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Direct image feed to digital Frame?

I will be shooting a lot of portraits in the ensuing year...I wish to feed these pics to a 15" (or so) digital photo frame for real time evaluation. Some pics will be for VIPs and it would be immensely easier that peering to a little LCD screen on my camera....which is a CANON Digital Rebel XTi.

What frames are able to accomplish this????

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I just did a fast lookup and heres one frame
http://www.onecall.com/ProductDetails.aspx?id=89172

You can take the memory card with the pictures out from your camera and insert it into the picture frame and instantly view all the pictures from the card on the picture frame.

Posted on Nov 18, 2008

  • Ekse Nov 18, 2008

    The pan150-B supports the memory card that you have in your camera and it should work instantly, plug and play, or plug and view in this case.

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