15” Digital Photo Frame
User Manual
shintaro.com.au
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION / PACKAGE CONTENTS…......1
SPECIFICATION SUMMARY……..………………………..2
PHOTO FRAME INTRODUCTION…..…………………… 3
QUICK START……………………………………………… .4
OPERATION GUIDE…………………………………………4
OSD MENU ……...................……………………………....10
FAQ…………………………………………………………….11
Safety Information
● Keep away from water, moisture and dusty areas.
● Working temperature 0-40 0C. Never store in a hot or very
cold place.
● Be careful not to drop or knock the photo frame.
● Never try to open the case yourself, always seek technical
support.
● Connect the AC adaptor to both the DC IN jack and to the
power outlet. (mains socket)
● Only use attachments / accessories approved by the
manufacturer.
● When left unused for a long period of time, the unit should
be unplugged from the household AC outlet.
Warning: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not
expose to rain, moisture, dripping or splashing.
Package Contents
Digital Photo Frame
Remote Control
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Adapter
USB cable
Spec Summary
Main Features
Play digital photos as a slideshow with background music
Play music and video
Display calendar / clock / alarm
Rotate and zoom photo
Brightness, contrast and saturation adjustable
Built-in 1GB memory
Auto timer on & off
Easy to use on-screen menu & button control
Memory Card Support
Secure Digital (SD)
Multi Media Card (MMC)
Memory Stick,MS Pro,MS Duo, MS Pro Duo (MS)
Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC)
Compact Flash (CF)
File Format Support
Pictures:JPEG up to 16 megapixels
Video:MPEG-1\2\4, Motion JPEG
Audio:MP3
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Side Navigation Buttons
Exit
Enter
Up
Down
Left
Right
Stop
4 in 1 Card Reader & USB Ports
SD/MMC/MS Slot
Compact Flash Slot
Mini USB Port (b)
USB Port (a)
Power Jack
Power Switch
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Remote Control
Zoom
Setup
Mute
Exit
Rotate
Power on/ off
Menu
Left
Mode
Stop
Slideshow
Volume Plus
UP
Volume Minus
Select/ Execute
Right
Down
Quick Start
Step1 Insert the jack of the DC adaptor into the digital photo
frame, and then plug the DC adaptor into a standard
power outlet.
Step 2 Turn on at Power Switch (see previous page).
Operation Guide
1. Main Menu
1) Memory select: show the memory device inserted
2) Setup: adjust frame settings
3) Calendar: display a calendar, clock and alarm.
Nand
Setup
Calendar
Setup
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Calendar
2. Setup
To make change settings on the DPF
Operation method
▼▲ button: shift items or choose parameters
button: change the parameters
ENTER button: confirm the setup result
EXIT button: back to main menu
3. Calendar
Press ▲▼ to change the year
Press > or < to change month
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4. Memory select
1. Photo: Select to play photo with slideshow
2. Music: Select to play music
3. Video: Select to play movie
4. Combo: Slideshow pictures with backgroundmusic
5. Edit: Select to copy or delete files
Video
Music
Picture
Combo
Edit
4.1 File Edit
Select EDIT icon
● All the files and folders will be listed on the screen
● Press▲▼ to choose different files
● Press to select one file, a √ will be marked beside the file
● To deselect the file by pressing again
COPY
● After file selection, press MENU and select "copy"
● Press ENTER to select the copy to destination
● Press then ENTER
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DELETE
● After file selection, press MENU and select "delete"
● Press ENTER to select "delete"
● Select √ then ENTER to delete selected file
4.2 Photo Display
● Choose photo icon to call up photo preview mode
● Press
to choose photos and press ENTER to play
● Press MENU to call out the info bar
● Press >/< and ENTER to make selection on the info bar
Play/Pause
Previous
Rotate
Stop
Next
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Zoom
File Name
4.3 Movie Display
● Choose movie icon to call out movie preview mode
● Press
to choose movie and press ENTER to play
● Press MENU to call up the info bar
● Press >/< and ENTER to make selection on the info bar
Previous Play/Pause
Fast Forward
Next
Fast Backward
Stop
Zoom
Display time
4.4 Music Display
● Choose music icon to call up music preview mode
● Press
to choose music and press ENTER to play
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4.5 Combo Display (picture slideshow with music)
● Choose combo icon to call up combo preview mode
● Press to choose music and press ENTER to play
Press VOL + /
on remote control to adjust the volume
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OSD Menu
OSD Menu
Sub-Menu & Function Description
Function Menu
Photo
Music
Movie
Combo
Edit
Calendar
Picture Slideshow
MP3 display
Video display
Picture & music display
Copy / Delete
Calendar / Clock / Alarm
Memory Menu
SD/MMC
MS
CF
USB flash drive
Internal Memory
Settings
Language
Slideshow Time
Slideshow Mode
Music Repeat Mode
Movie Repeat Mode
Multi language
3/5/15 seconds, 1/15min, 1 hour
14 modes
Repeat all/ one/ off
Repeat all/ one/ off
Display Mode
Original -- original picture ratio display
Stretch -- full screen picture display with abnormal ratio
Crop -- full screen picture display with normal ratio by cutting
Time
Year Month Day Hour Minute
Alarm
Hour Minute ( Ring 1/2/3 )
Brightness
brightness adjust
Contrast
contrast adjust
Saturation
saturation adjust
Auto Power on Time
time to turn on automatically
Auto Power off Time
time to turn off automatically
Splitscreen Function
multi photos display by one screen show
Auto Play
picture / music / movie / calendar / main menu
Default
restore to the factory settings
*The above settings are subject to change in case of any spec modification.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Why can’t the Digital Photo Frame play all images or movie
files?
A: The Digital Photo Frame can support JPEG, MP3 and some
video format depending on the product specification. It may
not read some files dowloaded from the internet.
Q. I have a memory card in the Digital Photo Frame, but it’s not
reading the card, what should I do?
A: First, make sure that you are using a memory card that is
supported by the Digital Photo Frame. Second, ensure that
the memory card is inserted all the way into the correct slot.
Third, choose the correct card icon which you want to play.
Q. Why do some pictures load faster than others?
A: Higher resolution pictures usually load slower.
Q: Who can I contact if I am having trouble setting up my DPF?
A: Email: support@shintaro.com.au
This symbol on the product or in the instructions means that
your electrical and electronic equipment should be disposed at
the end of its life separately from your household waste. There
are separate collection systems for recycling in the EU. For
more information, please contact the local authority or your
retailer where you purchased the product.
NOTE: All rights for modifications reserved
support@shintaro.com.au
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