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Re: Recommendation on Digital Cameras that work well with linux....and...



On Mon, 10 May 2004 13:43:53 -0400
"H. S." <greatexcalibur@yahoo.com> wrote:

> Apparently, _Walter Tautz_, on 05/10/04 13:11,typed:
> > any other recommendations, especially stuff to avoid.
> > 
> > walter
> 
> Canon A300 and G5 work very well using gphoto2 and gtkam. I have heard 
> from my friend that Nikon 4300 also works quite nicely.
> 
> You might face some hiccups accessing your camera from USB unless you 
> read the intructions on how to setup hotplug for proper access 
> permissions. This is the file you need to read first:
> /usr/share/doc/libgphoto2-2/README.Debian
> 
> And this may complement the help:
> http://nift.freeshell.org/camedia.html
> 
> I use gqview for viewing the images (utilizes EXIF info).
> 
> 
> ->HS
> 

I have a hp photosmart 735, on the camera i can configure it so it 
behaves as a usb storage device which can be mounted like any pendrive.
Haven't tried any other setting (why should I as long as i can view 
my pictures), I'm also using gqview for browsing them.

greetings 



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