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|Jannis6622||5:27pm on Saturday, June 5th, 2010|
|Awful resolution I bought this product as a gift to my mom and I am highly disappointed. The picture quality and resolution is awful. Sony 7" Digital Photo Frame I bought this a Christmas present for my mum, then purchased three more for gifts to members of our family. limited capabilities Internal memory is limited. No refresh mode for data in internal or external memory.|
|johnsha||2:37pm on Saturday, May 22nd, 2010|
|Great Gift Works great! We purchased a cheaper brand and it worked for 2 days. Returned it and upgraded to the Sony.|
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Insert the DC plug of the supplied AC adaptor to this jack, and connect the AC adaptor and the wall outlet.
A LCD screen B Remote sensor
When using the supplied remote control, point it at this sensor.
D CompactFlash card/Microdrive slot (.page 22) (DPF-D72 only) E 1 (on/standby) button F Standby indicator G MENU button
Displays the menu. From the menu, you can operate the same functions as those of the buttons on the remote control, such as [Slideshow Settings], [Rotate], [Add to album] and [Date/time settings].
M VIEW MODE button (.page 23) N Holes for hanging unit on the wall (.page 16) O Space for storing stand
H Direction (B/b/v/V) buttons,
Press B/b/v/V to select the menu items. Then press to enter the selection.
I BACK button
Returns to the previous screen.
J Reset switch
If the photo frame does not operate at all with the power on, use a long, thin object such as a pin to push the switch.
K Access lamp L Memory Stick PRO (Standard/ Duo)/SD memory card/MMC/xDPicture Card slot (.page 22)
A VIEW MODE button (.page 23) B SLIDE-SHOW ( ) button (.page 23) C INDEX ( ) button (.page 23)
This button switches from the single view mode to the index image display.
D SINGLE ( ) button (.page 23) E MENU button F BACK button G 1 (on/standby) button H CLOCK ( ) button (.page 23) I Zoom in ( )/Zoom out ( ) buttons (.page 40) J ALBUM ( ) button (.page 32) K Direction (B/b/v/V) buttons L (enter) button M ROTATE ( ) button (.page 40)
Preparing the remote control
The supplied lithium battery (CR2025) has already been inserted into the remote control. Pull out the protective sheet before use as shown in the figure.
Replacing the battery of the remote control
If the remote control stops working, replace the battery (CR2025 lithium battery) with a new one.
Pull out the battery holder.
While pressing in the tab of the battery holder, pull out the battery holder.
Using the remote control Point the top end of the remote control towards the remote sensor on the photo frame.
Remove the old battery from the battery holder and then insert a new battery.
Insert the battery so that + is facing upwards.
Reinsert the battery holder into the remote control.
Battery may explode if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble or dispose of in fire.
Notes When the lithium battery becomes weak, the operating distance of the Remote control may shorten, or the Remote control may not function properly. In this case, replace the battery with a Sony CR2025 lithium battery. Use of another battery may present a risk of fire or explosion.
4.2mm (3/16 inch) 8.6mm (11/32 inch) Holes for hanging the unit on the wall
Screw the screws (not supplied) into the wall.
Be sure the screws (not supplied) protrude between 2.5 to 3mm (1/8 inch) from the surface of the wall.
Between 2.5mm to 3mm (1/8 inch)
Hang the photo frame on the wall by fitting the one hole on the rear panel to the screws on the wall.
Notes Use screws suitable for the quality of the material of the wall. The screws may be damaged, depending on the type of material used in the wall. Set the screws in a pillar or stud in the wall.
When you want to re-insert the memory card, remove the photo frame from the wall, then eject and re-insert the memory card while the photo frame is placed on a stable surface. Remove the stand and store it in the storage portion provided on the rear when you hang the photo frame on the wall.
To exchange a panel
You can exchange the original panel with an exchangeable panel supplied.
Insert a long, thin object such as a pin into the hole next to the space for storing stand on the rear of the photo frame and lift up the front panel.
