Re: Digital Camera
David Fox <email@example.com>:
> On Mon, Mar 24, 2008 at 8:34 PM, s. keeling <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I've one seriously cheapo Concord Eye-Q 1000 (1.3 Mpx res.). This
> > model is not listed in gtkam's database. Does digiKam handle it?
> There's no exact match in digikam (current lenny) but there are some
> other close models to that Concord model. You might try one of those.
Tried 'em all. gtkam can't detect it using any of them.
> Does that camera mount as a USB device or PTP?
USB cable on PC end, looks like very small proprietary connector on
camera end. I don't think it's mini-USB, but I could be wrong.
> was supported. But it has a better chance of being supported possibly
> because there are free "open" (so called) drivers on the Net for it.
> Which of course, could mean anything, like a binary wrapper claiming
> they gave you source code when they really didn't.
About as useful as that Windows zip file I pulled down off their
website the other night. Don't know what I'm going to do with it, but
I have it.
> >From 'gphoto2" on my system - it seems that these are the same models
> that digikam supports, presumably because digikam uses gphoto2 as a a
> backend (not sure about this).
That's what I read as well.
> dfox@m206-157:~$ gphoto2 --list-cameras | grep Concord
> "Concord Eye-Q Duo" (EXPERIMENTAL)
Same list here.
> Again, not the exact model, but this is a good starting point. Another
> possibility (should this not be helpful) would be to inquire on the
> gphoto2 mailing list. I did that before to get feedback and to help
I'll troll their archives. Thanks.
> All this is moot IF your camera supports a removable SD card (which it
No such luck. They put in a 2 digit LCD shot counter, though. :-P
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