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Philips Digital PhotoFrame • Do not use this product near strong electromagnetic sources, such as a microwave oven. The electromagnetic interference may cause this product to malfunction. • Do not drop or apply shock/vibration to this product. Strong impacts may damage the components inside.
Now you will be able to view your growing digital picture library in stunning clarity and share great memories with friends and family. To get the most out of your new Philips product, please read through this entire User Manual before use. Key features This PhotoFrame is equipped with the following features: Clear and bright display.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame What’s in the box Carefully open the packing box and ensure that you have the following items. 1. Digital PhotoFrame x 1 2. AC power adapter x 1 3. Magnetic remote control (with CR2025 lithium battery) x 1...
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Overview Right view No. Description Adjustable back stand "Step 1: Using the adjustable back stand" on page 12 for details. Power button Press the Power button to turn on/off the PhotoFrame. See "Step 2: Connecting to power" on page 14 Overview for details.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame No. Description USB port Allows for a USB flash drive. Play back photos stored in the inserted drive. • Copy photos from the inserted drive to the PhotoFrame. • "Step 6: Copying photos to internal memory" on...
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Rear view No. Description MENU button "Using the control buttons" on page 7 EZ Access button "Using the control buttons" on page 7 ESC button (ESCAPE button) "Using the control buttons" on page 7 Scroll wheel/OK button "Using the control buttons"...
Philips Digital PhotoFrame No. Description EZ Lock System You can use the EZ Lock Screws to lock or unlock the wooden frame. Wall mount hole (for landscape wall mounting) Allows you to hang the PhotoFrame horizontally on a wall. Wall mount hole (for portrait wall mounting) Allows you to hang the PhotoFrame vertically on a wall.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Using the control buttons Icon Overview Description ESC button (ESCAPE button) Cancels current operation and/or returns to the previous page. Scroll wheel/OK button • Press this button to enter or confirm your operation/selection. Scroll this button to the left to select the •...
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Using the remote control (These models only: SPF3480/G7, SPF3480X/G7, SPF3400/G7 and SPF3400C/G7) The supplied remote control is magnetic. With its magnetic backing, you can stow away the remote securely in the designated area shown below. The PhotoFrame has a built-in remote control sensor behind the paper matting.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame • Please remove the plastic strip under the battery before using the remote control for the first time. • The remote control is supplied with the SPF3480/G7, SPF3480X/G7, SPF3400/G7 and SPF3400C/G7 models only. Icon Turns unit on/off.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Icon EZ Access button Switches between Clock view and Slideshow view. ESC (Escape) Returns to the previous page and/or access menu page. RIGHT Moves right or moves to the next item. MENU Displays the pop-up menu. LEFT Moves to the left or moves to the previous item.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame 3. Insert the new battery into the holder. The battery must be placed with the positive charge facing upwards, as shown in the illustration below. 4. Slide the battery holder into the remote control. • Failure to replace the battery in the correct manner may damage the battery.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Getting started Step 1: Using the adjustable back stand 1. Gently pop out the back stand as shown below. EN - 12 Getting started...
Philips Digital PhotoFrame 2. To place the PhotoFrame horizontally or vertically, you can rotate the back stand by aligning the triangle mark with the rounded points (1 or 2). 3. Pull out the back stand and adjust accordingly to the preferred viewing angle.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Step 2: Connecting to power 1. Place the PhotoFrame on a flat surface. 2. Connect the power adapter as below (1), and press the Power button to turn on the PhotoFrame (2). • Power systems and plug types may vary depending on your country/region.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Step 3: First usage To help you get the most out of your PhotoFrame, we installed a video tutorial that automatically starts playing when you first turn on your unit. To cancel the looping video and start playing your own photos, press any of the buttons on the back.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame 3. Press , press press 4. Press and then press 5. Press Setting the date and time 1. In the main menu, press , and then press The Date and Time page appears. 2. Press to select a year, and then press the setting.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Step 5: Inserting a memory card/ USB flash drive You can turn on the PhotoFrame and play back the pre-installed photos in the internal memory with no memory card/USB flash drive inserted. To play back your own files, insert a compatible memory card or USB flash drive that contains supported files into the corresponding slot on the PhotoFrame as illustrated below.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Step 6: Copying photos to internal memory When inserting a memory card or a USB flash drive, you will be asked to copy all photos to the internal memory. If “Smart Copy” is set to “Resize” under “General Settings”, photos will be resized to the screen resolution when copied to the internal memory to optimize the storage capacity.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Step 7: Connecting the PhotoFrame to a computer You can connect the PhotoFrame to a computer using a mini USB cable (to be purchased separately) to easily manage the files in the internal memory of the PhotoFrame.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Step 8: Replacing the paper mat Your PhotoFrame may come with one or more bonus paper mats depending on your purchased model. You can replace the existing paper mat with the one supplied (if available). Follow the instructions below to replace the supplied paper mat.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame 4. Install the supplied bonus paper mat. 5. Install the PhotoFrame to the wooden frame, and secure the PhotoFrame by tightening the EZ Lock Screws to the “LOCK” position. EN - 22 Getting started...
