The PDN PhotoPlus Expo is set to begin tomorrow in NYC and tonight Sony jumped the gun with the announcement of two digital photo frames. The D10 (10-inch) and D8 (8-inch) frames have 800×600 resolution LCDs with a 4:3 aspect ratio. Each display is capable of exhibiting images that are up to 48 megapixels or 100MB and each frame has 200MB of on-board storage. You can transfer images over USB and they support JPEG and RAW (ARW, SR2, SRF) formats.
As is the case with any other digital frame on the market these frames from Sony accept SD (no SDHC support?), MMC, CF, Microdrive, xD and all of Sony’s proprietary memory cards. The frame can be displayed in portrait or horizontal mode and images adjust accordingly. A clock, calendar, 10 slide show variations and remote are included.
The D80 is available now for $180 and the D100 will be available in November for $280.