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Eralp 7 24
6 Jan 2008 4:09PM
I am looking for a high resolution digital photo frame. Any suggestions?

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digicammad 11 22.0k 37 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2008 8:34AM
How about this one ?

Ian
csurry 12 9.2k 92
7 Jan 2008 3:58PM
I just bought one from M&S - 800x600 and the displayed images looked OK.

I have viewed quite a few other the last couple of months, though I have to admit that my main reason for buying from M&S was a surplus of M&S gift tokens, such that it only actually cost me 10 as there was absolutely nothing else in store of interest Smile
JJGEE 9 6.4k 18 England
7 Jan 2008 4:14PM

Quote:as there was absolutely nothing else in store of interest Smile

Nothing in an M&S store of interest for a woman ?
WelshKiwi 7 3.2k 2 Wales
7 Jan 2008 4:19PM
LOL Cheryl you sound like me.......

Lee Smile
csurry 12 9.2k 92
7 Jan 2008 4:22PM
You've seen me Jeff, jeans and fleece, not the sort of thing M&S sell.

I did look around the clothes section, but as I can wear jeans to work, nothing was of interest Smile
alfpics 12 357 England
6 Mar 2008 2:33PM
Is anyone able to tell me how these things deal with a picture that isn't of the same aspect ratio as the screen? Eg like the 800x600 one mentioned above, does it just chop the edges off a 3:2 picture, or does it squash it so you have a black top and bottom edge, but the width fits side to side?
Thanks
Andy
Chrism8 8 752 14 England
6 Mar 2008 3:19PM
Ideally you resize the images to suit the unit, they do leave a black border around an image where the size does'nt match, particually a portrait shot when the unit is in landscape mode.

If you wanted to show portraits, the only successful way is to turn the unit and all images 90 deg.

Chris
alfpics 12 357 England
6 Mar 2008 9:47PM
Chris,

Thank you for the helpful reply

Andy

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