Written on: 17/03/2009 by MattBerry (1 review written)
I like the Kodak Easyshare EX1011, it smart and simple to use. I didn't like the software that came with it though, it took a long time to label my pictures, basically because I have so many.
Not being able to copy directly to the frame wasn't an issue because I put all my pictures on a SD card.
Overall it is a pretty nice frame. (read more)
Written on: 20/09/2008
Nice bezel, but bad wifi interface as I cannot copy files directly to the frame, need to use streaming. Overall very disappointed. (read more)
Written on: 19/08/2008 by harrismatrix 47
I was excited to get a photo frame I could hang on the wall, put pictures on my desktop computer & have them show up on the frame. Well, i tried the Kodak EasyShare EX1011 but i got, a large number of pictures, the frame won't display all the pictures, This is, of course, after spending a great deal of time i used to be success to fix it. any way it was exactly appropriate for small sized photographs. (read more)
Written on: 05/08/2008 by The Sandman (1 review written)
The Kodak EasyShare EX1011 is a good quality display making full use of the 480X800 capability. Certainly not like a monitor but then it is not usually going to be viewed from as close as a monitor. Ours sits on a sideboard so it is viewed from an average of 6 to 10 feet away and the resolution is great for that distance. Excellent colour balance in the photos. The built-in computer interface is a fascinating example of an appliance application. Good value - I would recommend it - and I... (read more)
Written on: 27/06/2008 by MichaelBlight (1 review written)
It was a gift, what can I say? I guess I will have to buy some carbon offsets to counter the fact that it is yet another electronic device that I don't really need. (read more)
Written on: 04/05/2008 by sickleban (1 review written)
Do not waste your time or money on the Kodak EasyShare EX1011 frame, or any other Kodak frames, as I would have to believe they are just as bad.
I purchased it primarily for the wireless capability, however the implementation of wireless on this frame is possibly the worst piece of engineering I've ever seen.
This was definitely not designed with usability in mind. I eventually turned off the wireless antenna and just stuck a 2GB flash card in it.
And even that works pretty poorly, per... (read more)
Written on: 14/04/2008
The Kodak EasyShare EX1011 clock function on my frame packed in after 4 weeks. Despite E Mails & phone calls on numerous occasions no one seemed to care. I returned my unit to Colchester where after 2 weeks it came back untouched! I have been told that a new unit will come to me...... but that will not compensate me for all the aggravation and hassle Kodak have caused.
If you want my advice go to a local store and buy a cheap unbranded digital frame.
We thought by buying an expensive unit... (read more)
Written on: 02/04/2008
Can any one tell me if I need to download the software to the Kodak EasyShare EX1011 frame before I can play the movie file. Can it be play if there is picture and movie file in the same memory card. I am not a computer wiz, instruction is not all that helpful. can't find step by step on line help at the kodak website either. I am please with the size of frame and the clear picture, it will be great if I can play the video file as well. I have been looking for photo frame for two years,... (read more)
Written on: 31/03/2008 by JB1440
The Kodak service centre is appalling. After 6 weeks our clock function stopped working. Despite letters, E mails, countless telephone calls to every call centre in the world we still have a duff Digital Picture Frame.
Even sending it back to their service centre in Colchester resulted in the same frame being sent back to me un touched!
If you buy one I hope you get a good one......
Regards JB (read more)
Written on: 02/02/2008
My big problem is the .mov files from the panasonic that freeze.
I tried converting them with [MP4Cam2AVI_v2.71] which imakes files that can be edited but no luck on the frame. Reducing the size with batch processer [Fotosizer.exe] allows virtually unlimited photos on a 2 gb card. The bulk rename utility [Bulk Rename Utility.exe] really comes in handy too. The above probrams are free and not crippled.
I do think it could use a better slide show like gphotoshow [not free but cheap] They... (read more)
Written on: 18/01/2008
I Would recommend Kodak Easyshare EX1011 to others. Brilliant colour. Easy to use. (read more)
Written on: 28/12/2007
No good points if the thing won't do as it's intented. If you can get this thing to work wireless then you`re a better man than me. My network works fine, it just doesn't recognise individual computers even though it connects to the router. WMP11 needed, but not everyone wants a Microsoft world.
Spent far too long trying to set up the impossible, should've known when it said Easyshare on the box. (read more)
Written on: 23/12/2007 by CoolElectron (1 review written)
The Kodak EasyShare EX1011 Digital Photo Frame kept error-ing out while attempting to upload a number of files. I don't know the exact number at which it would error, but the amount of memory used was only 36 of the 128 Megs available. I tried both using the EasyShare software that came with the product and by directly transferring through Window's folder but the same problem came up each time. I couldn't find any solutions on the Kodak website and the Live Chat left me hanging for 3... (read more)
Written on: 17/12/2007 by alybarber94 (1 review written)
Ideal gift for Grandparents. Can display pictures direct from the internet from Kodak Album through your wireless network. Pictures can be added from anywhere on the web into albums containing fifteen pictures .Will display pictures from a 4Gb SDHC mem card.Will display pictures from your computer Via a wireless network. (read more)
Written on: 19/05/2007 by breaklikethewind (1 review written)
I was excited to get a photo frame I could hang on the wall, put pictures on my desktop computer & have them show up on the frame. Well, the Kodak EasyShare EX1011 tries to do this, but as soon as you get a large number of pictures, the frame won't display all the pictures, or locks up entirely. This is, of course, after spending a great deal of time trying to figure out actually how to get the frame to see your pictures on the desktop computer at all. The manual is very skimpy.
Also, you... (read more)
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