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Using the main menu When you turn on the PhotoFrame, the main menu below appears. You can press menu, and then press No. Description Smart Energy Saver Allows you to select a power-saving option for the PhotoFrame.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame No. Description SLIDESHOW Allows you to display photos in slideshow. "Viewing photos" on page 37 PHOTO ALBUMS Allows you to manage your photos and sort them by using different albums. "Managing photos" on page 25 SETTINGS Allows you to configure the settings of the PhotoFrame.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Managing photos You can use the PHOTO ALBUMS menu to manage photos in the internal memory, memory card or USB flash drive. Manually copying photos to the internal memory In addition to the automatic “Smart Copy” feature (see you can manually copy photos from external storage devices to the internal memory and tag photos to an album.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame 4. If there are more than one page, you can press to go to the previous or next page to browse photos. (If not, skip this step.) 5. Press 6. Press select, and then press The selected photo will have a blue selection mark.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame 9. Select a default target album to copy and sort the photos into this specified album. Tagging photos to an album 1. In the main menu, press PHOTO ALBUMS, and then press The screen shows: the file source, including USB, Memory Card and •...
Philips Digital PhotoFrame 2. Press such as the Internal Memory album, and then press also select USB or Memory Card, if available.) The screen shows all the photos that are available in the internal memory. 3. If there are more than one page, you can press to go to the previous or next page to browse photos.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame 7. From the pop-up menu, press Tag It, then press 8. Select the destination album for the photos to be stored. Managing photos to select EN - 29...
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Removing photos from an album 1. In the PHOTO ALBUMS menu, press album from which you want to remove the photos, and then press The screen shows the photos in the album. 2. Press 3. Press select, and then press The selected photo will have a blue selection mark.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Managing photos by using the TIMELINE album In PHOTO ALBUMS, you can use the TIMELINE album to search for photos in the internal memory according to the time span specified. 1. In the PHOTO ALBUMS menu, press TIMELINE, and then press 2.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame 4. Press start playback. The photos taken in the time span you specified above will appear on the screen. Creating a new album 1. In the PHOTO ALBUMS menu, press up menu, and then press 2. In the Album Name field that appears, use the on-screen keyboard to enter a desired name.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Press • press Press • To add a space, press • Space, and then press • To delete your last input, press Back, and then press To complete your input, press • Done, and then press 3. Now the new album is created.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Deleting an album 1. In the PHOTO ALBUMS menu, press album that you wish to delete, then press 2. Select Delete Album, and then press Default albums including TIMELINE, Pre-installed Library, Uncategorize, Family, Friends and Vacation cannot be deleted.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame 5. From the pop-up menu, press Delete, and then press Rotating photos 1. In the PHOTO ALBUMS menu, press album, and then press 2. Press 3. Press select, and then press The selected photo will have a blue selection mark.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Applying photo effects 1. In the PHOTO ALBUMS menu, press album, and then press 2. Press 3. Press select, and then press The selected photo will have a blue selection mark. Repeat Step 3 to select more photos as desired.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Viewing photos 1. In the main menu, press SLIDESHOW, and then press The “USB” and “Memory Card” albums only appear when a USB flash drive and a memory card have been inserted to the PhotoFrame. 2. Press...
Philips Digital PhotoFrame 3. To configure slideshow settings, press pop- up menu. You can adjust the settings below. • Transition Effect: selects the transition effect you wish to apply to the slideshow. • Slideshow Interval: selects the slideshow interval between photos.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Running a slideshow by using the TIMELINE album 1. In the SLIDESHOW menu, press TIMELINE, and then press 2. In the pop-up screen, specify a time span to include the photos you wish to display in slideshow.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Using Smart Energy Saver The Smart Energy Saver power-saving options. 1. In the main menu, press , and then press ™ Saver 2. Press For details about the power-saving options, refer to the table below. Option Auto 50% EN - 40 ™...
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Option Auto 100% Save 20% Save 50% • Nighttime is defined as hours from 9:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.. • Daytime is defined as hours from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.. • Using Smart Energy Saver Using Smart Energy Saver™...