Since a magnet is contained in the storage portion, you can keep the stand attached to the portion. Connect the DC cable of the AC adaptor to the photo frame and hang the photo frame on the wall. Then connect the AC adaptor to the wall outlet. We take no responsibility for any accidents or damage caused by defects of attachment, misuse, or natural disasters, etc.
Remove the panel.
Place an exchangeable panel to the photo frame, while aligning the hole on an exchangeable panel to the remote sensor of the photo frame.
Connecting to the AC power source
Insert the plug of the AC adaptor into the DC IN 5 V jack on the rear of the photo frame. Connect the AC adaptor to the wall outlet.
The photo frame is automatically turned on.
Press the four corners of the exchangeable panel to snap it into the photo frame.
To DC IN 5 V jack DC Plug To wall outlet DC cable AC adaptor main unit AC plug
Notes The socket outlet should be as close as possible to the unit, and easily accessible. Do not place the photo frame on an unsteady or tilted surface. Connect the AC adaptor to an easily accessible wall outlet close by. If trouble occurs while using the adaptor, immediately shut off the power by disconnecting the plug from the wall outlet.
Do not short the plug of the AC adaptor with a metal object. Doing so may cause a malfunction. Do not use the AC Adaptor placed in a narrow space, such as between a wall and furniture. Insert the plug of the AC adaptor firmly, if the connection is loose, the photo frame may turn off when it is moved. After use, remove the AC adaptor from the DC IN 5 V jack of the photo frame, and remove the AC adaptor from the outlet. Even if your photo frame is turned off, power will still be supplied if the AC adaptor remains connected and plugged into the wall outlet. Do not turn the photo frame off or disconnect the AC adaptor from the photo frame before the standby indicator turns red. Doing so may damage the photo frame.
Removing the AC plug from the wall outlet If the AC plug remains inserted in the wall outlet, remove it as follows:
Metal terminals at the rear of the AC plug.
About the AC plug
Attaching the AC plug Attach the AC plug to the AC adaptor main unit as follows:
PUSH tab clicks when the AC plug is slid firmly into place. Notes If handled roughly, the AC plug may become detached from the AC adaptor main unit and remain in the wall outlet. If this occurs, grasp the AC plug with dry hands as illustrated above and remove it from the wall outlet. Do not use a tool. Be careful not to touch the metal terminals at the rear of the AC plug. Check to see if there is no trouble with the AC adaptor main unit and AC plug, and then slide the AC plug into the AC adaptor main unit until it clicks into place. If there is any problem with the AC adaptor main unit or AC plug, consult with your Sony service facilities for repair.
Notes The AC plug may be removed from the AC adaptor main unit by pushing the PUSH tab. When using the AC adaptor, however, you do not have to remove the AC plug. Make sure to use the AC adaptor with the AC plug firmly attached. If the AC plug is removed, slide it into the AC adaptor main unit until it clicks into place as illustrated above. The AC plug shape may differ depending on the region you purchase the photo frame.
Turning the photo frame on
When you have already turned on your photo frame in the previous section, skip to the next section.
Operations in an initial state
When the photo frame is turned on without a memory card connected, the initial display below appears on the screen.
Turning on the power
Press 1 (on/standby) on the photo frame or remote control to turn on the power. The standby indicator turns to green from red. The Sony logo on the front panel lights up (DPFA72/D72 only). If the photo frame is not operated for 10 seconds, the demo mode is displayed. If any other button than the power button is pressed, the screen returns to the initial display. First, press MENU during the initial display, and then set the date and time.
Turning off the power
Hold 1 (on/standby) on the photo frame or remote control until the power turns off. The standby indicator turns to red from green.
Select (slideshow) using B/b after moving the cursor to the group area using B/b/v/V when you operate the photo frame using the buttons on the photo frame.
Press v/V to select the item and then press.
Refer to the tables on the next page for details on the setting items.
Press B/b/v/V to select the style you want, then press.
Notes Note the following when you select a slideshow using the image stored on the memory card. Due to one of the characteristics of the memory card devices, images may be subject to data error when read too often. Do not run a slideshow for a long time with a small number images. This may cause data error. We recommend you back up images on the memory card often. When the photo frame is, for instance, displaying a slideshow, changes to the settings of some items are unavailable. These items are displayed in gray and cannot be selected.
