Sony has added to new models to their S-Frame digital photo frames, the Sony DPF-D80 with an 8-inch LCD and the Sony DPF-D100, with a 10 inch LCD display. Sony's new digital photo frame models feature a high quality SVGA resolution (800 x 600 pixels) and is the first amongst Sony's Digital photo frames to offer a 4:3 aspect ratio. This new aspect ratio allows you to display your photos without borders, making full use of the 8 or 10 inch LCD screen.
The Sony DPF-D80 and the DPF-D100 also has an advanced image processing feature that can quickly display images even those with 48 megapixel resolution or picture files that are 100MB. The Sony DPF-D80 and Sony DPF-D100 also has an internal 200MB of storage capacity but also supports most type of memory cards including: Memory Stick Pro, Pro Duo, SD Card, MMC, Compact Flash card, XD-picture card, and Microdrive. These models also support Jpeg and RAW picture file formats.
Other features of the Sony DPF-D80 and DPF-D100 includes an auto orientation sensor, which, like mobile phones with built-in accelerometer, can detect whether it has been placed vertically or horizontally and displays your pictures accordingly. Sony's new digital picture frames also offers up to 10 slideshow variations, a clock and calendar view, and two index modes. An auto power on/off feature is also included so that you can set it to automatically turn off at night and turn on in the morning so you can conserve energy. A remote controller is also included.
The Sony DPF-D80 digital picture frame is now available at all SonyStyle stores for $180 while the Sony DPF-D100 will be available in November for $280. You can check out more Sony Digital Photo/Picture Frame Reviews by clicking the link.