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Kodak Digital Camera HOWTO

David Burley


The purpose of this document is to help one get their Kodak digital camera
working under GNU/Linux. The scope of the document may change at any time to
include more camera models. As of the current version this document does
support some other models than ones sold under the Kodak name. However those
are only mentioned as they work with the same steps that similar Kodak
cameras use. This document is not likely to grow to support all digital
cameras as there are simply too many to document in one HOWTO.

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Table of Contents
1. Introduction
    1.1. History
    1.2. New Versions
    1.3. Copyright and Trademarks
    1.4. Acknowledgments and Thanks
    1.5. Author Contact Information
    1.6. Endorsements
    1.7. Sponsors
   
   
2. Background
    2.1. Digital Camera Technology--How Things Work
    2.2. Kodak Digital Camera Product Line
    2.3. Communicating With Digital Cameras
   
   
3. Communicating With the DC-Series Cameras
    3.1. DC40, DC50, DC120, DC200, DC210
    3.2. DC20, DC25, DC200+, DC210, DC210+ Zoom, DC215, DC220, DC220+, DC240,
        DC260, DC265, DC280, DC290
    3.3. DC220, DC260, DC265, DC290 (HP Photosmart C500?)
    3.4. Compact Flash PC Card Adapter/PCMCIA-ATA Storage Card
   
   
4. Software Support
    4.1. OpenDiS (Open Digita Services)
    4.2. Digita Operating Environment- Command Device Protocol Python Script
    4.3. gPhoto
    4.4. kdcpi
    4.5. jPhoto
   
   
5. Additional Online Resources
    5.1. Kodak Digital Camera Mailing Lists
    5.2. Other Useful Mailing Lists
    5.3. Useful Web Sites / Other Resources
   
   
6. FAQ
7. TODO
8. Appendix
    8.1. Drivers for Alternate Operating Systems
    8.2. Programs for Alternate Operating Systems
   
   

1. Introduction

1.1. History

This HOWTO was created in an attempt to document installation of a Kodak
DC-265 Camera.

Revision History:

January 6, 2001--

��*�Documented at least one supported transfer method (most have two or more
    documented) for all Kodak DC-Series digital cameras.
   
��*�Added specifications for most of the Kodak DC-Series digital cameras.
   
��*�Updates for Linux 2.4.x kernel series release.
   
��*�Additional software support listings added.
   
��*�URL updates to fix old/broken URLs.
   
��*�Document reformatting to make it an easier read.
   
��*�License change, document is now licensed under the GNU Free Documentation
    License
   

October 9, 2000--

��*�Fixes for the LinuxDoc->DocBook DTD change that went unnoticed
   
��*�Additional information regarding drivers for other Operating Systems
    (Kodak didn't used to have them up on the web)
   
��*�Various other changes
   

October 8, 2000--

��*�IrDA support (This is not for the faint of heart and is only tested with
    a DC-265 but should also work with a DC-290 and maybe others with IrDA
    support)
   

October 4, 2000--

��*�Many updates, contacted Kodak for permission to include some copywritten
    information, etc. etc.
   

August 22, 2000--

��*�Conversion to DocBook DTD from LinuxDoc DTD as a lot of the HOWTOs are
    already converted
   

April 23, 2000--

��*�Updated OpenDIS for IrDA support (CVS Version)
   
��*�Fixed spelling goof s/shudder/shutter/ (Thanks Patrick!)
   

February 20, 2000--

��*�Major clean up of general issues
   
��*�Addition and rearrangement of sections
   
��*�Additional mailing list and web resources added
   

February 17, 2000--

��*�Major revision with lots of changes...
   
��*�Updated for new backport and devel kernels
   
��*�Rearranged for easier reading and flow
   
��*�Updated for new OpenDiS release and the Python script.
   

January 18, 2000--

��*�TODO added
   
��*�Removal of kernel 2.2.13 section due to new USB backport release for
    2.2.14. Replaced with a section for kernel 2.2.14. Please view previous
    HOWTO versions for information regarding older kernels
   
��*�Removal of kernel 2.3.36 section due to newer developmental kernels,
    replaced with kernel 2.3.39. Please view previous HOWTO versions for
    information regarding older kernels.
   
��*�Added a section detailing use of a Compact Flash PC Card Adapter
   

January 9, 2000--

��*�Document modified for release of OpenDiS 0.0.3-pre6
   

January 4, 2000--

��*�Support for DC-265 under kernels 2.2.13, 2.2.14, and 2.3.35 via USB draft
    completed.
   
��*�History written
   
��*�FAQ started
   
��*�Background written
   
��*�Lots of other fun stuff
   

January 3, 2000--

��*�Initial research and work done to start writing HOWTO and thus it was
    born.
   