Refer to Slideshow display (page 24) for details on the slideshow styles.
The slideshow starts from the first image if you turn off the photo frame, or if you reset the photo frame. When the screen is too bright, it may make you feel nauseous. Be careful that you do not make the brightness settings too bright when you use the photo frame. Tip You can also use the VIEW MODE button on the photo frame.
*: Factory default settings Item
Set a value from 3 sec., 7 sec.*, 20 sec., 1 min., 5 min., 30 min., 1 hour, 3 hours, 12 hours, 24 hours for the interval between images. Note An image may not switch at the intervals you set on the menu, depending on the style of the slideshow or the size of the image.
Transitions to the next image as though the previous image is being pushed from the center to the four corners. Transitions to the next image as though blinds are being lowered vertically. Transitions to the next image as though blinds are being pulled horizontally. Transitions to the next image by fading out the current image and fading in the next image. Transitions to the next image as though the current image is being wiped off the screen to reveal the next image. Uses the above five effects randomly. Displays images randomly. Cancels shuffle playback. Displays an image in color. Displays an image in a sepia color. Displays an image in monochrome.
Vert. blinds Horiz. blinds Fade* Wipe
Random Shuffle Color effect ON OFF* Color* Sepia Monochrome Display Mode
You can select the view mode for the single image display. Note The original image data will not change. Entire image* Displays an entire image enlarged to proper size. (An image may be displayed with margins on the top, bottom, left and right.) Zooms in at the center of the image enough to fill the whole screen. Note An image may not display with the display size you set on the menu, depending on the style of the slideshow.
Due to one of the characteristics of the device, images stored for a long time or read many times may be subject to data error when read too often. This photo frame refreshes the internal memory automatically to prevent these errors, depending on the status of the internal memory. The confirmation screen used for refreshing the internal memory is displayed automatically when the refresh is needed. The refresh starts when you select [OK]. The Refresh also starts automatically when no operation is attempted for 30 seconds. If you select [Cancel], the confirmation screen used for refreshing the internal memory is displayed the next time.
Adding images to the internal memory
You can use the photo frame as a digital album, saving important images in the internal memory.
Tip In [Image file size] of the menu, you can preset whether to optimize the size of images or save images as is, without compressing them, when you save them to the internal memory (page 45). When [Image file size] is set to [Album], up to approx. 2,000 images (DPF-D72), or 250 images (DPF-A72/E72) can be added to the album. When set to [Original], the number of images that can be saved may vary, depending on the original image file size.
Press (Album) when an image stored on the memory card is displayed on the screen.
Tip Select [Add to album] using v/V after pressing the MENU button and then select (Editing) using B/b.
Single image display
Do not turn the photo frame to OFF while the internal memory is being refreshed. It may cause a malfunction. It may take approximately 5 minutes to refresh the internal memory.
Notes We recommend that you perform a backup of your data periodically to avoid losing it. Do not run a slideshow with less than 10 images continuously if you have set the interval time for the slideshow to 3 seconds. You may not be able to protect some images in the internal memory.
Refer to Searching for an image (Filtering) (DPF-D72 only) (page 39). 1 Press B/b/v/V to select the image to add to the album and then press.A check mark will be attached to the check box of each selected image. Repeat this operation to add multiple images at the same time.
Press v/V to select [Add this image], [Selected images] or [Add all images] and then press.
Press v/V to select [Export this image], [Selected images] or [Export all images] and then press.
If you select [Export this image], the image currently displayed is exported to the device. Go to step 6. (This item cannot be selected on the slideshow display.) If you select [Selected images], you can select the image you want to export from the image list. Go to step 5. If you select [Export all images], the image list is displayed. A check mark is attached to the check box of all the images. Go to step 6.
Specify the image to export from the image list.
About image searching in the image list (DPF-D72 only) During a search: Displays all the images applicable to the criteria used for the search. Other than during a search: Displays the image list of the album on the screen. Refer to Searching for an image (Filtering) (DPF-D72 only) (page 39). 1 Press B/b/v/V to select the image you want to export and then press.A check mark will be attached to the check box of each selected image. Repeat this operation to export multiple images at the same time. To cancel the selection, select images to cancel and then press to delete the check mark in the check box. 2 Press MENU. The screen used for selecting the device to which to export is displayed.
