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  • Page 1 Register your product and get support at www.philips.com/welcome User manual PhotoFrame SPF5008 SPF5208 SPF5010 SPF5210 SPF7008 SPF7208 SPF7010 SPF7210...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Overview of your PhotoFrame (SPF5010/SPF5210/SPF7008/ SPF7208/SPF7010/SPF7210) 3 Get started Install the stand Connect power Turn on/off the PhotoFrame Transfer from a storage device Transfer by Philips PhotoFrame Manager (SPF7008/SPF7208/ SPF7010/SPF7210) Transfer from PC (SPF5008/ SPF5208/SPF5010/SPF5210) 4 Play Play photos Play video...
  • Page 3 13 Appendix Send photos from your mobile phone with Bluetooth connection 14 Glossary Please visit www.philips.com/welcome where you can access a full set of supporting materials such as user manual, the latest software updates and answers to frequently asked questions.
  • Page 4: Important

    Warranty No components are user serviceable. Do not open or remove covers to the inside of the product. Repairs may only be done by Philips Failure to do so shall void any warranty, stated or implied. Any operation expressly prohibited in...
  • Page 5: Ce Declaration Of Conformity (Spf7008/Spf7208/Spf7010/Spf7210)

    From the planning, design and production stages, Philips emphasizes the importance of making products that can easily be recycled. At Philips, end-of-life management primarily entails participation in national take-back...
  • Page 6: North Europe Information (Nordic Countries)

    ® The Bluetooth word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Philips is under license. Third party software This product contains wpa_supplicant software that is licensed subject to the following conditions: Copyright ©...
  • Page 7 EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS...
  • Page 8: Your Photoframe

    2 Your PhotoFrame Congratulations on your purchase, and support that Philips offers, register your product at www.philips.com/welcome. Introduction With your PhotoFrame, you can enjoy: Digital photo Home video MP3 music as background (SPF5008/SPF5208/SPF7008/SPF7208/ SPF7010/SPF7210) Theme clock the wall for a continuous play.
  • Page 9 CD-ROM, including Digital User Manual (SPF7008/SPF7208/SPF7010/ SPF7210) Philips PhotoFrame Manager (Software and User Manual) USB cable (not supplied to SPF5010/ SPF5210) PhotoFrame PhotoFrame Quick start guide Quick start guide Get started Get started Play Play Setup Setup Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 10: Overview Of Your Photoframe (Spf5008/Spf5208)

    Overview of your PhotoFrame (SPF5008/ SPF5208) Turn on/off the PhotoFrame b RESET Restore the system Slot for a USB cable to PC Slot for a CF card SD/MMC/xD Slot for an SD/MMC/xD card h DC j Stand hole k Wall mounting hole l Speaker MS/MS Pro Duo Slot for an MS/MS Pro Duo card...
  • Page 11 Access the home screen Access the quick menu Access option menu c Zoom in/out Zoom in an image Switch modes: Album mode = thumbnail mode = slideshow mode = zoom in 2 times = zoom in 4 times Zoom out an image Switch modes: Album mode + thumbnail mode + slideshow mode + zoom out 2 times + zoom out...
  • Page 12: Overview Of Your Photoframe (Spf5010/Spf5210/Spf7008/ Spf7208/Spf7010/Spf7210)

    Overview of your PhotoFrame (SPF5010/ SPF5210/SPF7008/SPF7208/ SPF7010/SPF7210) Turn on/off the PhotoFrame b RESET Restore the system Slot for a USB cable to PC SD/MMC/xD/MS/MS Pro Duo Slot for an SD/MMC/xD/MS/MS Pro Duo card g DC Kensington lock i Stand hole j Wall mounting hole k Speaker Slot for a CF card...
  • Page 13 Access the home screen Access the quick menu Access option menu c Zoom in/out Zoom in an image Switch modes: Album mode = thumbnail mode = slideshow mode = zoom in 2 times = zoom in 4 times Zoom out an image Switch modes: Album mode + thumbnail mode + slideshow mode + zoom out 2 times + zoom out...
  • Page 14: Get Started

    Always follow the instructions in this chapter in sequence. If you contact Philips, you will be asked for the model and serial number of this apparatus. The model number and serial number are on the back of the apparatus. Write the numbers here: Model No.
  • Page 15: Turn On/Off The Photoframe

