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Digital Photo Frame
LVF-PF72S
User Guide
Thank you for purchasing our 7" Digital Photo
Frame. You can play your favorite photos (JPEG
fi le) directly from a memory card or a USB fl ash
drive without a computer. Read the following
instructions for more details.
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Safety Information
A. Thumbnail Mode
1. Press MODE/
• Keep away from water, moisture and dust.
enter Thumbnail mode.
• Ambient Temperature should be 0~40°C. Do not
2. Press LEFT or RIGHT button to select the
store the unit in hot or cold areas.
photo you wish to play, then press SEL./
• Do not drop the unit or give a strong impact.
button.
• Do not try to disassemble the unit by yourself.
Note:
• Connect the AC adapter to the DC5V jack and to
the wall outlet.
• Use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer only.
• When left unused for a long period of time, the unit
3. The slideshow starts with the photo selected.
should be unplugged from the wall outlet.
Note 1: Refer to Setup Menu in this user guide for
Warning: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock,
do not expose the unit to rain, moisture and water.
Note 2: Press MODE/
Caution: Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance
B. Rotation
could void the user's authority to operate the
equipment.
Auto Rotation
• In the initial setting of the unit, Auto Rotation
FCC NOTICE
is set to ON in Setup menu. Landscape or
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
portrait display of a photo will be automatically
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
switched according to the unit orientation.
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference,
If the horizontally placed unit is rotated left
and (2) this device must accept any interference
by 90 degrees, the photo will automatically
received, including interference that may cause
rotate by 90 degrees clockwise. If the vertically
undesired operation.
placed unit is rotated right by 90 degrees, the
Canadian ICES-003 Information
photo will automatically rotate by 90 degrees
counterclockwise.
This class B digital apparatus complies with
Note 1: When the unit is placed horizontally, Auto
Canadian ICES-003.
CE
This set complies with the EMC Directive 2004/108
and with the LVD Directive 2006/95.
Product Overview (Figure 1)
1
LEFT/
(Previous)
7
SD/MMC/MS/xD
button
slot
Note 2: The photo will be scaled down to an
8
USB port
2
RIGHT/
(Next)
button
*Supports a USB
3
DOWN/
(Brightness)
ash drive only.
button
9
DC5V jack
Manual Rotation
*Each press of the
10
Stand receptacle
• Press LEFT or RIGHT button to select the
button will adjust the
*For attaching the
photo you wish to rotate in the slideshow, then
brightness level.
supplied stand.
press UP/
(Rotate) button
11
Power switch ON/
4
UP/
clockwise.
MODE/
(Stop) button
OFF
5
Note 1: Each press of UP/
6
SEL.(Select) /
(Play/
12
Wall-mounting
Pause) button
holes
Note 2: Manual Rotation can be also set in the
Attaching the Stand (Figure 2)
Note 3: All the rotation effects will be cancelled
1. Inser t the round end of the stand into the
receptacle.
Clock & Calendar Setting (Figure 8)
2. Rotate the stand to the direction as shown in
Figure until it is fixed tightly in position.
Caution:
Note: The unit can be placed horizontally or
Once power is switched off, the set time and
calendar will be reset, because there is no
vertically for a landscape or portrait display.
battery back up in this unit.
Mounting the Photo Frame on Wall
(Figure 3)
A. Viewing the Clock & Calendar
1. Press LEFT or RIGHT button to select
1. Remove the stand from the unit.
"Clock & Calendar" in the main menu and press
2. Place the mounting holes of the unit on the wall
SEL./
screws (not supplied) as shown in Figure.
2. Pressing SEL./
Note: Take care when installing it. It may cause
Clock, Calendar and photos of a memory card.
damage or serious injury should it fall from
3. Press MODE/
its mountings.
main menu.
Connecting to the Power (Figure 4)
B. Setting Clock & Calendar
1. Connect one end of the supplied AC adapter
1. Press LEFT or RIGHT button to select
(DC5V/1.5A) to the unit, and the other end to
"Setup" in the main menu, then press SEL./
the wall outlet.
button.
2. Switch the power on ( to the position "I") to turn
2. Press UP or DOWN button to select "Clock &
on the unit.
Calendar" and then press SEL./
Setting the Time
Removing and Installing the
3. Press UP or DOWN button to select "Set The
Changeable Frame (Figure 5)
Time", and press SEL./
A.Removing the Changeable Frame
Time" window will appear on the screen.
