-Play, PC-less Image Transfer
Plug-and-Play, PC-less image transfer is a snap with direct USB input from most digital cameras, as well as support for most memory cards.
Display your photos as a single image, in thumbnail view for quick searching, or as a slideshow.
1 GB Internal Storage Capacity
1 GB internal storage capacity with Auto Sizing feature lets you store up to 2,000 2 MP photos.
Auto Orientation Sensor
An Auto Orientation sensor automatically selects portrait or landscape view depending on the horizontal or vertical placement of the frame.
Clock and Calendar Modes
Clock and calendar modes provide added convenience for your home or office.
Supplied remote control lets you navigate the Digital Photo Frame without leaving the comfort of your couch or office chair.
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It does more than just 4x6 photos. For example, you can make groups of smaller wallet size photos on a single sheet and calendars with your favorite picture on them.
I'm really glad that I purchased this photo printer. I have no complaints.
By the way, the correct paper/ink for the Sony DPP-F700 printer is SVM-F120P. Don't be fooled by the other paper/ink kits displayed on the same page with this printer. (I'm not saying how I know this.)
Now, for details. Read my review in conjunction with earlier reviews as I will try not to repeat what others have said.
- Controls for the device are placed on the right hand side of the front panel. However, you can't see them. They are touch controls and they light up only when you go to touch them. Very creative and attractive.
- In addition to 1 GB internal memory, it can also access veriety of memory cards. Lucky for me, it can take compact flash cards! I have a 4 GB compact flash card that is just sitting - now I can put it to use.
- You can connect this device to computer via USB (cable not provided) to upload pictures. You can also transfer files between external memory cards and internal memory.
- Transitions in slideshow mode are limited, but display modes are numerous. You can show the calendar, clock, and the pictures in many different ways.
- Printer makes the device complex. You have to store certain components - e.g. paper tray, cleaning cartridge (a piece of plastic), paper etc. Also, the printer mode requires about 4" space in the back and 6" space in the front.
- Photo printing employs multi-pass process, but it is all automatic. It is interesting to see how each color is overlaid at each pass.
- Printed photo quality is just acceptable. My regular HP OfficeJet produces much better quality prints.
- When you submit the print command, it prints as it is shown on the screen. For example, if there is a clock or calendar on the screen, that will be printed as well. So, before hitting the print button, you may have to change the display mode.
- The adapter brick is huge. What was Sony thinking? The adapter brick of my notebook computer is probaly a third of the size of this brick.
Is it primarily a printer or a picture frame? I think it is primarily a printer and photo frame is only a bonus. I think this way because the printer part makes the device bulky and much heavier than a photo frame. Also, loose components that need to be stored are only for the printer. If you don't use this device much for printing, then you should probably look for a stand alone picture frame. However, there is absolutely no doubt that this device can easily become a "conversation piece" and "show off" gadget in your house.
This device is becoming less and less attractive as a photo frame. It has 1 GB internal space, and it allows you to store your pictures in multiple folders. What it doesn't let you do is to display a slideshow of just one folder. We just returned from a vacation and I just want to display our recent vacation photos for the next few weeks. Only way to accomplish that is to (1) delete existing photos (and all the folders) and copy the new pictures or (2) copy new pictures into an empty memory card and run slideshow from that card.
I have another photo frame made by Philips. It will allow me to create multiple albums. This Sony product doesn't.
So, I called Sony's support. The lady can hear me, but I can barely hear her. And, the conversation wasn't going anywhere. Then I tried their chat support. The chat lady didn't have any other reference material than the product manual. I already have a product manual and I know it doesn't have any reference to creating multiple albums. If they are referring to the same information that I can read, why do I need their customer support? Anyway, my experience with their support was mediocre.
I would still rate this product **** because there are work-arounds to the problem.
Removing the SDHC card and plugging the frame in to my MacBook Air, it was INSTANTLY connected as a 'removable drive' and I was able to add photos by simply dragging and dropping them from iPhoto! WIN for Mac users!
At first I figured the printer part of this thing was 'gimmicky'. Until I printed a photo. It BLEW my Canon Pixma ip4500 printer away in quality. Prints are FANTASTIC. No other way to say it. They are clear, bright, gorgeous prints that rival anything you can buy from a photo store or photo printer at ANY price point. This is my default photo printer now! The printing ribbon Sony gives is SUPER easy to install too, unlike our Canon which has 5 (FIVE!) ink tanks that constantly seem to be empty and cost crazy amounts to replace.
We used Sony photo paper with this, which was priced competitively and looks sweet in 'glossy', too! I've run about 40 prints so far and the thing hasn't asked for any new ink, so all is well.
The things I didn't like, but are NOT deal breakers:
1. The software runs a little slow... when you use the remote and make a selection on the menu it can take a half-second to respond. I'm so used the snappiness of my iPhone, I found I clicked 2 or 3 times thinking it hadn't received the signal. It did, just took a sec to catch-up.
2. The frame itself (if just thought of as a photo frame) is thicker than expected. Once you see one of the prints, you'll know why and it becomes an INSTANT non-issue.
The way it looks!! Glossy black, gorgeous LED backlit buttons on the face of it are touch sensitive and really make the frame look futuristic. It prints fast too! It lays one color at a time as it prints, so it's cool to watch!
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