    Connect the power cord to a power supply socket. Turn on/off the PhotoFrame Note You can only turn off the PhotoFrame after all copy and save actions are complete. Press and hold for more than 1 second. » The language selection menu is displayed.
  • Page 16 SPF5010/SPF5210/SPF7008/ SPF7208/SPF7010/SPF7210 An option menu is displayed. Select [Transfer], and then tap OK to » select [Yes] and then tap OK To select some of photos or video/ OK to select photos or video/music transfer operation. Select a destination album on the PhotoFrame, and then tap OK to »...
  • Page 17: Transfer By Philips Photoframe Manager (Spf7008/Spf7208/ Spf7010/Spf7210)

    SPF7010/SPF7210. Caution Do not disconnect the PhotoFrame from the PhotoFrame and the PC. Note Ensure that Philips PhotoFrame Manager is installed on your PC. Connect the supplied USB cable to the PhotoFrame and to a PC. » Philips PhotoFrame Manager starts automatically.
  • Page 18: Transfer From Pc (Spf5008/ Spf5208/Spf5010/Spf5210)

    If Philips PhotoFrame Manager does not start automatically, you can double click its icon on the desktop of your PC to start it. You can also drag and drop photos from the PhotoFrame to a PC. Transfer from PC (SPF5008/SPF5208/...
  • Page 19: Play

    4 Play Play photos Note You can play JPEG or progressive JPEG photos on the PhotoFrame. In the home screen, select [Play] and then tap OK » slideshow mode. » are played with background music by default. In slideshow mode: thumbnail mode, tap .
  • Page 20: Play Video

    To resume slideshow mode, tap OK. and the selected photo is displayed in full screen. In slideshow mode, you can also manage the photo displayed. In slideshow mode, tap . » An option menu is displayed. Select an option, and then tap OK to If [Slideshow Photo Only] is enabled, video Play video Note...
  • Page 21: Play Background Music

    During video play: To view the album in which the slideshow video is saved, tap To adjust volume, tap To pause/resume play, tap OK. For fast forward, fast swipe the right- left slider to the right. 1 time: 2X fast forward 2 times: 4X fast forward 3 times: normal speed During fast forward, tap OK to...
  • Page 22: Display A Theme Clock (Spf5008/Spf5208/Spf7008/ Spf7208/Spf7010/Spf7210)

    Display a theme clock (SPF5008/SPF5208/SPF7008/ SPF7208/SPF7010/SPF7210) Note Ensure that you have installed a theme clock in your PhotoFrame. You can also download latest theme clocks from www.philips.com/support, in the coming future. In the home screen, select [Theme Clock] and then tap OK...
  • Page 23 Select [Show Current], and then tap OK To select and install another theme clock: Download a theme clock and save it in an SD card before you install it. Insert the SD card into the PhotoFrame. In [Theme Clock] menu, select [Select Other] and then tap OK Select a theme clock, and then tap OK to »...
  • Page 24: Browse And Manage Photos/Video Or Albums

    5 Browse and manage photos/ video or albums or album in album ode. You can also browse and manage photos in thumbnail mode. album mode In the home screen, select [Browse] and then tap OK » album mode. Select an album, and then tap the album.
  • Page 25 » The photo is added to the album. In album mode, select a photo and then tap . » An option menu is displayed. Select [Copy], and then tap OK to Select a storage device and a destination album, and then tap OK [Favorites] In album mode, select a photo and then tap .
  • Page 26: Rotate A Photo

    In album mode, select a photo and then tap . » An option menu is displayed. Select [Delete], and then tap OK to » Select [Yes], and then tap OK Rotate a photo In album mode, select a photo and then tap .
  • Page 27: Select A Photo Effect

    Select [Rotate], and then tap OK to Select an option, and then tap OK to Select a photo effect In album mode, select a photo and then tap . » An option menu is displayed. Select [Photo Style], and then tap OK to Select an effect, and then tap OK to...
  • Page 28: Group Photos By Name/Date

    Group photos by name/date In album mode, select a photo and then tap . » An option menu is displayed. Select [Group By], and then tap OK to Select [Name] / [Date], and then tap OK » If you group photos by name, photos are displayed alphabetically in an ascending order from top left to bottom right (1, 2, ...
  • Page 29 Tap / / / and OK to select photos. to access the option menu. from the Favorites album In the album mode, select the [Favorites] album and them tap then tap . » An option menu is displayed. In the option menu, select [Remove from favorites] and then tap OK »...
  • Page 30: Manage An Album

    Manage an album In the home screen, select [Browse] and then tap OK » Photos are displayed in album mode. Select an album, and then tap . » An option menu is displayed. » If the [Favorites] album is selected, a different option menu is displayed.
  • Page 31: Rename An Album

