THE EXPERIMENT: Take pix of a book, page by page. Load the memory card into my portable DVD player, allowing me to read the book...kind of like the new Kindle bookreader. EQUIPMENT: *PANASONIC PSGV-150; ZOOM; MANUAL FOCUS; FLASH; TRIPOD *TOSHIBA SD-P2900SN; 800 X 480 SCREEN RES.; MEMORY CARD READER; ROTATEABLE VIEW ANGLES; ZOOM I have ascertained that the page images are readable if I first display each page on it's side, to better fit the DVD player widescreen, and take advantage of the 800H res. However, I do not want to cock my head all day in order to read them (my neck may lock in that position....). Nor do I want to set my DVD player on one end, like the new "Kindle" bookreader, in order to easily read the clear image. I have tried various settings, but it seems to ultimately come down to the screen res of the end device, the 800 x 480 screen res DVD player. Any ideas on how to accomplish what I want?