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Advice on digital photo frames please

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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
I'm thinking of getting a digital photo frame for the in laws but don't know much about resolution etc. Don't want to spend more than £40 if poss. and it needs to be fairly easy to operate. Any suggestions on good make/deals or things to look for or to avoid would be appreciated. Thanks and HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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bought the £25 extra value one from ebuyer.com for me mum picture quality was fine but build quality was poor and usability left some to be desired. I would pay a little bit more and grab one which is 35 odd and getting good reviews also the cheaper one was unbranded.
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I got one from Comet recently for £29.99 ( Reduced from £57.99 ), Quality was very good, It was a Proline model, The same as this
Not available on Comet's website but defo worth a look instore.
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Thanks for the advice. Have given you both rep...:thumbsup:
banned#4
I'd advise spending a bit more on something.
around £40-50 and you should find a nice decent one for you.
The saying you buy cheap you buy twice.. could certainly apply.
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i was given the kodak p720 it is very good and on offer at argos for £49 i think
gets exellent reviews by its uses
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I've bought one from jessops "Jessops 8" and i'm impressed. Picture quality is really good. It comes with mp3 player, divx player, calendar,..
Just look for at least 800x 600 pixels at 8" screen.

Just one thing. Don't buy 16:9 screen ratio. Almost all cameras are 4:3, so you wont have stretched pictures.
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Just look for at least 800x 600 pixels at 8" screen.

Just one thing. Don't buy 16:9 screen ratio. Almost all cameras are 4:3, so you wont have stretched pictures.


Thanks that's really helpful, - rep added :thumbsup:

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