A lot of things have changed since the days when all cameras used film to record photographs and videos. Back then, unless you had a lot of money to buy hundreds of rolls of film, your shots were limited and you had to make sure that you could take the right shot at the right time. And even if you could afford hundreds of rolls of film, carrying them around with you on a long photowalk would be a chore even for the strongest athletes, because not only would you be carrying the hundreds of rolls of film, you’d have to lug more than one camera around with you, too, that would take shots using film with a different film speed. And if you managed to take a shot that was worth a spread in National Geographic, you’d have to order a larger print of it and have it framed in order to showcase it at home. Videos couldn’t be framed, of course, so these had to sit idly by on your shelf until someone took interest in it or until you found a good time to show them off.
When digital cameras came around, things changed in the entire process of taking the perfect picture and putting it up for everyone to admire. Unlike older cameras that semi-permanently recorded photographs and videos to film, digital cameras allowed you to take a number of shots and delete the ones you didn’t like to make room for more shots. This meant that photographers and videographers were potentially no longer limited in the number of shots they could take. In the early days of digital photography, a capacity of one hundred or so still photographs was pretty standard, but as memory options have increased in capacity and become cheaper, storing thousands of pictures on one SD card has become commonplace. Because of the near unlimited number of photographs and videos that a digital camera can take, showcasing each picture and video could quite possible become a hassle with the traditional picture frame or with typical video storage options.
Digital picture frames are the answer to getting all those perfect moments captured through your lenses displayed and admired without having to pay a fortune to have reproduced in a large format prints and professionally framed. Digital picture frames are able to showcase your best photographs and videos straight from their digital source and display them sequentially in a photo and video slideshow, so you really only need one digital picture frame to show off even a hundred or more shots.
Flexibility and economy are what digital picture frames are all about. Flexibility in the fact that not only do digital picture frames allow you to showcase more than one picture at a time, but also because they can also play videos, as well. And economy, because digital picture frames are cheaper both at point of sale and in the long run than regularly having all of your pictures printed and framed. They are widely available from many online electronics wholesalers with different sizes and features to suit your needs!