Release all the hooks in the edge of the
4. Press LEFT or RIGHT button to select Hour,
changeable frame by pulling up the changeable
Minute, Second or AM/PM and set the time by
frame using your fingers.
pressing UP or DOWN button.
B.Installing the Changeable Frame
5. Press LEFT or RIGHT button to select "OK"
1. Hold the changeable frame and place it on the
and press SEL./
unit.
Setting the Date
2. Press the changeable frame for all the hooks to
3. Press UP or DOWN button to select "Set The
be fixed in place.
Date", and press SEL./
N o w t h e c h a n g e a b l e f r a m e i s i n s t a l l e d
Date" window will appear on the screen.
successfully.
4. Press LEFT or RIGHT button to select Year,
Month or Day and set the calendar by pressing
Inserting a Memory Card or a
UP or DOWN button.
USB Flash Drive (Figure 6)
5. Press LEFT or RIGHT button to select "OK"
• This unit can play only JPEG format.
and press SEL./
1. Insert your memory card into the memory card
6. To leave the Setup menu, press MODE/
slot according to the orientation marked on the
button again.
back of the unit.
Editing Files in the Internal Memory
(Figure 9)
Caution: Do not insert "Memory Stick Duo" or
"Memory Stick Pro Duo" into the unit. In case
A. Copying Photos from a Memory Card
of using them, be sure to attach "Memory Stick
or a USB Flash Drive
Adapter" in order not to have a trouble to
1. Press LEFT or RIGHT button to select
remove it from the unit.
in the main menu, and press SEL./
Then "Edit Dialog" window will appear.
2. Insert a USB flash drive to the USB port.
2. Press LEFT or RIGHT button to select "Copy",
Note: This unit can display photos in either a
then press SEL./
memory card or a USB flash drive at a
Sub-menu.
time. If a USB flash drive and a SD/MMC/
3. Press UP or DOWN button to select a file, then
MS/xD card are inserted in the unit at the
press SEL./
same time, files in the USB flash drive will
to copy.
be displayed. If you want to display files in
Note 1: Press SEL./
a SD/MMC/MS/xD card, remove the USB
flash drive from the unit.
Note 2: To deselect the file, press SEL./
Viewing Photos and Slide Shows
(Figure 7)
Note 3: Repeat the above step 3 to select some
Note: Displaying photos bigger than 480 x 234
pixels will take longer time for loading.
Note 4: The internal memory can store about 45
1. Press LEFT or RIGHT button to select
"Photo" in the main menu, then press SEL./
button to confirm.
4. Press RIGHT button and then LEFT button to
2. The slideshow starts.
select "Save", then press SEL./
3. To pause the slideshow, press SEL./
button.
5. The file is now saved in the internal memory.
Press SEL./
button again to restar t the
6. To exit Edit mode, press LEFT or RIGHT button
slideshow.
to select "Exit", then press SEL./
B. Deleting Photos in the Internal
button during the slideshow to
Memory
1. Press LEFT or RIGHT button to select
in the main menu, and press SEL./
Then Edit Dialog window will appear.
2. Press RIGHT button to select "Delete", then
If the thumbnail has more than one page,
press SEL./
move the cursor to the last photo and
3. Press LEFT or RIGHT button to select a photo,
press RIGHT/
button to go to the next
and press DOWN button to select "Delete", then
page. Move the cursor to the first photo
press SEL./
and press LEFT/
button to return to the
button to deselect "Delete".
previous page.
Note 1: To delete all, press DOWN button and
press RIGHT button to select "Delete All",
then press SEL./
the slideshow settings.
button to deselect "Delete All".
button again to return to
Note 2: Press MODE /
the main menu.
main menu.
Viewing Files in the Internal
Memory (Figure 10)
1. Press LEFT or RIGHT button to select
"Favorites" in the main menu, then press SEL./
button.
2. The slideshow will star t from the internal
memory.
3. Press MODE /
Mode.
4. Press LEFT or RIGHT button to select the
photo you wish to play, then press SEL./
button.
5. The slideshow starts with the photo selected.
Rotation only works by rotating the unit
to left by 90 degrees. Rotating the unit to
Setup Menu
right will not have any response. When
1. Press MODE/
the unit is placed vertically, Auto Rotation
2. Press LEFT or RIGHT button to select
only works by rotating the unit to right by
"SETUP" in the main menu, then press SEL./
90 degrees. Rotating the unit to left will
button.
not have any response.
