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Philips SPF3010C/G7 User Manual

Digital photoframe 26.4 cm (10.4") 4:3 multimedia black
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  • Page 1 SPF3010C/G7 Digital PhotoFrame User Manual www.philips.com/welcome...
  • Page 2: Safety Instructions

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Copyright ©2009 Koninklijke Philips N.V. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system or translated into any language or computer language, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, magnetic, optical, chemical, manual or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Philips.
  • Page 3 Philips Digital Photo Frame Do not drop or apply shock/vibration to this product. Strong ■ impacts may damage the components inside. Do not insert objects other than compatible memory cards into ■ the memory card slots of this product. The metal contacts inside the slots can easily become damaged by foreign objects.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Table of contents Key features........1 What’s in the box.
  • Page 5 Philips Digital Photo Frame Source mode ........26 File mode .
  • Page 6: Key Features

    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...
  • Page 7: What's In The Box

    Philips Digital Photo Frame 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 4.
  • Page 8: Identifying The Parts

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Identifying the parts Left view No. Description CF memory card slot Allows for a CompactFlash (CF) card. You can play back picture/music files stored in the inserted card, or copy picture/music files from or to the inserted card. See "Inserting a memory card"...
  • Page 9 Philips Digital Photo Frame No. Description 5-in-1 memory card slot Allows for an SD Memory Stick xD-Picture Card picture/music files stored in the inserted card, or copy picture/music files from or to the inserted card. See "Inserting a memory card" on page 13 USB port Allows for an USB flash drive.
  • Page 10: Rear View

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Rear view No. Description Control buttons Use the control buttons to operate the PhotoFrame. See "Using the control buttons" on page 6 Hanging slot (for landscape wall mounting) Allows you to hang the PhotoFrame horizontally on a wall without extending the adjustable foot stand.
  • Page 11: Using The Control Buttons

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Using the control buttons No. Button Description Identifying the parts 1 23 4 5 6 7 Clock button Press this button to switch between ■ Slideshow view and Clock view. Press this button to switch between Collage ■...
  • Page 12: Using The Remote Control

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Using the remote control Please remove the plastic film under the battery before using the remote control for the first time. No. Description ON/OFF Press this button to turn on/off the screen backlight and music. SETUP Press this button to access the Setup mode.
  • Page 13 Philips Digital Photo Frame No. Description ZOOM OUT Press this button to zoom out the selected picture in Single view. LEFT/PREVIOUS Moves left/moves to the previous item. ROTATE Press this button repeatedly to rotate the selected picture clockwise in Single view each time by 90 degrees.
  • Page 14 Philips Digital Photo Frame No. Description ZOOM IN Press this button to zoom in the selected picture in Single view. OK/PLAY BACK or PAUSE Press this button to confirm a selection, start or pause slideshow/music playback. RIGHT/NEXT Moves right or moves to the next item.
  • Page 15: Replacing The Remote Control Battery

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Replacing the remote control battery 1. Press the locking tab to the right. 2. Pull out the battery holder. 3. Insert the new battery into the battery holder. The battery must be placed with the positive pole facing upwards, as shown in the illustration below.
  • Page 16: Getting Started

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Getting started Using the adjustable foot stand Pop out the back stand as shown and adjust the length of the back stand so the PhotoFrame can stand up right. • It is recommended to place the PhotoFrame horizontally, because this direction provides the best viewing and operating experience.
  • Page 17: Connecting To Power

    • To turn off the PhotoFrame, slide the power switch to the “OFF” position. Playing back preloaded videos Your Philips Digital PhotoFrame comes with a preloaded Video Library that has 3 video clips, Monterey Bay Aquarium Jellies, Warm Hearth and Forest Waterfall. Upon turning on the PhotoFrame, playback of the preloaded videos starts with no memory card inserted.
  • Page 18: Inserting A Memory Card

