Kodak SV-811 8 Inch Digital Photo Frame £53 delivered @ digital camara company - HotUKDeals
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enter code 123 at step 5 of checkout for 30% discount Smart, intuitive multimediadone your way

Start viewing your pictures and videos right awayjust insert a memory card or connect your digital camera and enjoy
A frame full of features: slide shows your way, thumbnails, copy, delete, and print
Set the mood with musiclisten to your favorite MP3s with built-in speakers
Selectable viewing hours featuring automatic on/off settings

Simple to use

Be in charge with the handy remote control
Fill it up with memories thanks to 128 MB of internal memory
The convenient drag-and-drop feature makes transferring pictures a snap
Connect to a PictBridge-enabled printer to print pictures without a computer

Viewing excellence

Optimized with KODAK Light Management Film to provide a bright, clear display with excellent viewing angle
View your pictures on the 8 in. (20.3 cm), 16:9 wide screen featuring KODAK Color Science for vibrant color and crisp detail

Accessorize your pictures

Display your frame on a tabletop or on a wallvertically or horizontally
Add style to any d?r with accessory faceplates (optional)*
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#1
might be £54 delivered, not sure if the 30% includes the delivery.
#2
These guys are in administration. I would happily order a camera from them costing more than £100 with my credit card. Any amounts under £100 carry a cetain degree of risk, I guess.
#3
I think I will wait a bit longer for Kodak to bring out frames that have a built in rechargable battery. Its unsightly otherwise with the power cable hanging down from the wall.
#4
rivergold
These guys are in administration. I would happily order a camera from them costing more than £100 with my credit card. Any amounts under £100 carry a cetain degree of risk, I guess.
sorry about this and thanks for telling me was going to order this , glad I didn't. I was wondering why when someone put a deal on last week with the 30% code it had been removed shortly afterwards, obvioIusly I now know why. That's what I like about HUKD, not only do you get good deals, but also get heads ups on things like this. This is a pity cause this seemed such a good deal, so would appreciate if anyone could give me anymore info on The Digital Camara Company, thanks.
#5
Great find - this is a quality digital photo frame - don't confuse it with the other cheap tat that's about.

If you're going to have a digital photo frame - get a good one like this. Just voted best value in a group round-up at PC Pro - and that was at £75. At £53 this is an absolute steal.

See what PC Pro had to say...

http://www.pcpro.co.uk/labs/188427/kodak-easyshare-sv811.html

Heat and much respect!
#6
sid1763
sorry about this and thanks for telling me was going to order this , glad I didn't. I was wondering why when someone put a deal on last week with the 30% code it had been removed shortly afterwards, obvioIusly I now know why. That's what I like about HUKD, not only do you get good deals, but also get heads ups on things like this. This is a pity cause this seemed such a good deal, so would appreciate if anyone could give me anymore info on The Digital Camara Company, thanks.


I think they're behaving honouably. I had two orders cancelled last week - trying to order cameras that ran out of stock - with no charges to my credit card. Presuambly administrators are just trying to flog off all the stock for a fair price to minimise their debts. They may even spring back into life once th stock has been cleared.

But for £100 or more (not sure if needs to be £100 ex postage) you can hassle your credit card company if anything goes wrong. For less than £100, you're on your own, though just cos they're in administration doesn't mean they're trying to rip you off. Just more risky generally!

Apparently an "affiliate" confirmed this (thread on avforums, I think) though companies house know nothing about it. So just rumours, but their withdrawal from quidco, and 15% then 30% discounts - resulting in cameras at half of some competitor prices - plus not restocking certainly made me suspect this even before I dug deeper and found the rumours.
#7
Had this from Argos but took it back - you can't do a random slideshow. The photos only play in the order they are stored on the card. So when you power it off at night then turn it back on in the morning, it starts from the start again. Hopeless if you have 1000's of photos, you might never get to see the ones at the end of the list.

Picture quality was good mind.

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