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1.2. New Versions

New versions of this HOWTO will be available on [http://www.marblehorse.org/
projects/documentation/kodak/] http://www.marblehorse.org/projects/
documentation/kodak/. Copies of this HOWTO will be provided in a number of
formats, including SGML, HTML and ASCII text. The authoritative master of
this document will be the LyX-formatted copy.

January 6, 2001--

v0.5.0 released (non-public)

October 8, 2000--

v0.0.10a released (public)

v0.0.10 released (public)

February 20, 2000--

v0.0.7 released (public)

v0.0.6 released (non-public)

February 17, 2000--

v0.0.4 released and v0.0.5 released (non-public)

January 18, 2000--

v0.0.3 released (non-public)

January 9, 2000--

v0.0.2 released (non-public)

January 4, 2000--

v0.0.1 released (non-public)
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1.3. Copyright and Trademarks

1.3.1. Copyright

Copyright (c) 2000- 2001 David M. Burley

Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under
the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.1 or any later
version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invarient
Sections, with no Front-Cover Texts, and with no Back-Cover Texts. A copy of
the GNU Free Documentation License can be found at http://www.gnu.org/
copyleft/.

The program source code in this document is free software; you can
redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public
License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the
License, or (at your option) any later version.

The source code is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more
details. A copy of the GNU General Public License can be found at http://
www.gnu.org/copyleft/.
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1.3.2. Trademarks

Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds.

Kodak is a registered trademark of the Eastman Kodak Company.

Digita is a registered trademark of Flashpoint Technology, Inc.

Dell is a registered trademark of Dell Computer Corporation.

Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.

All other trademarks are the property of their respective owner.
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1.4. Acknowledgments and Thanks

I would like to thank the Marble Horse Free Software Group for their support
of my efforts, specifically Jacob Moorman for his direction and help with
this and many of my other endeavors. I would also like to thank the rest of
the Linux community, especially those working on USB and digital camera
support. Know that there are people out there who are using your code and
would like you to continue.
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1.5. Author Contact Information

David Burley can be reached via email at the following address:
khemicals@marblehorse.org

GPG Key ID:

60ACD148

Fingerprint:

76CE FFCA F637 DFD0 BAA5

1079 BCB1 3CDD 60AC D148
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1.6. Endorsements

This is a project of David Burley, a member of the [http://
www.marblehorse.org/] Marble Horse Free Software Group. This project has been
adopted by the group as an appropriate free software project that is of
benefit to the community.
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1.7. Sponsors

Currently no individuals and/or companies have supplied any form of support
for this document. However such donations would help for the addition of new
or more information to this document or perhaps the creation of a document
relating to another series of digital cameras. The testing equipment used was
all purchased with the personal funds of the author which are of very limited
quantity. Please send an e-mail to the author, [mailto:
khemicals@marblehorse.org] David Burley, about sponsorship. All sponsors will
be listed in this section.
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2. Background

2.1. Digital Camera Technology--How Things Work

Digital cameras work with the same basic concept as a traditional camera.
They have a viewfinder or LCD screen to show the image prior to taking a
photograph, a lens with a shutter behind it to allow the light from the
subject to hit a light sensitive material. However, this is where most of the
similarities end.

Digital cameras use a CCD (Charged Coupled Device) to sense the colors of the
light and their intensity. The CCD can be likened to a very find piece of
graphing paper, with thousands of little squares (transistors) to which sense
the differences between the colors. There are three types of transistors used
in commonplace CCDs, red, green and blue. Each transistor then passes the
color and intensity it sensed to and Analog-to-digital converter (ADC). The
ADC then converts the information passed to it by the transistors into a
digital format, or binary 1's and 0's. The digital output of the ADC is then
passed to a Digital Signal Processor (DSP). The DSP adjusts the contrast and
other image details to get the perfect look and then compresses the data into
a file format like JPEG (Joint Photographics Expert Group).

Digital cameras may also have the ability to do an optical or a digital zoom
on an image. An optical zoom is when a lens is used to get a closer look at
the subject. A digital zoom is used to enhance the optical zoom for a larger
image even though the maximum size has been attained via optical zoom. Even
though an image can be resized later, it is suggested to use the built in
digital zoom of the camera at this point before any compression has been done
to the image. File formats like JPEG tend to degrade in quality when resized
more so then when the image is resized by the camera's software. This is due
to artifacts left behind from the compression.