3. Press UP or DOWN button to select an item in
the Setup menu, and press SEL./
appropriate size to fit in the height or
button to go to the Sub menus as shown in the
width of the unit if the photo orientation is
below table.
different from its original one.
4. Press UP or DOWN button to select a setting,
then press SEL./
5. To leave Setup menu, press MODE /
again.
button to rotate by 90 degrees
OSD menus
Interval Time
button will rotate the
photo by 90 degrees clockwise.
Thumbnail mode.
Transition
when returning to the main menu.
12/24 Hour
Fomat
Clock & Calendar Set The Time
Contrast
OSD Language
button.
button will switch between
Panel
Auto Rotation
button again to return to the
Reset
Exit Setup Mode
*
Select "Original" to display photos in their
original aspect ratios. Black bands appear on
left and right sides of the screen in landscape
view, or top and bottom of the screen in portrait
view. Select "Full Screen" to display photos in
button.
full screen size.
** Selecting Reset will restore the initial settings.
(The initial settings are marked by squares in
button, then "Set
the above table.)
Specifi cations
Display
View Area
button to set it.
Brightness
Contrast
button, then "Set
Stand
Memory Card Slot
I/O Ports
Internal Memory
button to set it.
Supported File
Format
AC Adapter
"Edit"
button.
Dimensions
button to enter the
Weight
button to select photos you wish
button on the selected
folder to enter the Sub-menu.
button
Accessories
again on the selected file.
files and the selected files will be
highlighted.
photos in case each photo is less than 32
megapixels.
button.
button.
Troubleshooting
No power
"Edit"
• Check if the AC adapter is plugged into the wall
button.
outlet.
• Make sure there is power to the wall outlet.
Unable to view photos
button to enter the Edit mode.
• T h i s u n i t i s d e s i g n e d t o s h o w p h ot o s i n
standard JPEG format following the camera
industry standard. Some images in non-standard
button to delete it. Press UP
JPEG format such as web images, scanned
images or photos in R AW format taken by
professional cameras cannot be displayed in
the unit correctly. Please use PC applications to
button. Press UP
convert such images into standard JPEG format.
• Check if using compatible memory cards.
button to return to the
If photo display is slow
• Use lower resolution photo.
Notes
button to enter the Thumbnail
button to enter the main menu.
or RIGHT
to set it.
button
Sub menus
5 Sec., 15 Sec. , 30 Sec., 1 Min.,
5 Min., 30 Min., 1 Hour, 4 Hours,
12 Hours, 1 Day
No Effect, Random ,
Cover Up, Cover Down,
Uncover Left, Push Right,
Wipe Up, Wipe Down
12H , 24H
Set The Date
-4, -3, -2, -1, 0 , +1, +2, +3, +4
English , French,
German, Italian,
Spanish, Portuguese,
Dutch, Polish
Full Screen, Original*
On , Off
Confi rm**
7" colour TFT LCD panel
480 X 234 pixels, 16:9 aspect
ratio
150 cd/m²
150:1
Detachable
SD/SDHC/MMC/MS/MS Pro/
xD
DC-in / USB 2.0 port
A b o u t 4 5 p h o t o s c a n
be stored (in case each
p h o t o i s l e s s t h a n 3 2
megapixels).
JPEG (up to approx. 144
megapixels)
Input: 100-240V ~50/60Hz
0.4A
For EU users only
Output: 5V / 1.5A
Approx.
Your SANYO product is designed and manufactured
with high quality materials and components which
206 x 139 x 33 mm
can be recycled and reused. This symbol means
(W x H x D)
that electrical and electronic equipment, at their
(Without Detachable Stand
end-of-life, should be disposed of separately from
and Changeable Frame)
your household waste. Please dispose of this
Approx.
equipment at your local community waste collection/
337g
recycling centre. In the European Union there are
(Without Detachable Stand
separate collection systems for used electrical and
and Changeable Frame)
electronic products. Please help us to conserve the
environment we live in!
AC adapter
Detachable stand
Manufacturer and Address
White changeable frame
SANYO Electric Co., Ltd.
(Attached to the unit)
5-5, Keihan-hondori, 2-chome, Moriguchi City
Osaka, Japan
User Guide
Authorized Representative and Address
6 bonus static stickers
SANYO FISHER Sales(Europe) GmbH
Stahlgruberring 4,D-81829 Munich, Germany
Trademark Information
SD™ is a trademark.
2009/3/18
2009/3/18
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