Press v/V to select the folder you want to save and press.
The confirmation screen used to decide whether to export or not is displayed.
The exporting is finished.
The image is copied to the specified device.
Press v/V to select the device to which to export the image and then press.
Note Do not turn off the power, remove the memory card during exporting. Doing so may damage the photo frame or memory card, or damage the data. Tips You can also use the MENU button on the photo frame. You can enlarge or reduce the image to export when you select the index image display. Any device that is not recognized by the photo frame is displayed in gray and you cannot select it.
Deleting an image
Press MENU when an image is displayed on the screen.
Repeat this operation to delete multiple images at the same time. To cancel the selection, select images to cancel and then press to delete the check mark in the check box. 2 Press MENU. The delete confirmation screen is displayed.
Press v/V to select [Search] and then press. Press v/V to select the criteria you want and then press.
[Search by date]: Filters by the date. [Search by folder]: Filters by the folder. [Search by vertical/horizontal]: Filters by the image orientation. [Search by mark]: Filters by the mark.
Press v/V to select the item you want and then press.
Specifying the playback device
You can specify a memory card to be displayed.
Adjusting the image size and position
Enlarging/reducing an image
You can enlarge or reduce an image in single view mode.
Press B/b to select the device) tab.
The screen used for selecting a device is displayed.
To enlarge an image, press (zoom in) on the remote control. To reduce an enlarged image, press (zoom out).
Each press of the button enlarges the image further. You can enlarge an image to a maximum of 5 times the original scale. You can move an enlarged image up, down, left, and right.
Tip Insert the device at this point during the procedure if the device you want to use cannot be selected.
Press v/V to select the device you want to display and then press.
The images of the selected device are displayed.
Tips You can also use the MENU button on the photo frame. The search is cancelled automatically when you change the playback device during a search.
About crop and save The screen currently displayed is saved as it was trimmed after you press B/b/v/V to move the enlarged image and then press the MENU button. You can select [Save as new image] or [Overwrite] by pressing the MENU button when the image is enlarged or reduced. Press v/V to select the method used to save the image. If you select [Save as new image], the image is saved as a new image. If you select [Overwrite], the image is overwritten. A confirmation screen is displayed when you select [Overwrite]. Press v/V to select [Yes] and then press to save the image. Press again when the confirmation screen is displayed after saving is finished.
Notes Enlarging an image may reduce the quality depending on the image size. It is not possible to enlarge an image using the buttons on the photo frame.
Rotating an image
Press ROTATE ( control. ) on the remote
Tips The information used to rotate the image is retained even after the power is turned off. You can rotate the image of the index image display.
Each press of the button rotates the image 90 degrees counter-clockwise.
Operate from the menu of the photo frame
Press MENU in single display mode.
(Editing) Advanced operations
Press v/V to select [Rotate] and then press.
The Rotate menu is displayed.
Press v/V to select the direction to rotate and then press.
: Rotates the image 90 degrees clockwise. : Rotates the image 90 degrees counterclockwise.
Press v/V to select [OK] and then press.
Note An enlarged image cannot be rotated.
Changing the settings of the auto power on/off function
You can use the timer function to turn the photo frame on or off automatically when the photo frame is turned on.
Set the time setting.
1 Press v/V to select [Auto power ON/
OFF] and then press press.
2 Press v/V to select [Enable] and then 3 Set the auto on/off timer.
Press v/V to select [Auto power ON/ OFF] and press.
The screen used for setting a value for [Auto power ON/OFF] is displayed. When using DPF-A72/E72, you can set the auto power function on [Simple] mode only, so skip to step 5.
Press v/V to set the time you want. AM or PM is displayed on the right of the screen when you select [12 hours] on the time display setting. 4 Set the auto ON/OFF day. Press v/V to select the day you want to use this function and then press to check. Press v/V to select [OK] and then press. [Advanced] (DPF-D72 only)
Press v/V to select [Simple] or [Advanced] and then press (DPF-D72 only)
[Simple]: Sets the auto power ON/OFF function finely in one minute increments. [Advanced]: Sets the auto power ON/OFF function according to a day of the week by one hour units.