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Using CLOCK (EZ Access button) Selecting a clock skin The PhotoFrame provides various preloaded clock and calendar skins. To set a default clock skin to be displayed in Clock view, follow the steps below. 1. In the main menu, press CLOCK &...
Philips Digital PhotoFrame 3. Press 4. Press default. The default clock skin will be displayed when Switching between Clock view and Slideshow view You can press Slideshow view. • When switching from Clock view to Slideshow view, the PhotoFrame starts the slideshow that was running previously.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Using SCRAPBOOK Philips SCRAPBOOK feature provides a brand new user experience in enjoying photo slideshows. 1. In the main menu, press and then press 2. Press 3. Select an album that contains the photos you wish to display in...
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Using SETTINGS The SETTINGS menu allows you to configure the settings of the PhotoFrame. 1. In the main menu, press SETTINGS, and then press The Date and Time page appears. 2. Press Settings and Information pages. 3. Press to enter a page, and the first option in that page will be highlighted.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame 4. Press press 5. Press Date and Time page Item Date Time Mode Current Time Zone Second Time Zone EN - 46 again. When the < > marks appear in the field, to adjust the settings. to exit.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame General Settings page Item Brightness Smart Copy Smart Cropping Language Reset FW Upgrade Product Intro Using SETTINGS Option Description Allows you to select the level of screen brightness. Determines how photos are copied from the external storage devices to the internal memory when using the Smart Copy feature.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Information page Item Version Total Memory Free Memory EN - 48 Option Description Shows the current firmware version. Shows the total capacity of the internal memory. Shows the remaining capacity of the internal memory. Using SETTINGS...
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Frequently asked questions What memory card formats are compatible with the PhotoFrame? SD/SDHC, MMC, MS, MS PRO, MS Duo and xD are compatible with the PhotoFrame. For details, refer to "Compatible memory card formats" on page Why do some photos load faster than others? Higher resolution photos load slower.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Will the tagged photos be reset if I pull out the SD card? No. The Digital PhotoFrame (DPF) will write information into the MetaData of tagged photos. So the DPF will remember the photo's album categorization the next time the SD card is re- inserted to the unit.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Regulation and compliance Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Notice This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against interference in a residential installation.
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Appendix Specifications Specifications are subject to change without prior notice. For SPF3470X/G7, SPF3480X/G7 and SPF3400C/G7 only Model SPF3470X/G7 LCD type 7” Digital LCD Backlight type Aspect ratio 16:9 Screen 800 x 480 pixels 800 x 600 pixels 800 x 600 pixels...
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Model SPF3470X/G7 USB port USB Host (Type-A) x 1, HS 2.0 Mini USB port USB Device (Mini-B) x 1, HS Memory card 6-in-1 card slot slots IR receiver Input power AC100-220V Output power DC5V 1A Auto picture...
Philips Digital PhotoFrame For SPF3470/G7, SPF3480/G7 and SPF3400/G7 only Model SPF3470/G7 LCD type 7” Digital LCD Backlight type Aspect ratio 16:9 Screen 800 x 480 pixels 800 x 600 pixels 800 x 600 pixels resolution Brightness 200nits Built-in internal Approximately...
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Model SPF3470/G7 IR receiver Input power AC100-220V Output power DC5V 1A Auto picture rotation/angle switch Clock/Calendar Yes Back stand Yes, foldable Language English, French support and Spanish Plug & Play Windows 7/XP/ compatibility Vista/2000, Mac OS X...
Philips Digital PhotoFrame List of compatible memory cards Not all supported memory cards are included in the table below. For technical support, contact your nearest service center for assistance. Capacity miniSD TOSHIBA Kodak 32MB Canon 64MB 128MB Panasonic 256MB TwinMOS...
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Capacity miniSD Panasonic (SDHC Stargem Class 4) Panasonic (SDHC Class 2) SanDisk Transcend TOSHIBA A-DATA Panasonic APACER (60X) SanDisk Silicon Power (Ultima II 80X) Kingston (SDHC Class 6) A-DATA (SDHC Class 6) Silicon Power Transcend (SDHC Class 6)
Philips Digital PhotoFrame Capacity miniSD A-DATA (SDHC Class 6) Transcend (SDHC Class 6) Kingston (SDHC Class 6) Transcend 16GB (SDHC Class 6) 32GB EN - 58 Memory card formats microSD Kingston SanDisk TOSHIBA SanDisk (MS Pro Duo) SONY (MS Pro Duo...