The DROID has a very nice screen, so how well does it work as a photo viewer to show friends albums of photos? I'm not talking about photos taken with the on-phone camera, but photos taken with a good camera (like a D-SLR) and transferred to the phone for the express purpose of using the device as a photo viewer. My questions are:
1. Do good photos really look good on the screen? Does the screen do them justice?
2. Does the DROID read orientation information in the EXIF header to display vertically taken shots vertically (regardless of the phone orientation?) I.e. can I hold the phone veritcal, and correctly view both landscape and portrait shots correctly - then turn the phone sideways, and still view those same pictures correctly?
3. What method is used to navigate between photos? Finger swipe, on-screen arrows, d-pad, or what?
4. Any kind of timed slide-show function, and does it offer image transitions?
5. If the built-in software isn't really great for these purposes, are there some Android Market apps that are better?
Any comments on using the DROID as a photo viewer are welcome.