1 Press B/b/v/V to select the time you
want to use the auto power on/off function. You can set this function according to a day of the week by one hour units. The color of the selected time zone changes to blue after you press. The power supply of the photo frame will be turned on when the blue time zone time occurs. The color of the selected time
zone changes to gray, after you select the blue time zone and then press. The power supply of the photo frame is turned off while it is in the gray time zone.
Tip The power is turned off automatically at the time you set for [Auto power OFF] when you are using the photo frame. The power is turned on automatically at the time you set for [Auto power ON] during the standby mode. 2 Press B/b/v/V to select [OK].
Changing the settings
You can change the following settings. Slideshow Settings Auto power ON/OFF Date/time settings General Settings (Listing Order, Sony logo ON/OFF etc,.) Language setting Initialize
Note Only internal memory can be formatted.
Press v/V to select the item you want to change and then press
Tip You can also use the MENU button on the photo frame.
The setting screen of the selected item is displayed.
For example, when [Slideshow Settings] is selected.
This enables you to set each of the items (page 45).
Note When the photo frame is, for instance, displaying a slideshow, some settings of some items cannot be changed. They are displayed in gray and cannot be selected.
Connect the photo frame to the AC power source. (.page 18) Connect the computer and photo frame with a commercially available USB cable.
To connect a computer to the picture frame, your computer must satisfy the following recommended system requirements.
Recommended OS: Microsoft Windows Vista SP1/Windows XP SP3/Windows 2000 Professional SP4 Port: USB port
To USB B connector
Recommended OS: Mac OS X (10.4 or later) Port: USB port
Notes If multiple USB devices are connected to a computer or if a hub is used, a problem may occur. In such a case, simplify the connections. You cannot operate the photo frame from another USB device being used simultaneously. Do not disconnect the USB cable during data communication. Operation with all computers that satisfy the recommended system requirements is not guaranteed. The photo frame has been demonstrated as operable when connected to PC or Sony digital photo printer. When other devices are connected to the photo frame, these devices may not recognize the internal memory of the photo frame. Computer To USB connector
Note Use a B-Type USB cable that is less than 3 meters long.
Turn the photo frame to ON. (.page 20) When the [AutoPlay] window appears on the computer display, click [Open folder to view files].
If the [AutoPlay] window does not appear, click [Computer (My Computer)] in the Start menu, and then open the removable disc.
Move the cursor in this window and right click, and then click [New] [Folder].
Name this new folder. In this manual, the folder name sony is used as an example.
Disconnecting your computer
Disconnect the USB cable or turn the photo frame to OFF after disconnecting it from your computer.
on the Task Tray.
Click (USB Mass Storage Device) t [Stop]. Click [OK] after checking the drive you want to remove.
Double click to open this sony folder. Open the folder that contains the image files you want to copy, and then copy the image files by using drag-and-drop.
Notes When saving images from a computer in the internal memory, make a folder in the internal memory and save the images in this folder. If you do not make a folder, you can only save up to 512 images. In addition, the number of images may be reduced depending on the file name length or character type. A particular image may not be displayed in order of the shooting date on the index image display, etc as the information on the shooting date may have been changed or lost when you edited or saved that image file on a computer. When images from the computer are saved in the internal memory of the photo frame, the image files are saved without being compressed. As a result, fewer images may be able to be saved to the internal memory of the photo frame. Image files made or edited on a computer may not be displayed. Image files set to Read Only on a computer cannot be deleted on the photo frame. Cancel Read Only before saving image files from a computer on the photo frame.
Symptom The file name is not displayed properly.
Did you rename the file with c If you named or renamed the file on your a computer or other device? computer and the file name includes characters other than alphanumeric characters, the file name may not be able to be displayed properly on the photo frame. Also, for a file created on a computer or other device, a maximum of ten characters from the beginning of the file name can be displayed.
Note Only alphanumeric characters can be displayed.
