you could have 4:3 digital frames but then the photos you take in 16:9 would be letterboxed.
instead with a 16:9 frame, the 4:3 photos are windowboxed which gives the illusion of spare screen space rather than the photo being shrunk to match a small screen.
Someone please explain to me the reason for the pervasiveness of so-called "widescreen" digital picture frames.
It would seem to me that since folks take photos in 4:3 format, they would want to display them in 4:3 format . . . not have them automatically cropped by the 16:9 digiframe.
Are that many people taking pics in 16:9? My Sony has that option, and I?ve never even used it.
I even wrote Kodak an email asking this question . . . no response, of course.