No real color picture, looks like an undeveloped negative, ghost
Wolverine model f2d, when I save the photos to the sd card and try to see them on the computer, the pictures come out as negitives? dark colors are white and the other way around. What I'm trying to say is I don't get a real color picture! It looks like an undeveloped negative.
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Re: no real color picture, looks like an undeveloped...
The pictures are indeed negative.
When scanning negatives or transparencies make sure you have the scanner set to the appropriate setting, otherwise simply Invert the colors in Photoshop, or similar photo editing software.
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In Windows, click on Start/Computer. A window opens showing all the drives connected to the computer. Under "removable drives" locate the SD card. Hover your mouse pointer over the SD card icon and it should tell you how much free space is on the card. If necessary, delete some photos or other data to make more space available so you can add the photos you want. If there's already plenty of space, try formatting the SD card in either ex-FAT or NTFS format. Then try copying the photos again. If the SD card does NOT in appear in removeable drives then the SD card may be faulty. Try a different SD card.
Take the memory card out of your camera and look at it. SD and SDHC cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the metal contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card.
This works when using memory cards or USB flash drives. Turn on the frame. Insert card/flash drive. Screen should come up asking if you want to add photos to internal memory. You will have 15 seconds to respond. "No" will be highlighted. Press "left" (<) arrow button to highlight "yes". Press "OK" button. Frame will begin importing all photos on the card/flash drive.
I looked at the specs of the photo frame and it looks like it does not have an internal memory. This would mean that you must buy a additional SD Card to put your photos on to display on the frame. The number of photos you can display thus depends on the size of the SD Card.
The number of photos that can fit on a SD card is also dependent on the quality of the photos. A good refference woud be the following: 4Gb SD card can hold about 1100 photos at 8 Megapixel quality.
Sorry I can't solve this problem, I have the same problem too I suggest you contact the support team at verbatim, smartdisk has been taken oveck of or no support.. try emailing your question to firstname.lastname@example.org I am just doing this now.