Blank areas appear Is the image extremely tall or c If an image is extremely tall or wide, at the top and wide? blank areas may appear because of the bottom. ratio between the height and width.
Saving and deleting images
Symptom Cannot save an image. Check item Is the memory card writeprotected? Cause/Solutions c Cancel write-protection and try saving again.
Is the write-protect switch of c Slide the write-protect switch to the the memory card in the enable position. [LOCK] position? Is the memory card full? c Replace the memory card with one with sufficient free space. Or, delete any unwanted images. (.page 36) c Delete any unwanted images. (.page 36) c If you do not make a folder, you can only save up to 512 images. In addition, the number of images may be reduced depending on the file name length or character type. When you save images in the internal memory from a computer, be sure to make a folder in the internal memory and save the images in this folder.
Is the internal memory full? Did you save images from a computer to the internal memory without making a folder in the internal memory?
Symptom Cannot delete an image.
Check item Is the memory card writeprotected?
Cause/Solutions c Use the device you are using to cancel write-protection and try deleting again.
Is the write-protect switch of c Slide the write-protect switch to the the memory card in the enable position. [LOCK] position? Are you using a Memory Stick-ROM? Is this image protected? c It is not possible to delete an image from or format a Memory Stick-ROM. c Check the image information from the single view mode. (.page 28) c An image with a mark is set to Read Only. You cannot delete it on the photo frame. c An image cannot be recovered once it is deleted.
An image was deleted accidentally.
Symptom Nothing happens even if you operate the photo frame. Check item Cause/Solutions c Push the reset switch on the back of the photo frame using a long, thin object such as a pin, etc. (.page 12) c Turn off and then on the power. (.page 20)
Symptom Check item Cause/Solutions c Replace the battery. (.page 14) c Insert a battery. (.page 14) c Insert a battery in the proper orientation. (.page 14) c Point the top end of the remote control towards the remote sensor on the photo frame. (.page 14) c Remove any obstruction between the remote control and the remote sensor. Nothing happens Is the battery inserted in the even if you operate remote control properly? the remote control.
Be careful not to set or drop any heavy objects on the power cord, or to damage the power cord in any way. Never operate this photo frame with a damaged power cord. Should any solid object or liquid fall into the cabinet, unplug the photo frame and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further. Never disassemble the photo frame. To disconnect the power cord, pull it out by the plug. Never pull the power cord itself. When the photo frame is not going to be used for an extended period of time, disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet. Do not handle the photo frame roughly. To reduce the risk of electrical shock, always unplug the photo frame from the electrical outlet before cleaning and servicing the photo frame.
while it is connected to the wall outlet via the AC adaptor. Be sure to use the AC adaptor supplied with the photo frame. Do not use other AC adaptors, as this may cause a malfunction. Do not use the supplied AC adaptor for other devices. Do not use an electrical transformer (travel converter), as this may cause overheating or a malfunction. In case the cord of the AC adaptor is damaged, do not use it any longer, as this may be dangerous.
On moisture condensation
If the photo frame is brought directly from a cold location to a warm location or placed in an extremely warm or humid room, moisture may condense inside the unit. In such cases the photo frame will probably not work properly and may even develop a fault if you persist in using it. If moisture condensation occurs, unplug the AC power cord of the photo frame and do not use the photo frame for at least one hour.
Avoid placing the photo frame in a location subject to: vibration humidity excessive dust direct sunlight extremely high or low temperatures Do not use electrical equipment near the photo frame. The photo frame will not work properly in electromagnetic fields. Do not place heavy objects on the photo frame.
Notes on use
Do not insert more than one Memory Stick at the same time, or this may cause trouble with the photo frame. If you use a Memory Stick Micro with the photo frame, the Memory Stick Micro needs to be inserted into an M2 adaptor. If you insert a Memory Stick Micro into the photo frame without an M2 adaptor, you may be unable to remove the Memory Stick Micro. If you insert a Memory Stick Micro into an M2adaptor, and insert the M2 adaptor into a Memory Stick Duo adaptor, the photo frame may not operate properly. When you format a Memory Stick, use the format function of your digital camera. If you format a Memory Stick with your computer, images may not be displayed properly. When you format a Memory Stick, all the data including protected image files will be erased. To avoid erasing important data by accident, make sure to check the contents of the Memory Stick before formatting. You cannot record, edit, or delete data if you slide the write-protect switch to LOCK. Do not attach any other material than the supplied label on the labelling position. When you attach the supplied label, be sure to attach it to the labelling position. Be careful that the label does not stick out.
