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Re: Picture Frame Discussion

Mar 25, 2013

D-Nitrate wrote:

Black_MagicWoman wrote:

Amaterasu frame is slightly bigger than the Codeglue 70' 80'


Thanks for pics.  Would you do a side by side pic of the 80" (square) Codeglue and the Amaterasu frame - they look like they are very close to the same size, only that the codeglue is taller 4x4 vs 4x3 aspect ratio.

 

Also, how do identical images compare between the two?  Is the image less bright in the Amaterasu frame or about the same?

 

Finally, can you pick the backlight color of the 80" frame, and if so, what colors can you pick?

 

Thanks!


Sorry I didn't respond sooner. I was playing Tomb Raider.Woman HappyAmaterasu vertical.Amaterasu horizontal. The backlighting cycles through the colors of the rainbow automatically on the Codeglue 80' frames. I'm not sure if can set them to just one color. I don't get an optional prompt for that when I click on to them.

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I'd be happy to see backlit versions of the Amaterasu and Harbor Studio frames, I like the design but the lighting is so inconsistent (usually too dark) in most rooms. A 16:9 backlit frame would be nice as well, so no cropping is needed for the Home camera.

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Mar 25, 2013

Most frames are too dark to see pictures really well. I personally love the backlighting and clarity of some of them. It's really hard to know what works or doesn't unless you are able to see them at a friends. That is what I did when I got the Codeglue ones. 

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Mar 25, 2013

Observer Screenshot 05_26 AM 3_25_2013.jpg

 

;^) Here's the one I mentioned earlier. It's bigger than most, and has a wide white matte board border around the images. So, my pencil sketches look huge. It's my favorite, so far.

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Mar 25, 2013
Just reasking but the 50', 60', & 70' Codeglues *do* hold pics right? Pardon my ignorance on them.
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Mar 25, 2013

Yes the Codeglue frames do hold pictures. 

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^ ahhh ty ty ^_^
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Mar 25, 2013

I just use the Harbour Studio Picture Frame and the PSTALENT Frame which I both like. Don't really have a least favorite Smiley Surprised

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The quality of the picture you ate using in the frame makes a huge difference, sometimes even with the glare. When I download pics and use them I try to find only pics in HD. The pics ate MUCH clearer and crisp!! Codeglues new Square 80 inch frame ROCKS!!
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Sorry...didn't "ate" anything...lol...they should be *are*
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