A good resource for definitions of the terms used above is [Digital
Photography Review.] http://photo.askey.net/articles/glossary/ Please refer
there for more information. Kodak also has a good site with much information
on how things work, [Kodak Digital Learning Center] http://www.kodak.com/US/
en/digital/dlc/.
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2.2. Kodak Digital Camera Product Line

The technical specifications for the cameras in the Kodak Digital Camera
product line have been attained from owners of the cameras and from third
party web sites. None of the information in this section has been taken or
compared to any Kodak documentation or their web site. Please submit missing
and or incorrect information not obtained from copyrighted Kodak materials to
[mailto:khemicals@marblehorse.org] khemicals@marblehorse.org. This
information is useful to not only track the progression of digital cameras
and as a comparison tool but also for many other technical uses.
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2.2.1. DC5000

+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|CDD Resolution                       |2.1 Megapixel                        |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Resolution                     |1760 x 1168; 896 x 592 pixels        |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Quality Options                |Best, Better, Good                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Storage                        |Compact Flash Card                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Viewfinder                           |1.8?? TFT color LCD and optical      |
|                                     |viewfinder                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Lens                                 |2x zoom, autofocusing                |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Digital Zoom                         |3x                                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Focus Range                          |0.25m to infinity                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Exposure                             |Auto with manual override            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Shutter Speed                        |1/2 - 1/755 second                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Aperature Range                      |f/6.5 - f/13.0                       |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|ISO Equivalent                       |100                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Scripting                            |DigitaOS                             |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Burst Capture                        |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Time Lapse                           |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Orientation Sensor                   |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Self Timer                           |10 seconds                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Tripod Mount                         |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Flash                                |Strobe flash (9.8' range) and        |
|                                     |optional external flash sync         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|File Formats                         |JPEG (.JPG)                          |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|User Interface                       |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Power                                |4 AA batteries or AC Power Adapter   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Dimensions                           |140mm wide x 89mm deep x 83mm high   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Weight                               |1.0 lb without batteries             |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Video Out                            |NTSC or PAL                          |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+

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2.2.2. DC4800

+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|CDD Resolution                       |3.3 Megapixels                       |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Resolution                     |2160 x 1440; 1800 x 1200; 1536 x     |
|                                     |1024; 1080 x 720 pixels              |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Quality Options                |Uncompressed TIFF, Normal and Basic  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Storage                        |Compact Flash Card                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Viewfinder                           |1.8?? TFT color LCD and optical      |
|                                     |viewfinder                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Lens                                 |3x zoom, autofocusing                |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Digital Zoom                         |2x                                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Focus Range                          |7.8?? to infinity                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Exposure                             |Auto with manual override            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Shutter Speed                        |1/1000 - 16 seconds                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Aperature Range                      |f/2.8 - f/8.0                        |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|ISO Equivalent                       |100, 200 and 400                     |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Scripting                            |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Burst Capture                        |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Time Lapse                           |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Orientation Sensor                   |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Self Timer                           |10 seconds                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Tripod Mount                         |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Flash                                |Strobe flash (9.8' range)            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|File Formats                         |JPEG (.JPG), TIFF (.TIFF)            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|User Interface                       |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Power                                |LiIon rechargeable batter pack or    |
|                                     |optional AC adapter                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Dimensions                           |4.72?? wide x 2.56?? deep x 2.72??   |
|                                     |high                                 |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Weight                               |0.72 lb without batteries            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Video Out                            |NTSC or PAL                          |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+

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2.2.3. DC3800

+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|CDD Resolution                       |2.3 Megapixel                        |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Resolution                     |1792 x 1184; 896 x 592 pixels        |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Quality Options                |Best, Better, Good                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Storage                        |Compact Flash Card                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Viewfinder                           |1.5?? TFT color LCD and optical      |
|                                     |viewfinder                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Lens                                 |autofocusing                         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Digital Zoom                         |2x                                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Focus Range                          |8?? to infinity                      |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Exposure                             |Auto                                 |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Shutter Speed                        |1/2 - 1/1000 of a second             |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Aperature Range                      |f/2.8 - f/8.0                        |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|ISO Equivalent                       |100                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Scripting                            |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Burst Capture                        |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Time Lapse                           |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Orientation Sensor                   |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Self Timer                           |10 seconds                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Tripod Mount                         |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Flash                                |Strobe flash (8.2' range)            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|File Formats                         |JPEG (.JPG)                          |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|User Interface                       |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Power                                |2 AA batteries or AC Power Adapter   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Dimensions                           |3.7?? wide x 2.4?? deep x 1.3?? high |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Weight                               |0.36 lb without batteries            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Video Out                            |NTSC                                 |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+