    To switch between uppercase and lowercase, select [a/A] on the displayed keypad and then tap OK to When the name is complete, select [Enter] and then tap OK Rename an album Note Ensure that albums are grouped by name. In the option menu, select [Rename] and then tap OK »...
  • Page 32: Show Date/Time In Slideshow

    6 Show date/time in slideshow In the home screen, select [Extra] and then tap OK Select [Calendar], and then tap OK to Select [Month] / [Week] / [Clock], and then tap OK [Month] [Week]...
  • Page 33 [Clock] To play slideshow without date/time shown, select [Off] and then tap OK In calendar mode:You can tap access the option menu to manage the photo displayed.
  • Page 34: Create A Reminder

    7 Create a reminder Note Ensure that you set time and date correctly on the PhotoFrame. In the home screen, select [Extra] and then tap OK Select [Reminder], and then tap OK to Select [<Create New>], and then tap to set the date and month of the reminder, and then tap OK »...
  • Page 35: Edit A Reminder

    » A preview message is displayed. » To select background music for the reminder photo, tap the music icon and then tap OK to Select [Finish], and then tap OK to Edit a reminder In the home screen, select [Extra] and then tap OK Select [Reminder], and then tap OK to Select a reminder, and then tap .
  • Page 36: Slideshow Setting

    8 Slideshow setting Select a transition effect In the home screen, select [Settings] and then tap OK Select [Slideshow], and then tap OK to Select [Transition Effect], and then tap Select a slideshow effect, and then tap Select background You can select a background border color for photos that are smaller than the PhotoFrame display.
  • Page 37 Select [Background Color], and then tap Select [RadiantColor] / a background colour/ [Auto Fit], and then tap OK to » If you select [RadiantColor], the PhotoFrame extends the color on the edges of a photo that is smaller than black bars or aspect ratio distortion. »...
  • Page 38: Display Collage Photos

    display slideshow mode. In the home screen, select [Settings] and then tap OK Select [Slideshow], and then tap OK to Select [File Type], and then tap OK to To display photos and videos in slideshow mode, select [Photo + Video] and then tap OK To display only photos in slideshow mode, select [Photo Only] and then...
  • Page 39 Select [Collage], and then tap OK to Select a collage format, and then tap OK To stop collage display, select [Settings] [Slideshow] [Collage] then tap OK [Single] and...
  • Page 40: Other Settings

    9 Other settings Use the quick menu In the quick menu, you can access directly to some most-frequently used settings. In the home screen, press . » The quick menu is displayed. Select an option, and then tap OK to Select an on-screen language In the home screen, select [Settings] and then tap OK...
  • Page 41 Select [Brightness], and then tap OK to To adjust the brightness automatically, select [Smart Brightness] and then tap Select [On], and then tap OK » The brightness of display is adjusted To adjust the brightness manually: In the [Brightness] menu, select [Manual Adjust] and then tap OK Tap / to adjust brightness, and then tap OK...
  • Page 42: Set Time/Date

    Set time/date In the home screen, select [Settings] and then tap OK Select [Time and Date], and then tap OK Select [Set Time] / [Set Date], and then tap OK Tap / / / to adjust minute/hour/day/ month/year, and then tap OK Set time/date format In the home screen, select [Settings] and then tap OK...
  • Page 43: Smart Power Setting

    Select [Time and Date], and then tap OK Select [Set Time Format] / [Set Date Format], and then tap . Select a format, and then tap OK to Smart Power setting With Smart Power function on the the PhotoFrame to turn on or off the display automatically.
  • Page 44: Specify Brightness To Auto On/Off

    Select [Set on Timer] / [Set off Timer], and then tap OK Tap / / / to set time, and then tap Specify brightness to auto on/off In the home screen, select [Settings] and then tap OK Select [Smart Power], and then tap OK Select [Lighting], and then tap .
  • Page 45: Hibernate Your Photoframe

    To specify the brightness to auto off, select [Off] and then tap OK to Tap / to adjust brightness sensor, and then tap OK To switch off Smart Power function: In the [Smart Power] menu, select [Off] and then tap OK When the ambient light reaches the set auto on/off level and lasts about 10 seconds, the Smart Power (Lighting) function takes effect.
  • Page 46: Set Auto Orientation

