Friday, November 20, 2009

Digital Camera Help - Digital Picture Frames

How does a digital photo frame work?

A digital picture frame is actually a very simple computer that only has the single task of displaying the media on your memory card. You take the memory card out of you camera and insert it in the digital photo frame and it will display you pictures for everyone to see.

Can I use my memory card in a digital picture frame?

Most digital photo frames have 5 in 1 (or more) memory card readers that accept different types of media cards. There are also frames out there that only read one type of memory card or media type. No matter what kind of memory card you use, there is a digital frame out there for you.

What kind of formats do digital photo frames read?

All brands are different so check the specs before you buy, but most read JPEG, MP4, DivX, AVI, MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4, MP3, WMA, and WAV.

Extras to check for before buying:

Remote Control
USB 2.0 connection
Display Size
AC adaptor included
Everyone loves their digital cameras so much and we have thousands (if not more) of photos on our computers just waiting to be looked at, so just about anyone with a digital camera will enjoy a digital photo frame.

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