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2.2.4. DC3400

+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|CDD Resolution                       |1901 x 1212 pixels                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Resolution                     |1760 x 1168; 896 x 592 pixels        |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Quality Options                |Best, Better, Good                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Storage                        |Compact Flash Card                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Viewfinder                           |1.8?? TFT Color LCD and optical      |
|                                     |viewfinder                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Lens                                 |2x zoom, autofocusing                |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Digital Zoom                         |3x                                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Focus Range                          |9.8?? to infinity                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Exposure                             |Auto                                 |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Shutter Speed                        |1/2 - 1/755 second                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Aperature Range                      |Wide: f/3.1 - f/8.1; Telephoto: f/3.9|
|                                     |- 10.3                               |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|ISO Equivalent                       |100                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Scripting                            |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Burst Capture                        |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Time Lapse                           |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Orientation Sensor                   |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Self Timer                           |10 seconds                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Tripod Mount                         |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Flash                                |Strobe flash (9.8' range) and        |
|                                     |optional external flash sync         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|File Formats                         |JPEG (.JPG)                          |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|User Interface                       |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Power                                |4 AA batteries or AC Power Adapter   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Dimensions                           |5.2?? wide x 2.1?? deep x 3.0?? high |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Weight                               |0.75 lb without batteries            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Video Out                            |NTSC or PAL                          |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+

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2.2.5. DC3200

+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|CDD Resolution                       |1280 x 960                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Resolution                     |1152 x 864; 576 x 432 pixels         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Quality Options                |Best, Better, Good                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Storage                        |2 MB Internal and Compact Flash Card |
|                                     |slot                                 |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Viewfinder                           |1.6?? TFT color LCD and optical      |
|                                     |viewfinder                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Lens                                 |autofocusing                         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Digital Zoom                         |2x                                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Focus Range                          |24?? to infinity                     |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Exposure                             |Auto                                 |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Shutter Speed                        |1/4 - 1/500 of a second              |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Aperature Range                      |f/3.6 - f/8.0                        |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|ISO Equivalent                       |100                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Scripting                            |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Burst Capture                        |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Time Lapse                           |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Orientation Sensor                   |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Self Timer                           |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Tripod Mount                         |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Flash                                |Strobe flash (8' range)              |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|File Formats                         |JPEG (.JPG)                          |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|User Interface                       |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Power                                |4 AA batteries                       |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Dimensions                           |4.45?? wide x 3.19?? deep x 2.1??    |
|                                     |high                                 |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Weight                               |0.475 lb without batteries           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Video Out                            |NTSC only (US Version) or NTSC/PAL   |
|                                     |(Canadian Version)                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+

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2.2.6. DC290

+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|CDD Resolution                       |1901 x 1212 pixels                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Resolution                     |2240 x 1500; 1792 x 1200; 1440 x 960;|
|                                     |720 x 480 pixels                     |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Quality Options                |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Storage                        |Compact Flash Card                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Viewfinder                           |2.0?? TFT color LCD and optical      |
|                                     |viewfinder                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Lens                                 |3x zoom, autofocusing                |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Digital Zoom                         |2x                                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Focus Range                          |12?? to infinity                     |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Exposure                             |Auto with manual override            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Shutter Speed                        |1/400 - 16 second                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Aperature Range                      |Wide: f/3.0 - f/15.3; Telephoto: f/  |
|                                     |4.7 - f/16.0                         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|ISO Equivalent                       |100                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Scripting                            |DigitaOS                             |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Burst Capture                        |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Time Lapse                           |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Orientation Sensor                   |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Self Timer                           |10 seconds                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Tripod Mount                         |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Flash                                |Strobe flash (9.8' range) and        |
|                                     |optional external flash sync         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|File Formats                         |JPEG (.JPG) and Flashpix (.FPX)      |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|User Interface                       |GUI                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Power                                |4 AA batteries or AC Power Adapter   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Dimensions                           |4.6?? wide x 2.2?? deep x 4.2?? high |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Weight                               |1.2 lb without batteries             |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Video Out                            |NTSC or PAL                          |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+

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2.2.7. DC280

+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|CDD Resolution                       |1901 x 1212 pixels                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Resolution                     |1760 x 1168; 896 x 592 pixels        |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Quality Options                |Best, Better and Good                |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Storage                        |Compact Flash Card                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Viewfinder                           |1.8?? TFT color LCD and optical      |
|                                     |viewfinder                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Lens                                 |3x zoom, autofocusing                |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Digital Zoom                         |2x                                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Focus Range                          |0.5m - Infinity; 0.25m - 0.5m        |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Exposure                             |Auto with manual override            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Shutter Speed                        |1/2 - 1/755 second                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Aperature Range                      |Wide: f/3.0 - f/7.6; Telephoto: f/3.8|
|                                     |- f/9.6                              |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|ISO Equivalent                       |70                                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Scripting                            |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Burst Capture                        |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Time Lapse                           |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Orientation Sensor                   |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Self Timer                           |10 seconds                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Tripod Mount                         |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Flash                                |Strobe flash (9.6' range)            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|File Formats                         |JPEG (.JPG)                          |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|User Interface                       |GUI                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Power                                |4 AA batteries or AC Power Adapter   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Dimensions                           |5.2?? wide x 2.0?? deep x 3.0?? high |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Weight                               |0.75 lb without batteries            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Video Out                            |NTSC or PAL                          |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+

