SanDisk Photo Album / Photo Viewer £11.99 delivered @ Mymemory
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SanDisk Photo Album / Photo Viewer £11.99 delivered @ Mymemory

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Found 30th Jan 2009Made hot 1st Feb 2009
Plus quidco
Half price
Amazon price £19.85
I have one of these attached to my tv it is really handy to watch pics/videos especially with the remote control provided with this

Specification
- Use your TV to view, share, and store digital photos and video clips. No computer necessary!
- Plug & Play easy to install
- Works just like a SanDisk Memory card reader when connected to your PC
- Compatible supports all popular digital camera media formats, including CompactFlash, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, SmartMedia, xD, SD (Not SD HC), Micro SD Cards (Not Micro SD HC), Mini SD Cards and Memory Stick Pro Duo with an adaptor
- Supports JPEG files the most common form of file format used by digital still cameras, at resolutions up to 16 megapixels, as well as Motion JPEG, MPEG-1 (QVGA resolution/up to 8 frames per second) and MP3 (up to 32 Kbps)

* Example based on average of 60KB per digital photo in TV(VGA) resolution stored on a 128MB CompactFlash® card (not included)


Warranty
2 Years

Product Code
SDV2-D-E30

24 Comments

Original Poster

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good deal heat added

Thanks for sharing, quick question - how does it connect to the TV (I have a Sony 32V4000) ? Many thanks in advance, as this is the first time as I have seen one of these.

Just checked 4% Quidco as well!

pity it doesn't do SDHC :x

Original Poster

ladyv;4237438

Thanks for sharing, quick question - how does it connect to the TV (I … Thanks for sharing, quick question - how does it connect to the TV (I have a Sony 32V4000) ? Many thanks in advance, as this is the first time as I have seen one of these.



On the yellow, red and white slots of your tv. Same as you do for your camcorder etc. I hope this is of some help. Thanks:thumbsup:

does it play XviD/DivX videos?

remote_shopping;4237517

On the yellow, red and white slots of your tv. Same as you do for your … On the yellow, red and white slots of your tv. Same as you do for your camcorder etc. I hope this is of some help. Thanks:thumbsup:



Oh...duh me! Rep added x

Original Poster

A23;4237548

does it play XviD/DivX videos?



I don't think so never tried. According to specification,
"Motion JPEG, MPEG-1 (QVGA resolution/up to 8 frames per second) and MP3 (up to 32 Kbps)"
Thanks

Good for those that dont have a games console such as a Wii or Xbox 360 that can both do photo viewing, and surprisingly not much more in price than a decent multicard reader.

Hot price indeed!

very good find...

Interesting bit of kit and seems a bargain at this price. Heat and rep added.

About to buy one, but then read this on Amazon:

If you think you can simply remove the SD card from your camera and use this device to view the photos on it, think again. I have a 7megapixel camera, so the pictue files are quite large. I use an SDHC card, which this device can't read. Copying the files on to a normal SD card seems to work, but is PAINFULLY SLOW at displaying the photos and after displaying a few photos it simply hangs. Finally - the remote control is quite useless. Pressing a button on it usually does nothing for about half a minute, then, when you've just about given up waiting, it either hangs, or (if you're lucky) responds. In short, this device is basically useless.

Maybe not.

no sdhc support? not too good that.

I don't think this is a good buy, no sdhc support and composite output (pretty much the lowest quality video connection) means it's badly out of date.

John

Looks good on the face of it, before you investigate and discover its pitfalls,

Quote:"as well as Motion JPEG, MPEG-1 (QVGA resolution/up to 8 frames per second) and MP3 (up to 32 Kbps)"

Those are redundant features. And no SDHC support, which many newer high megapixels cameras use.

Also how does this connect to the TV, is it HD compatible even, i.e can it show images at 2-3mp resolution if you have a 1920x1080 set or will it just show photos at a ****** 640x480 VGA? This is a crucial factor that many HDTV owners could overlook.

Heat added, might be good for some people. Not for me due to the lack of SDHC support and no HDMI or component output, but a lot of people still have non-SDHC cameras and standard-def TVs so for them it's worth a punt.

My tv has a built in sd card slot/

Isn't this SanDisk memory card reader/recorder for £10 more better value?

mymemory.co.uk/Mem…der

Most (all?) digital cameras comes with a cable to connect them directly to the TV already, so I don't really get the point of this. And as people have said, no SDHC support and no HDMI/component out. Cold from me.

A23;4237548

does it play XviD/DivX videos?



Mpeg-4 is the set Xvid and DivX will fall under - so its extremely unlikely.

napwilson;4250775

Isn't this SanDisk memory card reader/recorder for £10 more better … Isn't this SanDisk memory card reader/recorder for £10 more better value?http://www.mymemory.co.uk/Memory-Card-Readers/SanDisk/SanDisk-V-Mate-Video-Memory-Card-Recorder



yep, agreed, much better spec and only £9 more

CeeBee;4248590

Heat added, might be good for some people. Not for me due to the lack of … Heat added, might be good for some people. Not for me due to the lack of SDHC support and no HDMI or component output, but a lot of people still have non-SDHC cameras and standard-def TVs so for them it's worth a punt.



Many cameras already have basic composite out which means people can use their own camera for the same function.

John

Banned

I imagine it's cheap because of the lack of modern support - it's probably an old product knocked down for clearance
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