Digital Photo Frame (DPF) with wireless and wide viewing angle? I had my heart set on a Sungale 15” DPF with wifi
, but when I viewed one in-store, the screen was far more sensitive to viewer head position than the norm (both height and sideways angle), which is terrible for a DPF. Is there anything similar which uses a non-sucky screen, and how can I know, given that I can’t view it personally before buying? [more inside]
posted by -harlequin-
on Mar 3, 2008 -
Can someone with a canon powershot SD400 walk me through the steps I need to take to delete all the pictures on my SD card?
Bonus Question: Is there something I can do to reset the camera to it's default settings? [more inside]
posted by andoatnp
on Oct 27, 2007 -
Why are the lcd numerals in digital clocks and other such displays at an angle, as opposed to straight up-and-down?
posted by luftmensch
on Mar 20, 2006 -
After searching Google and the archives of AskMe, I've come across some great suggestions and ideas for making digital photo frames
. From what I can determine, however, all of these require a computer
of some kind built into the frame. Supposing one only has a laptop screen? Specifically, the screen from an old ThinkPad with a blown motherboard
. Could I connect the monitor to my network somehow? Hook it up to some special circuit board designed for just this sort of thing?
posted by aladfar
on Nov 3, 2005 -
When taking photos with my digital camera (Canon Powershot A75) images often look great on the LCD and then not-so-great when I actually get them onto my computer. Most notably, when taking B&W photos in relatively low-light they will look fantastic on the LCD and then just BLACK on my computer. I can usually make the image sort-of useable by photoshoping the levels, but then it gets real grainy. Is there anything that I can do to get a more accurate preview from the LCD or do I just have to accept the fact that it lies? Tips on dealing with this? [more inside]
posted by TurkishGolds
on Apr 12, 2005 -