Jessops’ frame costs much less than anything made by the big brands. However, unlike other budget digital photo frames we’ve seen, it has a high quality screen with an 800x600 resolution. Its colours were a little lacking in vibrancy, and its punchy contrast came at the expense of clipped highlights and shadows.
However, Jessops has taken the unusual step of including image controls. By reducing the Contrast and boosting the Color settings, we were able to bring image quality up to a standard that beat frames costing four times as much. There’s no sign of skimping in terms of features. Memory card support is comprehensive, although Memory Stick Pro Duo cards practically disappear inside the slot and are hard to retrieve. Photos are resized as they’re copied from a card, and with 2GB internal memory, there’s room for around 15,000 of them.
We couldn’t find a way to copy large batches without selecting them one by one, though. It’s possible via a PC over USB, but this bypasses the resizing function. Converter Iso Em Xbee.