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2.2.8. DC265

+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|CDD Resolution                       |1548 x 1032 pixels                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Resolution                     |1536 x 1024; 1152 x 768; 768 x 512   |
|                                     |pixels                               |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Quality Options                |Best, Better, Good                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Storage                        |Compact Flash Card                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Viewfinder                           |2.0?? TFT color LCD and optical      |
|                                     |viewfinder                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Lens                                 |3x zoom, autofocusing                |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Digital Zoom                         |2x                                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Focus Range                          |12?? to infinity                     |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Exposure                             |Auto with manual override            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Shutter Speed                        |1/4 - 1/400 of a second              |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Aperature Range                      |Wide: f/3.0 - f/14.0; Telephoto: f/  |
|                                     |4.7 - f/22.0                         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|ISO Equivalent                       |100                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Scripting                            |DigitaOS                             |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Burst Capture                        |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Time Lapse                           |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Orientation Sensor                   |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Self Timer                           |10 seconds                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Tripod Mount                         |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Flash                                |Strobe flash (9.8' range) and        |
|                                     |optional external flash sync         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|File Formats                         |JPEG (.JPG) and Flashpix (.FPX)      |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|User Interface                       |GUI                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Power                                |4 AA batteries or AC Power Adapter   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Dimensions                           |4.6?? wide x 2.2?? deep x 4.2?? high |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Weight                               |1.2 lb without batteries             |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Video Out                            |NTSC or PAL                          |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+

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2.2.9. DC260 (discontinued)

+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|CDD Resolution                       |1548 x 1032 pixels                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Resolution                     |1536 x 1024; 1152 x 768; 768 x 512   |
|                                     |pixels                               |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Quality Options                |Best, Better, Good                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Storage                        |Compact Flash Card                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Viewfinder                           |2.0?? TFT color LCD and optical      |
|                                     |viewfinder                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Lens                                 |3x zoom, autofocusing                |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Digital Zoom                         |2x                                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Focus Range                          |12?? to infinity                     |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Exposure                             |Auto with manual override            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Shutter Speed                        |1/4 - 1/400 of a second              |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Aperature Range                      |Wide: f/3.0 - f/14.0; Telephoto: f/  |
|                                     |4.7 - f/22.0                         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|ISO Equivalent                       |100                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Scripting                            |DigitaOS                             |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Burst Capture                        |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Time Lapse                           |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Orientation Sensor                   |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Self Timer                           |10 seconds                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Tripod Mount                         |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Flash                                |Strobe flash (9.8' range) and        |
|                                     |optional external flash sync         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|File Formats                         |JPEG (.JPG) and Flashpix (.FPX)      |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|User Interface                       |GUI                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Power                                |4 AA batteries or AC Power Adapter   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Dimensions                           |4.6?? wide x 2.2?? deep x 4.2?? high |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Weight                               |1.2 lb without batteries             |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Video Out                            |NTSC or PAL                          |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+

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2.2.10. DC240 / DC240i

+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|CDD Resolution                       |1344 x 971 pixels                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Resolution                     |1280 x 960; 640 x 480 pixels         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Quality Options                |Best, Better, Good                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Storage                        |Compact Flash Card                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Viewfinder                           |1.8?? TFT color LCD and optical      |
|                                     |viewfinder                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Lens                                 |3x zoom, autofocusing                |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Digital Zoom                         |2x                                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Focus Range                          |19.6?? to infinity; 9.8?? to 19.6??  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Exposure                             |Auto with manual override            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Shutter Speed                        |1/2 - 1/755 of a second              |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Aperature Range                      |Wide: f/2.8 - f/16.0; Telephoto: f/  |
|                                     |4.5 - f/25.7                         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|ISO Equivalent                       |140                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Scripting                            |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Burst Capture                        |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Time Lapse                           |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Orientation Sensor                   |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Self Timer                           |10 seconds                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Tripod Mount                         |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Flash                                |Strobe flash (9.8' range)            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|File Formats                         |JPEG (.JPG)                          |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|User Interface                       |GUI                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Power                                |4 AA batteries or AC Power Adapter   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Dimensions                           |5.2?? wide x 2.0?? deep x 3.0?? high |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Weight                               |0.7 lb without batteries             |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Video Out                            |NTSC or PAL                          |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+

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2.2.11. DC220 (discontinued)

