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Epson Photo-Fine Player P-4500

Epson Photo-Fine Player P-4500 - The successor to the popular Epson P-2000 multimedia storage viewer sports an 80GB hard disk and wider RAW support than its predecessor.

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Epson Photo-Fine Player P-4500
Details of the new multimedia stoarge viewer from Epson have been released on Epson's Japanese website.
Features of this new product include:
  • Large 80GB hard disk
  • Supports images up to 30 megapixels
  • 3.8inch Photo Fine LCD screen displays images at 212 pixels per inch
  • Histogram function
  • Highlight and shadow indication
  • EXIF data viewer
  • Built in MP3 player with graphic equaliser
  • Compatible with MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4, and DivX movie files
  • Compatible with MP3 and AAC audio formats
View Directory Page : Epson (UK) Ltd.

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philipr e2
9 392
15 Mar 2006 8:15AM
I wonder if they have sorted out the interface so that you can have nested folders.

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SteveBB e2
9 27 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2006 7:58AM
Not heard of the 4500 but I do have the P4000 - something I just bought recently with exactly the same spec.
No solution to the nested folders Philip but the speed "appears" faster particularly with raw (canon files).
However, put more than 8 gigs on (10%) and the search time slows down quite a bit.
I hope new firmware will correct this.
New batteries for the P4000 are now 2.7mAH which is slightly more than the P2000 and will allow between 2-3 hours usage depending on whether u are uploading from cards or just showing a photo slide.
Steve
ps my first ever comment on here so please be gentle Wink
Any one know about the transfer speed from compact flash for this Epson p4500
the new JOBO Evolution say over 8mb per sec , I had the p4000 for a week but sent it back as it would not zoom in on CR2
They say that this one reads CR2 BUT will it zoom in this time?
SteveBB e2
9 27 United Kingdom
31 Mar 2006 4:55AM
Hi Gordon, it does say in the destructions that it will not zoom in on .raw files and will only zoom in on .jpg and wow, it certainly does that ... glad I bought an L series lens as at over 800% the definition was superb (photo was crap though lol)

So it is not a dodgy player you have.

Hope this helps,

Steve

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