FULL SCREEN PHOTO VIEWER. PHOTO VIEWER

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Full Screen Photo Viewer


full screen photo viewer
    full screen
  • A fullscreen image or video occupies the screen entirely.
  • Pan and scan is a method of adjusting widescreen film images so that they can be shown within the proportions of a standard definition 4:3 aspect ratio television screen, often cropping off the sides of the original widescreen image to focus on the composition's most important aspects.
  • Of a window occupying all the available displayable surface of a screen
    viewer
  • A person who looks at or inspects something
  • (viewers) viewing audience: the audience reached by television
  • spectator: a close observer; someone who looks at something (such as an exhibition of some kind); "the spectators applauded the performance"; "television viewers"; "sky watchers discovered a new star"
  • A person watching television or a movie
  • A device for looking at slides or similar photographic images
  • an optical device for viewing photographic transparencies
    photo
  • PHOTO was the name of an American photographic magazine geared towards men. It was published monthly by the Official Magazine Corporation beginning in June 1952.
  • A photo finish
  • photograph: a representation of a person or scene in the form of a print or transparent slide; recorded by a camera on light-sensitive material
  • A photograph
  • Photo is a French magazine about photography, published monthly by Hachette Filipacchi Medias. It is mostly focused on artistic aspects of photography rather than technical aspects. The editorial line is mostly oriented toward fashion and nude photography.
full screen photo viewer - Panasonic VIERA
Panasonic VIERA TC-P46ST30 46-Inch 1080p 3D Plasma HDTV
Panasonic VIERA TC-P46ST30 46-Inch 1080p 3D Plasma HDTV
Panasonic VIERA TC-P46ST30 46-Inch 1080p 3D Plasma HDTV

3D Technology Checklist
This product is 3D-related. To help you get a great 3D experience, use the checklist below to ensure you have everything you need. 3D viewing requires:
A Display
First, you'll need a 3D-ready display--whether it's a 3D HDTV, 3D projector, or 3D computer monitor. These displays have more processing power than standard 2D models for displaying 3D images in rapid succession.
A Source
Your display may be ready for 3D playback, but you'll still need a device to read 3D content. This can be a cable box with a subscription to a 3D channel, a 3D Blu-ray Disc player, or a PlayStation 3 system.
3D Content
3D content--the actual entertainment, in other words--will be played back using the source mentioned above, whether it's a 3D broadcast from your cable provider, a 3D Blu-ray Disc, or a 3D video game.
3D Glasses
For now, the vast majority of 3D HDTVs require glasses for 3D viewing. Many use powered "active shutter" glasses, others polarized "passive" glasses. You'll need one pair per viewer, and they'll have to be compatible with your display, whether they're the same brand, or a pair of "universal" glasses designed to work across brands.
HDMI Cable
To connect your source (such as a 3D Blu-ray Disc player) to your display, you'll need a high-speed HDMI cable. Cables with this designation feature bandwidth speeds up to 10.2 Gbps (gigabits per second), for carrying the 3D signal without any loss of quality.

If you want to get more information about 3D, shop our 3D products, watch videos, or interact with other customers, we invite you to visit 3D 101, our customer center about everything 3D.





Internet-Ready Television
Internet-Ready Television
Internet-ready TVs use your broadband connection to deliver dynamic content, whether it's streaming video from Netflix, new music from Pandora, or a quick glance at today's weather forecast.
Although there is overlap, each manufacturer offers a unique bundle of free or paid services, including streaming video and music, social networking apps, online photo galleries, news and financial updates, weather info, sports scores, and a variety of other smartphone-like applications.
Manufacturers continue to add new content to their offerings, keeping customers current through firmware updates, and making a bit of research a prudent step in your buying decision.
Learn more about Internet TVs, how they work, what services are offered by different manufacturers, and exactly what you'll need to get started at our Internet TV 101 customer center.