+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|CDD Resolution                       |1174 x 884 pixels                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Resolution                     |1152 x 864; 640 x 480 pixels         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Quality Options                |Best, Better, Good                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Storage                        |Compact Flash Card                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Viewfinder                           |2.0?? TFT color LCD and optical      |
|                                     |viewfinder                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Lens                                 |2x focus free zoom                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Digital Zoom                         |2x                                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Focus Range                          |8?? to infinity                      |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Exposure                             |Auto with manual override            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Shutter Speed                        |1/2 - 1/360 of a second              |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Aperature Range                      |Wide: f/4.0 - f/13.5; Telephoto: f/  |
|                                     |4.7 - f/16.0                         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|ISO Equivalent                       |140                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Scripting                            |DigitaOS                             |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Burst Capture                        |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Time Lapse                           |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Orientation Sensor                   |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Self Timer                           |10 seconds                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Tripod Mount                         |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Flash                                |Strobe flash (9.8' range) and        |
|                                     |optional external flash sync         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|File Formats                         |JPEG (.JPG) and Flashpix (.FPX)      |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|User Interface                       |GUI                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Power                                |4 AA batteries or AC Power Adapter   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Dimensions                           |4.6?? wide x 2.2?? deep x 4.2?? high |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Weight                               |1.2 lb without batteries             |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Video Out                            |NTSC or PAL                          |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+

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2.2.12. DC215 / DC215 Metallics

+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|CDD Resolution                       |1174 x 884 pixels                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Resolution                     |1152 x 768; 640 x 480 pixels         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Quality Options                |Best, Better, Good                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Storage                        |Compact Flash Card                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Viewfinder                           |1.8?? TFT color LCD and optical      |
|                                     |viewfinder                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Lens                                 |2x focus free zoom                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Digital Zoom                         |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Focus Range                          |8?? to infinity                      |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Exposure                             |Auto with manual override            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Shutter Speed                        |1/2 - 1/362 of a second              |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Aperature Range                      |Wide: f/3.0 - f/13.5; Telephoto: f/  |
|                                     |4.79 - f/16.0                        |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|ISO Equivalent                       |140                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Scripting                            |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Burst Capture                        |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Time Lapse                           |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Orientation Sensor                   |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Self Timer                           |10 seconds                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Tripod Mount                         |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Flash                                |Strobe flash (9.8' range)            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|File Formats                         |JPEG (.JPG) and Flashpix (.FPX)      |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|User Interface                       |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Power                                |4 AA batteries or AC Power Adapter   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Dimensions                           |4.5?? wide x 1.7?? deep x 2.7?? high |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Weight                               |0.66 lb without batteries            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Video Out                            |NTSC or PAL                          |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+

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2.2.13. DC210 (discontinued)

+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|CDD Resolution                       |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Resolution                     |1152 x 864; 640 x 480 pixels         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Quality Options                |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Storage                        |Compact Flash Card                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Viewfinder                           |1.8?? TFT color LCD and optical      |
|                                     |viewfinder                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Lens                                 |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Digital Zoom                         |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Focus Range                          |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Exposure                             |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Shutter Speed                        |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Aperature Range                      |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|ISO Equivalent                       |140                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Scripting                            |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Burst Capture                        |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Time Lapse                           |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Orientation Sensor                   |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Self Timer                           |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Tripod Mount                         |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Flash                                |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|File Formats                         |JPEG (.JPG) and Flashpix (.FPX)      |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|User Interface                       |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Power                                |4 AA batteries or AC Power Adapter   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Dimensions                           |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Weight                               |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Video Out                            |NTSC or PAL                          |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+

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2.2.14. DC210 Plus

+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|CDD Resolution                       |1174 x 884 pixels                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Resolution                     |1152 x 864; 640 x 480 pixels         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Quality Options                |Best, Better, Good                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Storage                        |Compact Flash Card                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Viewfinder                           |1.8?? TFT color LCD and optical      |
|                                     |viewfinder                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Lens                                 |2x focus free zoom                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Digital Zoom                         |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Focus Range                          |8?? to infinity                      |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Exposure                             |Auto with manual override            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Shutter Speed                        |1/2 - 1/362 of a second              |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Aperature Range                      |Wide: f/4.0 - f/13.5; Telephoto: f/  |
|                                     |4.7 - f/16.0                         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|ISO Equivalent                       |140                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Scripting                            |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Burst Capture                        |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Time Lapse                           |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Orientation Sensor                   |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Self Timer                           |10 seconds                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Tripod Mount                         |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Flash                                |Strobe flash (9.8' range)            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|File Formats                         |JPEG (.JPG) and Flashpix (.FPX)      |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|User Interface                       |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Power                                |4 AA batteries or AC Power Adapter   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Dimensions                           |5.2?? wide x 1.9?? deep x 3.2?? high |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Weight                               |0.75 lb without batteries            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Video Out                            |NTSC or PAL                          |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+

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2.2.15. DC200 (discontinued)

