Kodak Gallery offers digital picture frames, picture cards preloaded with members’ favorite photos

ScanMyPhotos.com regularly profiles companies that are providing new ways to share and store your pictures.  Having scanned millions of photos, slides and negatives, the question we often receive is what’s next?  Here is a terrific recommendation from and plug for our friends at Kodak.

Kodak Gallery, Emeryville, Calif., an online photo service with 70 million members worldwide, is now offering members Kodak Digital Picture Frames preloaded with up to 100 of their favorite Kodak Gallery photos. Members can choose the frame they want, select the pictures, and Kodak Gallery will load the pictures on the frame and ship the package directly to members or their friends and family.    

  “Kodak Digital Pictures Frames are very popular and we’re thrilled to build on that popularity by offering an easy way for people to share pictures with the people they love, and the best part is that we do the work for you,” said Madhav Mehra, general manager of Kodak Gallery. “These new preloaded frames make great gifts and with the preloaded Kodak Picture Card, you can continue to send new pictures anytime.”

  Kodak EasyShare Digital Picture Frames preloaded with up to 100 photos come in a variety of sizes: 7-inch ($144.95 plus shipping), 8-inch ($174.95 plus shipping), and 10-inch ($224.95 plus shipping) standard frames. There is also a 10-inch Wi-Fi enabled wireless frame ($274.95 plus shipping) available. Kodak Picture Cards ($19.95 plus shipping) are preloaded with up to 100 of photos and are also sold separately. Kodak Picture Cards are compatible with any brand of digital frame that has a card slot.


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