The photo frame has been demonstrated as operable with an SD memory card with a capacity of 2 GB or smaller. Some commercially available card adaptors have projected terminals on the back. This type of adaptor may not work properly with the photo frame. The photo frame has been demonstrated as operable with an SDHC memory card with a capacity of 32 GB or less. The photo frame has been demonstrated as operable with an MMC standard memory card with a capacity of 2 GB or less.
Data reading/recording that requires copyright protection cannot be performed.
With the xD-Picture Card slot of the photo frame, you can use an xD-Picture Card*5. Not all the memory card operations are supported and we do not guarantee proper operations for all types of xD-Picture Card.
The photo frame has been demonstrated as operable with an xD-Picture Card with a capacity of 2 GB or less.
The CompactFlash card slot of the photo frame allows you to use the following (DPF-D72 only): CompactFlash Memory Card (Type I/ Type II) and CF+Card (Type I/Type II)compatible CompactFlash Card*6 Microdrive You can also use the Smart Media card by using a commercially available CompactFlash card adaptor*7. However, we do not guarantee proper operations for all types of CompactFlash cards.
Use a CompactFlash card with a power specification of 3.3V or 3.3V/5V. You cannot use a type for 3V or 5V only. Do not insert other types of CompactFlash card into the photo frames insertion slot. The photo frame may be damaged. The photo frame has been demonstrated as operable with a CompactFlash with a capacity of 32 GB or smaller. When using a commercially available CompactFlash card adaptor, refer to the operating instructions of the adaptor you use for how to install the card and adaptor. When using a CompactFlash card adaptor, a write-protected card may not work properly.
Data processed with the computer may not be displayed with the photo frame. When you carry or store a card, put it in the case supplied with it. Do not touch the terminal of a card with your hand or a metal object. Do not strike, bend or drop a card. Do not disassemble or modify a card. Do not expose a card to water. Do not use or store a card under the following conditions: Locations beyond the required operational conditions including locations such as the hot interior of a car parked in the sun and/ or in the summer, the outdoors exposed to direct sunlight, or a place near a heater. Humid locations or locations with corrosive substances present Locations subject to static electricity or electrical noise
Notes on using a memory card
When using a card, make sure to check the correct insertion direction of the card and the correct insertion slot. When inserting the memory card, it will only insert part of the way, so do not try to force it, as this could damage the memory card and/or photo frame. Do not remove a card or turn off the photo frame while the photo frame is reading or writing data, or the access indicator is flashing. Otherwise, data may be rendered unreadable or be erased. We recommend that you save a backup of important data.
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LCD screen LCD panel: 7.0 inches, TFT active matrix Total number of dots: DPF-D72: 1,152,000 (800 3(RGB) 480) dots DPF-A72/E72: 280,800 (480 3(RGB) 234) dots Display aspect ratio DPF-A72/E72/D72: 15:9 Effective display area DPF-A72/E72: 6.6 inches DPF-D72: 7.0 inches LCD backlight life 20,000 hours (before brightness of the backlight is reduced to half) Input/Output connectors USB connector (TypeB, Hi-Speed USB) Slots Memory Stick PRO (Standard/Duo)/ SD memory card/MMC/ xD-Picture Card slot CompactFlash card/Microdrive slot (DPF-D72 only) Compatible image file formats JPEG: DCF 2.0 compatible, Exif 2.21 compatible, JFIF*1 TIFF: Exif 2.21 compatible BMP: 1, 4, 8, 16, 24, 32 bit Windows format RAW (preview only*2): SRF, SR2, ARW (2.0 or lower version) (Some image file formats are not compatible.) Maximum number of pixels that can be displayed 8,000 (H) 6,000 (V) pixels*3
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