    Philips Digital Photo Frame • The preloaded videos have copy protection and cannot be duplicated to any other device. • To erase the videos from the PhotoFrame will permanently remove the videos as well as the Video Library mode from the main menu.
  • Page 19: Compatible Memory Card Formats

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Compatible memory card formats Memory card formats Secure Digital (SD microSD/microSDHC (A card adapter is required.) miniSD/miniSDHC (A card adapter is required.) MultiMediaCard ™ Memory Stick MS PRO Duo (A card adapter is required.) xD-Picture Card CompactFlash •...
  • Page 20: Copying Files To Internal Memory

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Copying files to internal memory When the PhotoFrame is turned on and a memory card (or USB flash drive) has been inserted, the following screen appears automatically. To copy all the pictures contained in the inserted memory card ■...
  • Page 21: Operating The Photoframe

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Operating the PhotoFrame After turning on the PhotoFrame, you can use the supplied remote control or use the control buttons to operate the PhotoFrame. Press any button on the remote control to bring up the On- ■...
  • Page 22: Basic Operations

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Basic operations Setting the Date and Time 1. When the PhotoFrame is turned on, playback of the preloaded videos in the Video Library starts automatically (if no memory card has been inserted). 2. Press any button to bring up the OSD toolbar.
  • Page 23: Selecting A Mode

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Selecting a mode In the main menu, press modes: Photo, Music, Video Library, Collage, Calendar, File, Source and Setup. Displaying the clock The Clock view provides four skin types of clock display. Press twice to display the Clock view. When in Clock view, press to select a desired type.
  • Page 24: Photo Mode

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Photo mode The Photo mode allows you to view pictures that are stored in the PhotoFrame (including Internal Memory and Favorite), in a memory card or in the inserted USB flash drive. The PhotoFrame supports the JPEG (*.jpg) and BMP (*.bmp) file formats.
  • Page 25: Selecting A Picture

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Selecting a picture 1. After you enter the Photo mode, you will enter Thumbnail view with your stored pictures displayed in 9 thumbnails per page. Press see. 2. To view the selected picture in full screen, press Single view.
  • Page 26: Playing A Slideshow

    Philips Digital Photo Frame 1. When in Single view, press 2. Press repeatedly to zoom in the selected picture. 3. When the OSD toolbar disappears, press to move to a particular area you want to see. Playing a slideshow 1. When in Single view, press 2.
  • Page 27: Music Mode

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Music Mode The Music mode allows you to listen to music files that are stored in the PhotoFrame (including Internal Memory and Favorite), in a memory card or in the inserted USB flash drive. Slideshow (or...
  • Page 28: Video Library Mode

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Video Library mode The Video Library mode provides 3 preloaded videos, Monterey Bay Aquarium Jellies, Warm Hearth and Forest Waterfall, stored in the internal memory. Press press to start video playback. If you wish to release more space from the internal memory, you can delete the video files from the File mode.
  • Page 29: Collage Mode

    Philips Digital Photo Frame 2. In File mode, press and press files. 3. Press to open the file edit menu. Select Delete and press to delete the selected file(s). To confirm the action, select OK and press Collage mode The Collage mode allows you to play back pictures in slideshow with various themes of Collage effects.
  • Page 30: Switching Between Collage View And Clock View

    Philips Digital Photo Frame To pause playback in Collage view, press press twice will start playback in normal Slideshow view (without any Collage effect). Switching between Collage view and Clock view When in Collage view, you can press between Collage view and Clock view. When in Clock view, press to select a desired clock type.
  • Page 31: Source Mode

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Press press Please go to “Time Setup” under the “Setup” mode to set the Calendar. Source mode The Source mode allows you to select the source of the pictures or music to be played back on the PhotoFrame. Press Card: displays the picture/music files stored in the inserted ■...
  • Page 32: File Mode

    Philips Digital Photo Frame File mode Before using the File mode, select the source of files from the Source mode first. Refer to The File mode allows you to view the information of the files stored in the PhotoFrame (including Internal Memory, Favorite and preloaded Video Library), in the inserted memory card or in the inserted USB flash drive, such as the file size.
  • Page 33: Copying/Deleting The Files