(March 2011)

Step into the 3D World. The VIERA ST30 Series Full HD 3D Plasmas create an all new viewing experience by putting you inside the action and creating a new world of TV viewing realism.
TC-P47ST30
Infinite Black 2
In new VIERA models, contrast in brightly lit locations has been significantly improved. Enhancements to the panel and cells help reproduce images with smooth, natural gradation and deep, rich blacks even when viewed in bright surroundings. In movies, the true, deep blacks faithfully convey the intent of the filmmakers, adding power and realism to the viewing experience.
Full-time 1080 Moving Picture Resolution
VIERA plasma TVs have 1,080 lines of moving-picture resolution. Newly developed phosphors with minimal afterimages and a new motion compensating technology have made it possible to render faster-moving images with greater sharpness. This far surpasses the APDC moving-picture resolution measurement standard of 5 seconds by providing a moving-picture resolution of 1,080 lines at the 1.5-second level. And it shows the inherently clear motion of VIERA TVs in both 2D and 3D images.
3D 24p Cinema Smoother
VIERA incorporates technology that analyzes picture information in both the preceding and succeeding frames, and creates a precise supplementary frame between them. This suppresses the jerky effect seen in movies so playback is smooth and natural-looking. The distinctive tonal qualities and atmosphere of the movie are preserved and you enjoy extremely lifelike 3D images.
Full 3D600Hz
Frame Sequential Technology
Panasonic uses Full-HD Frame Sequential technology to create its 3D images. Images recorded in 1920 x 1080 pixels for both the right-eye and the left-eye alternately flash on the screen at the ultra-high rate of 120 frames per second. When you view the screen through active-shutter glasses that open and close each lens in sync with the alternating images, you see breathtaking FULL HD 3D pictures with stunning power and realism.
Dynamic Contrast
By combining the highly light-transmissive IPS Alpha Panel and high-brightness backlight, Panasonic has attained both high contrast and low power consumption. Also, by detecting the contrasting parts of the scene, the backlight is adjusted to maintain a brightness that is optimal for each area. Deep blacks are reproduced with no fading. The contrast between the brilliance of diamond-like stars and the deep black of the night sky produces a sharp, crisp image.
600Hz Sub-field Drive
600Hz technology lets you view superb full-HD motion and still images. For even greater clarity with motion images, Panasonic uses its own unique image-analysis technology. This technology converts the motion in each scene into dots. And each frame is practically displayed for a shorter length of time than in previous systems, to reduce aftereffects.
3D Image Viewer
It's easy to view 3D photos and movies you shot yourself on the big VIERA screen. After shooting with your 3D-compatible camera or camcorder, simply insert the SD card into the slot on a 3D-compatible VIERA TV. The viewing is incredible, with images so realistic it feels as though you're right back in the moment. You'll find that life's special moments are even more memorable when you preserve them in 3D.
TC-P46ST30VIERA Connect
The exciting world of IPTV, centering on TV, is about to begin for the enjoyment of the entire family. Now you can enjoy intuitive remote control while relaxing on the living room sofa, with a wide variety of content at your fingertips. In the near future, TV will also be able to link with a tablet device to achieve completely new forms of entertainment that you've never before experienced.
VIERA Link
VIERA Link interlinks the operation of a variety of AV devices, so you can operate them all using only the VIERA remote control. Setup is easy simply connect the compatible devices to each other via HDMI cables.
VIERA Remote
VIERA remote is a TV remote controller app for select Panasonic VIERA HDTVs that uses your iPhone/iPod touch/iPad (of iOS 4.2 or later) to control TV channel selection, input selection, and volume control. Included features are gesture control, a keyboard user Interface, and a power off button. Learn more about Panasonic’s VIERA remote app.
Long Panel Life, Up to 100,000 Hours
One important way consumers can protect the environment is by choosing high-quality products and taking care of them so they last for a long time. A high-quality VIERA HDTV can help. Thanks to a newly designed phosphor process and rear panel process, our plasma panels last for up to 100,000 hours before the brightness decreases by half. That's more than 30 years of viewing 8 hours a day.
Environment-Friendly Panel
Mercury and Lead Free Plasma Display Panel Panasonic is committed to making our products more friendly to the environment. In line with this commitment, all VIERA plasma display panels are free of both lead and mercury. This reduces impact on the environment years down the road when the TV is recycled or retired from use.
Key Specifications
Series: ST30
Screen type: Plasma
Screen size: 46 inches
Native resolution: 1,920 x 1080 pixels
Shades of Gradation: 6,144 equivalent
600 Hz Sub-field Drive: Yes
HDTV display capability: 1080p, 1080i, 720p
EDTV display capability: 480p
Speakers: 2 full range, 20W total power, Surround Sound Capable
Image viewer: Yes (AVCHD/MPEG2/JPEG/MP3 playback)
Aspect control:4:3, Zoom, Full, Just, H-Fill
Optional wall-mounting bracket: TY-WK4P1RW
Multi-lingual menu: English/Spanish/French
Energy Star qualified: Yes
Connections
HDMI: 3 (1 side)
Component (Y, PB, PR): RCA x 1
Composite A/V: RCA x 1
USB: 2
Wireless LAN Adaptor: WiFi Ready
Digital audio output: 1 (optical)
Dimensions
TV with stand: 28.8" X 44.0" X 13.2" " (H x W x D); 59.6 pounds
TV without stand: 27.4" X 44.0" X 2.8" (H x W x D); 50.7 pounds
What size TV should you get?


