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erphotography
6th of November 2007 (Tue), 20:46
So, I have clients asking about those electronic picture frames (that flip through images), INSTEAD of albums!! But they want ones bigger then the typeical 5x7 or 4x6. Does anyone know any stores (canada preferably) that sell 8x10 size or bigger??? sure would be nice!

spphoto
6th of November 2007 (Tue), 21:13
I have seen the 8x10 sized ones at London Drugs and Future Shop. Vistek also has some larger ones for sale. http://www.vistek.ca/details/results.aspx?q=picture%20frame

JJacula
6th of November 2007 (Tue), 21:13
The biggest I've ever seen on eBay is an 10.4" ( http://cgi.ebay.ca/10-4-DIGITAL-PICTURE-PHOTO-FRAME-BLK-VIDEO-MP3-NEW-7-8_W0QQitemZ150179610930QQihZ005QQcategoryZ150043QQ ssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem ). I got an 8" at Circuit City for my folks last year.

picturecrazy
6th of November 2007 (Tue), 23:16
check out this 14" frame!!!
http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthread.php?t=396572

tim
7th of November 2007 (Wed), 00:03
How about a 50" LCD TV? I have a 40" and it works great.

JJacula
7th of November 2007 (Wed), 02:02
Cool link Lloyd! Wanna build me one? :)

Banbert
7th of November 2007 (Wed), 03:48
How about a 50" LCD TV? I have a 40" and it works great.


I am mid garage conversion and a 50" Plasma or LCD (still cant decide, theres good and bad both ways) is what its being designed around. Really looking forward to having somewhere very nice to show our stuff off to clients.

mizuno
7th of November 2007 (Wed), 03:59
I have a 50" Panasonic Plasma in my client meeting room. My clients love it and it's very handy when the cricket is on (like tomorrow). :D

http://www.zeke.com.au/stuff/plasma.jpg

Banbert
7th of November 2007 (Wed), 04:33
That loooks wicked Dan, thanks for posting that. How far away from the screen are you sitting ? its hard to tell with the angle.

This is what mine currently looks like. Base floor almost completed (just waiting for building regulations visit today so I can finish it) then my Dads visiting this weekend to help me get started studding the walls and doing the electrics and other cabling.

http://www.boundlessphotos.co.uk/wip/garage8.jpg

mizuno
7th of November 2007 (Wed), 04:42
The sofa is about 10 feet from the screen, probably too close for regular TV viewing, but fine for slideshows.

Banbert
7th of November 2007 (Wed), 04:54
Cheers for the info Dan.

I really like the way you have the dark matt wall for the TV (is that chocolate colour) which is exactly how I want mine to be so theres no distractions, I think having the other walls white really works as well.

Ive started another thread to try and get some more people to post theirs rathe rthn hijack this thread.

http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthread.php?t=403567

mizuno
7th of November 2007 (Wed), 04:58
Cheers for the info Dan.

I really like the way you have the dark matt wall for the TV (is that chocolate colour) which is exactly how I want mine to be so theres no distractions, I think having the other walls white really works as well.

It's actually matte black, and yeah, it looks amazing in the flesh.

Niraj
7th of November 2007 (Wed), 05:41
Dan, that door looks a bit small (height) or is the handle just really high?

wish i had a client meeting room like that...(actually wish i had a client meeting room, fullstop) lol...

JJacula
7th of November 2007 (Wed), 13:48
Ohhhh, awesome client meeting room! My studio is going to be awesome, once it gets done ... but much more classic in style.

kja
7th of November 2007 (Wed), 15:13
That door handle thing is pretty common in structures of a certain age here in Australia, I've noticed. It was very strange at first and you don't really see it anymore.

picturecrazy
7th of November 2007 (Wed), 15:14
whoa dan that is pretty darn sweet. My meeting room has been in limbo for two years so I've been meeting at coffee shops.

Niraj
7th of November 2007 (Wed), 15:26
door handles in the UK are roughly around waist height :) probably not the safest thing in homes with kids, ahh well :)