Re: Digital Camera
The only problem with using camera in linux is often there is no way
to access raw images from the camera, only jpeg or tiff.
--- mvephoto <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi. Generally speaking, pretty good. However, I tend to move away
> from the
> issue of having a digital camera "work" with my computer(s), and use
> card-reader instead. This is a] usually faster, b] saves on battery
> life of
> the camera and c] a cardreader is most likely "plug and play" and
> will be
> recognized by your Linux system very much like a Windows system
> Other than that, Google is your friend :o)
> On January 7, 2006 06:31 pm, Robert Thompson wrote:
> > Hello All,
> > I also have a digital camera that I love. It is a Sony that uses
> a USB
> > to connect to the computer. Question is: How does digital cameras
> work with
> > Debian?
> > Thanks
> > Eric
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