+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|CDD Resolution                       |1160 x 872 pixels                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Resolution                     |1152 x 864; 640 x 480 pixels         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Quality Options                |Best, Better, Good                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Storage                        |Compact Flash Card                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Viewfinder                           |1.8?? TFT color LCD and optical      |
|                                     |viewfinder                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Lens                                 |focus free                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Digital Zoom                         |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Focus Range                          |27?? to infinity                     |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Exposure                             |Auto                                 |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Shutter Speed                        |1/2 - 1/362 of a second              |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Aperature Range                      |f/4.0 - f/13.5                       |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|ISO Equivalent                       |140                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Scripting                            |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Burst Capture                        |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Time Lapse                           |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Orientation Sensor                   |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Self Timer                           |10 seconds                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Tripod Mount                         |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Flash                                |Strobe flash (9.8' range) and        |
|                                     |optional external flash sync         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|File Formats                         |JPEG (.JPG) and Flashpix (.FPX)      |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|User Interface                       |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Power                                |4 AA batteries or AC Power Adapter   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Dimensions                           |5.2?? wide x 1.9?? deep x 3.2?? high |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Weight                               |0.75 lb without batteries            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Video Out                            |NTSC or PAL                          |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+

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2.2.16. DC200 Plus

+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|CDD Resolution                       |1160 x 872 pixels                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Resolution                     |1152 x 864; 640 x 480 pixels         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Quality Options                |Best, Better, Good                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Storage                        |Compact Flash Card                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Viewfinder                           |1.8?? TFT color LCD and optical      |
|                                     |viewfinder                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Lens                                 |focus free                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Digital Zoom                         |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Focus Range                          |27?? to infinity                     |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Exposure                             |Auto with manual override            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Shutter Speed                        |1/2 - 1/362 of a second              |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Aperature Range                      |f/4.0 - f/13.5                       |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|ISO Equivalent                       |140                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Scripting                            |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Burst Capture                        |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Time Lapse                           |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Orientation Sensor                   |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Self Timer                           |10 seconds                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Tripod Mount                         |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Flash                                |Strobe flash (9.8' range) and        |
|                                     |optional external flash sync         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|File Formats                         |JPEG (.JPG) and Flashpix (.FPX)      |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|User Interface                       |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Power                                |4 AA batteries or AC Power Adapter   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Dimensions                           |5.2?? wide x 1.9?? deep x 3.2?? high |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Weight                               |0.75 lb without batteries            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Video Out                            |NTSC or PAL                          |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+

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2.2.17. DC120 (discontinued)

+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|CDD Resolution                       |850 x 984 pixels                     |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Resolution                     |1280 x 960 pixels                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Quality Options                |Uncompressed, Best, Better, Good     |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Storage                        |2MB Internal Storage and Compact     |
|                                     |Flash Card                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Viewfinder                           |1.6?? color LCD                      |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Lens                                 |3x zoom, autofocusing                |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Digital Zoom                         |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Focus Range                          |7.9?? to infinity                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Exposure                             |Auto with manual override            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Shutter Speed                        |1/500 - 16 seconds                   |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Aperature Range                      |Wide: f/2.5 - f/16.0; Telephoto: f/  |
|                                     |3.8 - f/24.0                         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|ISO Equivalent                       |160                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Scripting                            |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Burst Capture                        |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Time Lapse                           |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Orientation Sensor                   |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Self Timer                           |10 seconds                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Tripod Mount                         |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Flash                                |Strobe flash and optional external   |
|                                     |flash sync                           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|File Formats                         |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|User Interface                       |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Power                                |4 AA batteries                       |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Dimensions                           |4.3?? wide x 5.7?? deep x 2.2?? high |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Weight                               |1.15 lb without batteries            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Video Out                            |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+

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2.2.18. DC50 (discontinued)

No specifications have been submitted for this camera yet.
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2.2.19. DC40 (discontinued)

No specifications have been submitted for this camera yet.
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2.2.20. DC25 (discontinued)

+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|CDD Resolution                      |?                                   |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|Image Resolution                    |493 x 373; 320 x 240 pixels         |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|Image Quality Options               |?                                   |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|Image Storage                       |Compact Flash Card                  |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|Viewfinder                          |1.6?? color LCD                     |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|Lens                                |focus free                          |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|Digital Zoom                        |?                                   |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|Focus Range                         |0.5m to infinity                    |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|Exposure                            |Auto                                |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|Shutter Speed                       |1/30 - 1/4000 of a second           |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|Aperature Range                     |f/4.0 - f/11.0                      |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|ISO Equivalent                      |800/1600                            |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|Scripting                           |?                                   |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|Burst Capture                       |?                                   |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|Time Lapse                          |?                                   |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|Orientation Sensor                  |?                                   |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|Self Timer                          |10 seconds                          |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|Tripod Mount                        |?                                   |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|Flash                               |Strobe flash                        |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|File Formats                        |?                                   |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|User Interface                      |?                                   |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|Power                               |2 3V Lithium                        |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|Dimensions                          |5.1?? wide x 1.6?? deep x 2.8?? high|
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|Weight                              |0.59 lb with batteries              |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
|Video Out                           |?                                   |
+------------------------------------+------------------------------------+