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Copying/Deleting the files 1. Select a file to edit and press Repeat this step to select more files. 2. Press to open the file edit menu. Select Delete to delete the selected file(s). Press ■ confirm or cancel the action.
  • Page 34: Setup Mode

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Setup mode The Setup mode allows you to adjust settings on slideshow, display, time, Collage effect, Clock skin, OSD languages, startup and factory default settings. Collage view/ Clock view toolbar Setup options menu EN - 29...
  • Page 35: Options In The Setup Mode

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Options in the Setup mode Smart Energy Saver Selects a power-saving mode for your PhotoFrame: Off: disables the Smart Energy Saver feature. ■ Auto Sched 50%: enables the Smart Energy Saver feature. ■ When enabled, the PhotoFrame reduces 50% screen backlight level automatically during 9:00 p.m and 7:00 a.m.
  • Page 36: Time Setup

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Time Setup Sets up current date, time, alarm time and on/off schedule for alarm and “on/off timer”. If you enable “on/off timer” when the PhotoFrame is powered on, the PhotoFrame will power off automatically according to the “off”...
  • Page 37: Frequently Asked Questions

    Service and Warranty 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 specifications and warnings, for a period of one year from the date of purchase.
  • Page 38: Regulation And Compliance

    Philips Digital Photo Frame 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.
  • Page 39: Appendix

    Philips Digital Photo Frame Appendix Specifications Specifications are subject to change without prior notice. Item Screen Size Aspect Ratio Panel Interface Supported Memory Card Formats Supported Flash Drive Supported Image File Format Supported Music File Format USB Port Mini USB Port USB 1.1/2.0...
  • Page 40 Philips Digital Photo Frame Item Calendar Feature Philips Clock Feature Smart Energy Saver Feature Foot Stand Playback Mode Full Screen browse, Slideshow view, Language Support Color Adjustment (Gamma/Color Correction) Brightness Adjustment Contrast Adjustment Auto Rotation (with built-in tilt sensor) EN - 35...
  • Page 41: List Of Compatible Memory Cards And Usb Drives

    Philips Digital Photo Frame List of compatible memory cards and USB drives Not all supported memory cards are included in the table below. For technical support, contact your nearest service center for assistance. Capacit miniSD Panasonic Toshiba Panasonic 16MB SanDisk...
  • Page 42 Philips Digital Photo Frame Capacit miniSD Transcend SanDisk Apacer 60X PhotoFast Panasonic Ultra Panasonic class 4 Kingston RiDATA Panasonic A-DATA Panasonic SanDisk Toshiba Silicon Power 80X Panasonic Stargem class 2 Transcend Apacer 60X RiDATA EN - 37 Memory card formats...
  • Page 43 Philips Digital Photo Frame Capacit miniSD A-DATA (SDHC) Silicon Power class 6 Kingston RiDATA SanDisk Toshiba (SDHC) Transcend Transcend (SDHC) Toshiba (SDHC) Transcend (SDHC) A-DATA (SDHC) SanDisk Apacer Kingston Transcend 16GB class 6 32GB Appendix Memory card formats microSD SanDisk...
  • Page 44 Capacity 16MB Nikon 32MB Kodak 64MB Kodak PQI Hi-Speed 128MB Kodak Transcend 256MB Transcend A-DATA 80X Transcend 133X SanDisk Ultra II Kingston Elite Pro High Speed RiDATA 233X TOPRAM 16GB Transcend 133X CF memory card/USB flash drive Transcend JF110 A-DATA MY FLASH Transcend JF130 A-DATA A-DATA MY FLASH...
  • Page 45 Philips Digital Photo Frame <Memo> Appendix EN - 40...
  • Page 46 Philips Digital Photo Frame ©2009 Koninklijke Philips N.V. All rights reserved. P/N: 4J.0SW16.001 EN - 41 Appendix...

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