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  • Page 1 PhotoFrame Register your product and get support at 8FF3CDW 8FF3CME 10FF3CDW 10FF3CME 10FF3CMI User manual...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1 Important Safety Notice 2 Your Digital PhotoFrame Introduction What’s in the box Overview of your Digital PhotoFrame 3 Get started Install the stand Connect power Connect a storage device Turn on the PhotoFrame Select on-screen language 4 Use your Digital PhotoFrame Display photos Browse and edit photos in thumbnail mode Copy photos...
  • Page 3: Safety

    No components are user serviceable. Do not open or remove covers to the inside of the product. Repairs may only be done by Philips Service Centres and offi cial repair shops. Failure to do so shall void any warranty, stated or implied.
  • Page 4: End Of Life Disposal

    The FCC requires the user to be notifi ed that any changes or modifi cations made to this device that are not expressly approved by Philips Consumer Electronics may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Cables Connections to this device must be made with...
  • Page 5 From the planning, design and production stages, Philips emphasizes the important of making products that can easily be recycled. At Philips, end-of-life management primarily entails participation in national take-back initiatives and recycling programs whenever possible, preferably in cooperation with competitors.
  • Page 6: Introduction

    2 Your Digital PhotoFrame Congratulations on your purchase, and welcome to Philips! To fully benefi t from the support that Philips offers, register your product at www.Philips.com/welcome. Introduction With Philips Digital PhotoFrame, you can display digital photos in high quality. You can place it on a fl...
  • Page 7 • CD-ROM (Digital User Manual, Philips PhotoFrame Manager and its User Manual) • USB cable to PC* PhotoFrame PhotoFrame 8FF3CDW 8FF3CDW 8FF3CME 8FF3CME 10FF3CDW 10FF3CDW 10FF3CME 10FF3CME 10FF3CMI 10FF3CMI Quick start guide Quick start guide Connect Connect Install Install Enjoy Enjoy •...
  • Page 8: Overview Of Your Digital Photoframe

    Overview of your Digital PhotoFrame • Turn on/off the PhotoFrame • Display slideshow • Change display mode • Zoom in a photo / / / • Select the previous/next/right/left item • Crop photo • Adjust time/date d OK • Confi rm a selection •...
  • Page 9 • Slot for a USB fl ash drive • Slot for a USB cable to PC • Slot for a CF card SD/MMC/xD/MS/MS Pro Duo • Slot for an SD/MMC/xD/MS/MS Pro Duo card • Slot for an SD card l DC •...
  • Page 10: Get Started

    Use the controls only as stated in this user manual. Always follow the instructions in this chapter in sequence. If you contact Philips, you will be asked for the model and serial numbers. Find the model number and serial number of this PhotoFrame at the back or the bottom of your PhotoFrame.
  • Page 11: Connect A Storage Device

    Connect a storage device You can display photos in one of the following storage device: • Compact Flash type I • Secure Digital (SD) • Secure Digital (SDHC) • Multimedia Card • xD card • Memory Stick • Memory Stick Pro •...
  • Page 12: Select On-Screen Language

    • You can only turn off the PhotoFrame after all copy and save actions are complete. • Before you remove a storage device, always wait until all photos appear on the display. Select on-screen language You can set up the on-screen language. In the main menu, select [Setup] and press OK to confi...
  • Page 13: Use Your Digital Photoframe

    4 Use your Digital PhotoFrame Display photos In the main menu, select [Photos], then press OK to confi rm. » Available photo sources are displayed. Select a photo source and press OK to confi rm. Select an album and press OK to confi rm. »...
  • Page 14: Delete A Photo

    » To select all photos displayed on the screen, you can press OK for more than 1 second. » If the number of photos in the album is over 16, you can press / to move to the next/previous 16 photos. Press to access [Photo Menu] and manage the photo.
  • Page 15: Copy Photos

    Press OK to confi rm. Zoom and crop a photo In [Photo Menu], select [Zoom and Crop], then press OK to confi rm. Press to zoom in a photo. • Press to zoom out a photo. Press / / / to crop the photo. Press OK to confi...
  • Page 16 Select photos. Press to access [Photo Menu]. Select [Copy to] and press OK to confi rm. Select an album and press OK to start to copy. • When there is not enough memory to store more images, an error message appears. Copy photos to and from a PC/Mac Note •...
  • Page 17: Create And Manage Photo Albums

    • You can also copy photos from the PhotoFrame or a memory card on the PhotoFrame to a PC/Mac. • All photos processed and copied to the PhotoFrame may be resized for optimal display on the PhotoFrame and to save storage space. Create and manage photo albums Create an album...
  • Page 18: Create A Slideshow Album