Panasonic 2011 Plasma HDTV Comparison
Series:GT30ST30S30X3
Models:50", 55", 60", 65"42", 46", 50", 55", 60", 65"42", 46", 50", 60"42", 46", 50"
Full HD 1080p--
HD 720p------
3D Ready----
Motion Picture Resolution1080 Lines1080 Lines900 Lines720 Lines
THX Mode------
VIERA Connect----
EASY IPTV----
DLNA----
Wireless LANReadyReadyReadyReady
Ethernet
HDMI4322
Component (Y/Pb/Pr)1111
Composite A/V1111
Digital Audio OutputOpticalOpticalOpticalOptical
PC (DSub)1------
USB 2.0 Port3222
MP3 Playback
JPEG Playback
MPEG Video Playback


What's in the Box
Panasonic ST30 series Plasma HDTV, removable stand, wireless LAN adapter, remote control (with batteries), operating instructions, quick start guide

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Marisa Mell
Marisa Mell
German postcard by Kruger, nr. 902/407. Photo: Lothar Winkler. Curvaceous Austrian actress Marisa Mell (1939-1992) became a cult figure of 1960’s Italian B-films. Her most famous role is criminal mastermind Eva Kant in Mario Bava’s Diabolik (1968). Marisa Mell was born as Marlies Theres Moitzi in Graz, Austria, in 1939. She was raised by her schoolteacher mother. In 1954 she appeared in an uncredited part in the film Das Licht der Liebe (1954, Robert A. Stemmle) starring Paula Wessely. Marlies left Graz to study acting at the Max-Reinhard-Seminar in Vienna, where she graduated together with Senta Berger, Heidelinde Weis and Erika Pluhar. Her beauty and natural talent gave her plenty of stage presence. She changed her name into Marisa Mell and left Austria for Germany in the late 1950’s. A string of minor roles followed in films like Das Nachtlokal zum Silbermond (1959, Wolfgang Gluck), Am Galgen hangt die Liebe (1960, Edwin Zbonek) and the Edgar Wallace adaptation Das Ratsel der roten Orchidee/Puzzle of the Red Orchid (1962, Helmut Ashley) with Christopher Lee. She played her first lead in Venusberg (1963, Rolf Thiele). Just now her career began to escalate, she was involved in a nasty car accident in France. For six hours, she lay unconscious, unaware that she nearly lost her right eye. The disfigurement extended to her lip as well. She spent two years undergoing plastic surgery. No damage remained in her face, except for a distinctive curl of her upper lip, but, according to her fan ‘Blundering Man’ at Cult Sirens, this added “even more charm to her already attractive features.” Following her recovery, Mell headed for Britain, where she easily played the role of a film star in French Dressing (1964), the first feature of Britain's bad boy Ken Russell. She next made Masquerade (1965, Basil Dearden) with Cliff Robertson. She turned down a seven-year Hollywood contract, saying that while the payment would have been great, "the contract was a whole book. I think that even to go to the toilet I would have needed a permission." Instead of Hollywood she chose for Rome. Marisa Mell started her Italian film career with the Oscar-nominated comedy Casanova 70 (1965, Mario Monicelli) starring Marcello Mastroianni. Among her co-stars were other ravishing beauties like Michele Mercier and Virna Lisi. The following year she played one of the leads in the spy thriller New York chiama Superdrago/New York Calls Super Dragon (1966, Calvin Jackson Padget aka Giorgio Ferroni). Mell's beauty and flair for comedy helped bring her career into full swing. In 1967, she was cast by American producer David Merrick for the title role in the Broadway musical Mata Hari. The director was Vincente Minelli and her co-star Pernell Roberts. Marisa got a buildup that included coverage in Vogue and McCall's, but at the Washington preview “everything from the scenery to the sound system came apart”, according to Time magazine. Mata Hari opened to “lethal reviews”, and Merrick closed the production before it could open on Broadway. Marisa returned to Italy and starred as Eva Kant in Diabolik/Danger: Diabolik (1968), directed by Mario Bava and produced by Dino De Laurentiis. The film was based on one of the longest running - and most successful - Italian comic strips. Eva Kant is the sexy and mysterious sidekick to antihero Diabolik, a criminal mastermind finding great pleasure in leading the authorities in various wild goose chases. According to Blundering Man at Cult Sirens, Bava “had preferred her over Catherine Deneuve, no less, as he was searching for a ‘comic book’ style of beauty. Danger: Diabolik remains a successful adaptation of a comic on the big screen (and maybe the ultimate role for stolid star John Philip Law) and the various super hero costumes could've been an inspiration for Tim Burton's Batman.” For Marisa Mell then started the best and more productive years of her career. She worked mainly in Italy, with occasional stops in France and Spain. In 1969 she played the challenging dual role of an asthmatic, dying wife and a seductive stripper in Una sull'altra/One on Top of the Other (1969, Lucio Fulci). That year she had a miscarriage. Father of the child was Pier Luigi Torri with whom she lived for about three years. During that time, Torri produced one of Marisa's better (yet unsuccessful) films, Senza via d'uscita/No Way Out (1970, Piero Sciume), co-starring Philippe Leroy. Torri had to leave Italy in 1971 after a notorious cocaine scandal to avoid prison. Another interesting film is the spaghetti western Sette orchidee macchiate di rosso/Seven Blood-Stained Orchids (1971, Umberto Lenzi) starring the father of Hollywood hunk Antonio Sabato, Antonio Sabato Sr. In 1975 she appeared in the Diana Ross musical Mahogany (1975, Berry Gordy). In Some Like It Cool/Casanova & Co. (1977, Franz Antel) Marisa was joined by Tony Curtis, Marisa Berenson, Sylva Koscina and Britt Ekland. In between
Mom's Love
Mom's Love
26 yrs old mama brown bear Solstice nursing her cub. Definitely one of the magical moments for a viewer. We were so excited to see her nursing her cub 3 times during our exciting 8hrs stay at Katmai wilderness. Location: Katmai Wilderness, Alaska Press L & F11 to view full screen in flickr.