    After the selected period, your PhotoFrame hibernates. To get your PhotoFrame out of hibernation, press Set Auto Orientation You can play photos in the correct orientation depending the horizontal/vertical orientation of the PhotoFrame. In the home screen, select [Settings] and then tap OK Select [Auto Orientation], and then tap Turn on/off button sound...
  • Page 47: Protect/Unprotect Content On A Storage Device

    Select [Set Beep], and then tap OK to Select [On] / [Off], and then tap OK to Protect/Unprotect content on a storage device You can enable the delete function on a storage device available on the PhotoFrame. To protect you can disable the delete function on a storage device.
  • Page 48: Set Demo

    Set Demo Note The demo function is only effective during photo slideshow. In the home screen, select [Settings] and then tap OK Select [Demo], and then tap OK to Select [On], and then tap OK » The demo function is activated. Bluetooth (SPF7008/SPF7208/ SPF7010/SPF7210) Note...
  • Page 49: Set Bluetooth Pin Code

    Select [Setup], and then tap OK to Select [Bluetooth On], and then tap OK To set off Bluetooth connection, select [Bluetooth Off] and then tap If Bluetooth connection on your PhotoFrame is enabled, the Bluetooth icon on the top-right corner of the screen. Photos obtained via Bluetooth connection are saved in the Bluetooth album.
  • Page 50: View Information Of The Photoframe

    Select [Pin Code], and then tap OK to » A key pad is displayed. Select a number, and then tap OK to Repeat Step 5 until the pin code is complete. Select [Enter], and then tap OK to To set the pin code on, select [Pin Code On] and then tap OK To set the pin code off, select [Pin Code Off] and then tap OK to...
  • Page 51: Rename The Photoframe

    Rename the PhotoFrame In the home screen, select [Settings] and then tap OK Select [Info], and then tap OK to Select [Friendly Name], and then tap OK » A key pad is displayed. To enter the name (up to 24 characters), select an alphabet/number and then tap To switch between uppercase and lowercase, select [a/A] on the...
  • Page 52 Select [Reset], and then tap OK to Select [Yes], and then tap OK » Select [Yes], and then tap OK » All settings on the PhotoFrame are set to factory default.
  • Page 53: Upgrade The Photoframe

    Caution Do not power off the PhotoFrame during upgrade. If there is a software update, you can download the latest software from www.philips.com/ support to upgrade your PhotoFrame. The earlier software is unavailable online. Visit www.philips.com/support. Search for your PhotoFrame and go to the software section.
  • Page 54: Product Information

    11 Product information Note Product information is subject to change without prior notice. Picture/Display (H)/110° (V) Lifetime, to 50% brightness: 20000 hr Aspect ratio: 4:3 Panel resolution: 800 x 600 Brightness (typical): 220 cd/m² Contrast ratio (typical): 300:1 Photo format support: JPEG photo (maximum: 8000 x 6000 pixel resolution) Progressive JPEG photo (maximum:...
  • Page 55 USB cable (not supplied to SPF5010/ SPF5210) Stand Quick start guide CD-ROM, including User Manual (SPF7008/SPF7208/SPF7010/ SPF7210) Philips PhotoFrame Manager Convenience Card Reader: Built-in Photo format supported: JPEG photo (maximum: 8000 x 6000 pixel resolution) Progressive JPEG photo (1024 x 768...
  • Page 56: Frequently Asked Questions

    12 Frequently asked questions Is the LCD screen touch-enabled? The LCD screen is not touch-enabled. After you turn on the PhotoFrame, you can use the touch boarder on the front panel to control the PhotoFrame. Can I use the PhotoFrame to delete photos on a memory card? Yes, it supports operations to delete photos on external devices such as a memory card.
  • Page 57: 13 Appendix

    Activate Bluetooth feature on your mobile phone. Pair your mobile with the PhotoFrame. » Your Philips PhotoFrame is searched. If a pin code is required, enter the pin code (0000 by default) of the PhotoFrame. Send photos from your mobile to the PhotoFrame.
  • Page 58: 14 Glossary

    14 Glossary Aspect ratio Aspect ratio refers to the length to height ratio of TV screens. The ratio of a standard or wide TV is 16:9. The letter box allows you to enjoy a picture with a wider perspective on a standard 4:3 screen.
  • Page 59 Picture Experts Group 1 (or MPEG-1) Audio Layer 3. With the MP3 format, one CD-R or CD-RW can contain about 10 times more data than a regular CD. MPEG Motion Picture Experts Group. A collection of compression systems for digital audio and video.
  • Page 60 © 2008 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All rights reserved. UM_V2.1...