    Delete an album Select an album. Press . Select [Default album] and press OK to confi rm. Select [Yes] and press OK to confi rm. Create a slideshow album In the main menu, select [Slideshow], then press OK to confi rm. Select [Slideshows] and press OK to confi...
  • Page 19 Rename a slideshow album In [Slideshow Menu], select [Rename Slideshow], then press OK to confi rm. » A keypad is displayed. Enter the new album name (up to 24 characters). • Select an alphabet and press OK to confi rm. •...
  • Page 20: Use More Of Your Digital Photoframe

    5 Use more of your Digital PhotoFrame Select slideshow sequence You can display the slideshow in sequence or randomly. In the main menu, select [Slideshow], then press OK to confi rm. Select [Slideshow sequence] and press OK to confi rm. Select [Sequential].
  • Page 21: Select Background

    Select [Multi] and press OK to confi rm. Select a layout. Press to select [Photo 1]. Press again to access the photo source options. Select a photo from a photo source. Repeat steps 5 to 7 until all photos are selected for the format.
  • Page 22: Adjust Brightness

    » If you select [Auto fi t], the PhotoFrame extends a photo to fi ll the screen with picture distortion. » If you select [RadiantColor], the PhotoFrame extends the colour on the edges of a photo that is smaller than the full screen to fi...
  • Page 23: Protect/Unprotect Content Of Memory Card

    Press OK to confi rm. Protect/Unprotect content of memory card You can enable the delete function on a storage device available on the PhotoFrame. To avoid deleting photos on a storage device, you can also disable the delete function on a storage device.
  • Page 24: Set An Event Reminder

    In [Setup]>[Options]>[Time and Date], select [Show clock], then press OK to confi rm. Press / to select: • [No clock] • [In slideshow] • [Both] Press OK to confi rm. Set an event reminder You can create a reminder for a special event, and you can also select a photo to be displayed at a selected time.
  • Page 25: Select A Reminder Photo

    Select a reminder photo You can select a photo for a reminder. Each event reminder activates the latest defi ned photo only. If there is no defi ned photo, the reminder takes the default Philips start up photo. Press to select [Setup]>[Options]>[Event Reminder]>a...
  • Page 26: Set Display Auto On/Off

    Press OK to confi rm. Set snooze Press and select [Setup]>[Options]>[Event Reminder]>[Snooze], then press OK to confi rm. Select one of the following options and press OK to confi rm. • [Off] • [10 Minutes] • [60 Minutes] • To cancel the snooze function, select [Off]. Set display Auto on/off You can confi...
  • Page 27: Set Demo

    • To have the PhotoFrame sleep at the set brightness of ambient lighting condition, select [Off - Set current]. • If the [On - Set current] brightness level is too close with the [Off - Set current] brightness level, the display Auto on/off function may not work.
  • Page 28: Ff3Cdw/10Ff3Cme/10Ff3Cmi

    Stand • Quick start guide • CD-ROM, including • User Manual • Philips PhotoFrame Manager (software and manual) Convenience • Card Reader: Built-in (3x) • Photo format supported: JPEG photo (Up to 10MB JPEG fi les, Up to 20 Megapixels) •...
  • Page 29: 8Ff3Cdw/8Ff3Cme

    • Consumption: (System on) 4.63 W • Power mode supported: AC powered Accessaries • AC-DC Adaptor • USB cable to PC • Stand • Quick start guide • CD-ROM, including • User Manual • Philips PhotoFrame Manager (software and manual)
  • Page 30: 7 Guarantee And Service

    7 Guarantee and service One Year Limited Warranty (for US and Canada only) Philips warrants that this product shall be free from defects in material, workmanship and assembly, under normal use, in accordance with the specifi cations and warnings, for a period of one year from the date of purchase.
  • Page 31: Frequently Asked Questions

    The PhotoFrame gives users the fl exibility to delete 3 photos and upload another 3 photos but protects only 1 original Philips photo (Philips brand with baby). The PhotoFrame gives users more fl exibility to delete all pre-load images via updating fi rmware.
  • Page 32 This is done to prevent the PhotoFrame from being formatted by PC. You can still upload photos into internal memory via other memory cards. Why the photos distort? If the format of picture is different as the PhotoFrame (for example,if you set “auto fi t” on the PhotoFrame, a 4x3 photo input into a (16x9) PhotoFrame may distort.
  • Page 34 © 2008 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All rights reserved.