full screen photo viewer
full screen photo viewer
Digital Foci PAD-280 Deluxe OLED 2.8-Inch Pocket Album Digital photo viewer (Sky Blue)
Digital Foci Pocket Album Deluxe OLED 2.8 (PAD-280) portable photo viewer lets you carry more than 4,000 of your favorite photos to share and relive your precious photo moments anytime, anywhere. It features a 2.8-inch (320 x 240) Active Matrix OLED screen with an astounding contrast ratio of 10,000:1. With the cutting edge OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) technology, Pocket Album Deluxe OLED 2.8 displays your photos with higher brightness, better contrast, and wider viewing angle than conventional LCD screens. Browse your photos in Thumbnail view and choose between displaying photos full screen or 2 x 2. You can scroll through photos manually, or run automatic slideshow with adjustable slideshow interval, multiple transition effects, and random option. Its folder structure feature allows photo to be organized into 5 different folders that can be selected for individual playback. The built-in clock can display time and date along with your photo slideshow; and calendar view displays a calendar with photo slideshow playing in the background. Use the included user-friendly Photo Viewer Software to convert images from your computer to the device (compatible with Windows Vista/XP/2000 and Mac 10.5 and 10.4). The Software lets you crop and rotate the photos you wish to transfer, before automatically resizing them for optimal storage and display on the device. Pocket Album Deluxe OLED runs on Lithium-polymer battery with approximately 5 hours of battery life. Easily recharge the battery with AC adapter or USB power by connecting it to your computer. The included acrylic viewing stand, wrist strap and protective carrying case make it easy for desktop display and convenient to carry the device along with you. Pocket Album Deluxe OELD 2.8 measures 3.3" x 2.7" x 0.6" and weighs only 3.6 oz. Package includes Pocket Album Deluxe OLED 2.8, USB cable, AC adapter, wrist strap, carrying case, acrylic viewing stand, Photo Manager Software, and Quick Start Guide.

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