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Panasonic DMW-SDP1EB WAS £59.99 NOW £17.99
Panasonic DMW-SDP1EB WAS £59.99 NOW £17.99

Panasonic DMW-SDP1EB WAS £59.99 NOW £17.99

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View photos from SD in High Definition
HD component supplied
1080i quality
Compact and light weight
Venus Engine III
Quick start up of 1 second
Wide variety of playback modes
Supports JPEG playback (Lumix images only)
Includes remote control
New MPEG2 Engine (Variable Bit Rate)
Dimensions: (W x H x D) Approx 113 x 25 x 60.5mm (4.45 x 0.98 x 2.38 inch) Approx. 85g. (0.91ib) Approx. 87g

29 Comments

but what is it???

Anything photo over a 3MP is capible of being displayed in HD the problem is no digital photoframe on the market is HD....as yet.
This little card reader plugs straight in to the component slot on your LCD/Plasma and will play your photos as a slide show through your TV in HD! Its looks amazing and you realise what your missing from not viewing them in HD the colours are so deep and images crystal clear! The most ipressive thing about the card reader is it breaks your photos down into a calendar by the days they were taken so its really easy to navigate through the days of your holiday or events.

pity it aint Compact Flash - I couldn't be bothered transferring pics over from my DSLR over to a SD card.

:roll:

Seems a hassle having to plug it int the back of your plasma. Already have my 360 on the component slot too. Can stream my photos from the PC to 360 to the TV already.

Will need to get easier to use before buying something like this.

Does anyone know if this plays DIVX / Avi files?

will it play SDHC cards ?

toonarmani;2289073

pity it aint Compact Flash - I couldn't be bothered transferring pics … pity it aint Compact Flash - I couldn't be bothered transferring pics over from my DSLR over to a SD card.:roll:



Agreed :thumbsup:

SunTzu;2288721

but what is it???



"I've never seen one before -- no one has -- but I'm guessing it's a white hole."

Some newer HDTVs have this function built in, Panasonic plasma range

You can get devices for not much more that do a whole lot more

bassethound2005;2288829

the colours are so deep

Methinks there's a little auto-suggestion going on there...

Been looking for a good deal on one of these for a while, got a Lumix compact and a Nikon D40 so this is perfect!

Gone for one, thanks!

[QUOTE=marcosdjcm;2289401]Some newer HDTVs have this function built in, Panasonic plasma range/QUOTE]

so what should one look for in the specs to confirm before buying a new plasma that itis built in?

A Wii has an SD slot and can output via cxomponent to HD - if you have got one, would the Wii not do the same as this device?

Agree with the comments on SD - should be multi-format. Also, why do manufacturers insist on putting doors on the slots for these things when they invariably always stay open (spoiling the 'line' of the product)?

No - whilst the Wii has component out it isn't high enough resolution to be HD.

SunTzu;2288721

but what is it???



Loonytoad;2289387

"I've never seen one before -- no one has -- but I'm guessing it's a … "I've never seen one before -- no one has -- but I'm guessing it's a white hole."



but what is it???




(Sorry - couldn't resist!)

Why does it only support Lumix Jpeg playback, didn't know their format was unique.

sburley;2289987

Why does it only support Lumix Jpeg playback, didn't know their format … Why does it only support Lumix Jpeg playback, didn't know their format was unique.



Isn't it just the folder structure its looking for. My Fz18 has a fairly complex folder structure (and uses the same processor as this). Still its a little lazy of Panasonic.

It does movies as well only not sure which format.

AND it's still £89 - £99.00 in some places.

I love the way no one has actually said what the hell this thing is. I might ask Homer Simpson at Compu-global Hyper-mega-net, he's bound to know.

Loonytoad;2289387

"I've never seen one before -- no one has -- but I'm guessing it's a … "I've never seen one before -- no one has -- but I'm guessing it's a white hole."



"A white hole?" ^_^

So basically it's the same as hooking your camera up to your tv to view your pictures but at more expense. >_>

Redbu11;2289148

Does anyone know if this plays DIVX / Avi files?


AVI probably yes. Divx/XViD probably no.
According to what I saw on web, it can play MJPEG video but not any kind of MPEG. Not sure if this is true though.

Do a google search on DMW-SDP1 and more reviews and info comes up see below
letsgodigital.org/en/…er/

stu

hmmm... i'd use my pc in the end anyway.

Available at £15.00 delivered at Digisaurus.
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Why is it expired? It is still available.

Kommunist;2293907

Why is it expired? It is still available.



Yes someone has also expired the deal posted above (Digisaurus). and that One is also still showing stock available.

Received mine today, fantastic product.

Thanks!

back @ £17.99 .. unexpired

Foxy102;2290461

I love the way no one has actually said what the hell this thing is. I … I love the way no one has actually said what the hell this thing is. I might ask Homer Simpson at Compu-global Hyper-mega-net, he's bound to know.



It basically allows you to have a slideshow of your pictures directly through a TV without a PC or console.

John
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