Digital Foci Ships Image Moments 6 Digiframe

Oct 06, 2008 by John Messina weblog
Image Moments 6 Digiframe

The Digital Foci IMT-063 Image Moments 6 digiframe features a 5.7 inch 640 x 480 display with LED backlighting, two tone chrome finish, 450Mb of internal storage, support for memory cards, and USB 2.0 connectivity. The frame also plays back audio and video files.

With 450 Mb of internal storage, you can store over 3,000 photos and with the built-in memory card slots you can store additional photos, audio, and sound files. With the multiple cards slots you can use a large variety of memory cards. You can use CompactFlash, SD/HC card, MMC, Memory Stick, MS PRO, xD-Picture Card, and MS Duo/MS PRO Duo, all without needing an adapter.

With the auto-start feature you can play video, music and display photos automatically from internal memory as well as external memory cards. Files can be transfer to the digiframe either by USB 2.0 transfer or from external memory card.

With Image Moments 6 you can run photo slideshows with adjustable time intervals, and multiple photo transition effects. With auto picture display there is no need to worry about mixing portrait and landscape photos; you´re pictures will always be displayed correctly.

Image 6 file management features include, organize, copy, delete, and rename files. You can sort files by name or date, create new folders, copy between memory cards and internal memory.

Image Moments 6 multimedia formats include:

Image: JPG, BMP, TIFF, GIF, RAW image files from a wide selection of DSLR cameras
Audio: MP3, AAC, WMA, OGG, WAV
Video: MJPEG and MPEG-4SP

The Image Moments 6 will begin shipping on October 13, 2008. It is available for pre-order immediately at Digital Foci´s online store at for $149.

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