EFilm PicturePAD

Posted: Nov 11 2002, 3:03pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:36pm CDT , in Other Stuff


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eFilm PicturePAD

Delkin Devices eFilm PicturePAD (MSRP: $549.00) is designed for the traveling digital photographer and features a built-in color LCD screen for viewing photos and a high capacity hard drive (20GB) for storing them. The ultra-bright 1.8" color backlit LCD screen allows for image viewing instantly as well as presenting the operating menu for the unit. You can create your own custom slide shows, perform viewing functions such as zoom, pan, rotate, and pause as well as traditional file editing operations like copy, cut, paste, and delete.

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To optimize the display on the LCD screen, the built- in video jack allows the unit to connect directly to a TV or video monitor. Both international TV standards (PAL and NTSC) are supported, so the PicturePAD can be operated on practically any TV in the world. The rechargeable Lithium Ion 3.7V 1400mAh battery can power the unit for over 30 file transfers (based on a 64MB CF Card) and provide up to an hour of LCD viewing with a full charge.

The unit's hardware and software is designed to accommodate a number of new standards and peripherals such as a Printer Accessory, and connection devices for FireWire, USB 2.0, Ethernet, and MP3 music players.

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