Sony has added a pair of new digital photo frames to its line with new 10-inch and 8-inch models called the DPF-D100 and DPF-D80. Both frames share the same 800 x 600 resolution and 4:3 aspect ratio. The 4:3 ratio makes photos appear larger than 16:9 according to Sony.
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The frames can display images up to 48MP or files up to 100MB in size. Internal memory is 200MB. Images can be read directly from memory cards including SD, CF, and Sony formats. Both JPEG and RAW image formats are supports and the frames have a sensor that detects landscape or portrait orientation and adjusts images. The frames will be available in November for $180 on the D80 and $280 on the D100.
"These digital photo frames offer a great way to enjoy and share photos," said Koba Kobayashi, marketing director for digital imaging accessories in the Digital Imaging Division at Sony Electronics. "Industry demand for digital photo frames is still growing, and consumers are looking for quality products from trusted brands like Sony."
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