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Re: digital camera Q



On 24/10/06, Gene Heskett <gene heskett verizon net> wrote:
Greetings;

A neighbor came up tonight with a canon powershot A10 in hand that had some
pix my missus wanted.  For my own camera, its a vfat file system and all I
have to do is mount it, but this camera seems to have a different
mechanism.  When I couldn't mount it, I tried digicam-0.6.2 which seemed
to recognize the camera, but could not initialize it.  Then I tried gtkam,
which also says the same thing.  That left XCam, which seemed to be a
differently built program for video streams.

Looking up the specs, it claims to be DPOF compliant, whatever that
defines.

Is there a special driver I need to turn on in the kernel's usb section to
enable access to this device?  I am familiar with building kernels,
currently running 2.6.19-rc3.

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Gene, have you tried accessing the thing as a mass storage unit, like
a disk on key? I've connected an A-series Canon camera (A20 I think)
this way. And I've never had problems with the S2 that I connect
often.

Also, my Fuji 5500 I connect as a mass storage device. KDE just
recognises it and I use konqi to copy the files.

Dotan Cohen

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