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This digital photo frame is brilliant Black Friday deal from Amazon UK today

Black friday photo frame deal
(Image credit: Nixplay)

One of the best gifts you can give this Xmas is a digital photo frame, and we have just spotted one that we really like at Amazon with a great Black Friday deal (opens in new tab) discount.

Digital photo frames (opens in new tab) have been a hot thing to purchase in the last year - but we are surprised that we don't see them in more people's homes. We spend every day taking pictures, reviewing cameras, and drooling over tech – but these devices are some of the best things that you can get for enjoying family photographs at home. 

We have been using this Nixplay model over the last year, and it is one of the best we have seen - and with over £50 knocked off the price, it could be a great gift for a partner or parent this Christmas. But hurry, as Amazon UK has told us the deal will end at midnight tonight.

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Nixplay 10.1 Inch Smart Frame | was £169.99 | now £111.73 (opens in new tab)
Save £58.26 at Amazon
This ten-inch 1280x800-pixel display has a main cord that also works as a support, so it can sit on any surface in landscape or portrait orientation (you can also mount this on the wal)l. Images can be added to the frame via the phone app - but can also be added by email. A motion sensor turns off the frame when you are not in the room.

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What these digital frames allow you to do is to show your favorite photos on the LCD panel on a continuous loop. We find it a great way to see pictures of the family - and to relive our best holidays. The one in our kitchen inevitably creates a topic of conversation every meal time.

These photo frames are not like the digital frames from 20 years ago - so no need to muck around with memory sticks to get them working. You simply use the app on your phone, choosing the photos you want to show from those stored on your phone or tablet (which are sent over your home's wifi network) – making it super easy to keep your modern slide show up to date with all your latest shots. And they can play videos as well as stills photos - so you can relive those golden moments (even with sound, if you so choose).

Alternative photo frame deal

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Facebook Portal was £169|now £79|Save $100 (opens in new tab)

Amazing less-than-half-price deal on the Facebook Portal with its 10-inch screen. Use this for Facetiming friends and family. Turn it into a portable gallery to display your favorite family snaps, or your best photos. And use Alexa to keep you entertained and informed.
UK deal - ends midnight 21 November

Stores where the Black Friday discounts have already started include:

Wex Photo VideoGreat deals from the UK's biggest camera outlet (opens in new tab)
Park Cameras – Amazing savings from the imaging specialist (opens in new tab)
John LewisThe latest deals from one of the most trusted retailers (opens in new tab)
Jessops - Cashback and coupon deals from the iconic camera store (opens in new tab)
Amazon – Get your camera kit delivered fast with Amazon Prime (opens in new tab)
Adobe - 39% off the Creative Cloud all-apps plan (opens in new tab)
Apple – Check out the latest iPhones and Macbooks direct from Apple (opens in new tab)
Dell – Save up to £300 on XPS & Inspiron laptops (opens in new tab)
Microsoft – Save up to £500 on select Surface Pro (opens in new tab)
MixbookUp to 50% off all items, including photo books & calendars (opens in new tab) 

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Chris George has worked on Digital Camera World since its launch in 2017. He has been writing about photography, mobile phones, video making and technology for over 30 years – and has edited numerous magazines including PhotoPlus, N-Photo, Digital Camera, Video Camera, and Professional Photography. 


His first serious camera was the iconic Olympus OM10, with which he won the title of Young Photographer of the Year - long before the advent of autofocus and memory cards. Today he uses a Nikon D800, a Fujifilm X-T1, a Sony A7, and his iPhone 11 Pro.


He has written about technology for countless publications and websites including The Sunday Times Magazine, The Daily Telegraph, Dorling Kindersley, What Cellphone, T3 and Techradar.