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2.2.21. DC20 (discontinued)

+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|CDD Resolution                    |?                                 |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|Image Resolution                  |493 x 373; 320 x 240 pixels       |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|Image Quality Options             |?                                 |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|Image Storage                     |1 MB Internal                     |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|Viewfinder                        |?                                 |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|Lens                              |focus free                        |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|Digital Zoom                      |?                                 |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|Focus Range                       |0.5m to infinity                  |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|Exposure                          |Auto                              |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|Shutter Speed                     |1/30 - 1/4000 of a second         |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|Aperature Range                   |f/4.0 - f/11.0                    |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|ISO Equivalent                    |800/1600                          |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|Scripting                         |?                                 |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|Burst Capture                     |?                                 |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|Time Lapse                        |?                                 |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|Orientation Sensor                |?                                 |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|Self Timer                        |?                                 |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|Tripod Mount                      |?                                 |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|Flash                             |?                                 |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|File Formats                      |?                                 |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|User Interface                    |?                                 |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|Power                             |3V Lithium                        |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|Dimensions                        |102mm wide x 31mm deep x 61mm high|
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|Weight                            |0.26 lb without batteries         |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
|Video Out                         |?                                 |
+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+

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2.2.22. EZ200

+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|CDD Resolution                       |640 x 480                            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Resolution                     |640 x 480, 320 x 240; 160 x 120      |
|                                     |pixels                               |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Quality Options                |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Image Storage                        |4 MB Internal                        |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Viewfinder                           |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Lens                                 |manual focus                         |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Digital Zoom                         |none                                 |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Focus Range                          |2?? to infinity                      |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Exposure                             |Auto                                 |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Shutter Speed                        |1/4 - 1/500 of a second              |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Aperature Range                      |f/2.3 fixed                          |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|ISO Equivalent                       |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Scripting                            |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Burst Capture                        |Yes (and streaming)                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Time Lapse                           |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Orientation Sensor                   |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Self Timer                           |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Tripod Mount                         |Yes                                  |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Flash                                |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|File Formats                         |JPEG (.jpg) and AVI (.avi)           |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|User Interface                       |?                                    |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Power                                |2 AAA Batteries and USB              |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Dimensions                           |2.6?? wide x 1.4?? deep x 2.7?? high |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Weight                               |0.2 lb without batteries             |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+
|Video Out                            |Computer Teleconferencing            |
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+

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2.3. Communicating With Digital Cameras

2.3.1. RS232 Communications In a Nutshell

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2.3.2. USB Communications In a Nutshell

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2.3.3. IrDA Communications In a Nutshell

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3. Communicating With the DC-Series Cameras

The below sections are specific to camera models and/or groups of camera
models. A particular camera model may be listed in more than one section as
it may be supported by more than one method. One method may be easier than
another and a specific method may meet your needs better. Select the method
used carefully and read all the options before choosing one, it could save a
lot of time later on.

If a PC-Card reader is available, or a laptop computer with one built in,
following the Compact Flash PC Card Adapter/PCMCIA-ATA Storage Card should be
generic enough to work on almost all Kodak DC-Series Cameras and many
non-Kodak digital cameras. Be aware that there are adapters for almost all
memory devices used in digital cameras to another more common technology.
Floppy Disk adapters for smart memory cards may work for cameras that use
smart memory cards. These methods also tend to offer fast data transfer rates
and are the preferred method of many.

Although something may not be mentioned as to working with a particular piece
of software don't assume that means the camera does not work with the
software package. Often a camera works with the protocols other digital
cameras use and past methods will work. If one finds a method works that is
not mentioned in the HOWTO don't neglect to send in the information to this
documents author, [mailto:khemicals@marblehorse.org] David Burley.
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3.1. DC40, DC50, DC120, DC200, DC210

All of these cameras provide mechanisms for data transfer via standard RS232
serial port. This section is tailored to those who wish to use their digital
camera with the kdpci application. The following steps are untested, however
there is no reason for them to not work. If one finds that the steps do or do
not work please send a report to [mailto:khemicals@marblehorse.org] David
Burley so that the status may be noted here.
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3.1.1. Serial Camera Control

Additional notes regarding transfer of data from these cameras using RS232
serial support will be added in a future version of this HOWTO. All GNU/Linux
distributions should be configured in such a way with a default install that
serial communications with the camera should not require any kernel
configuration at all. See the kdcpi portion of the Software section for more
information regarding use and configuration of kdcpi.
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3.2. DC20, DC25, DC200+, DC210, DC210+ Zoom, DC215, DC220, DC220+, DC240,
DC260, DC265, DC280, DC290

All of the cameras provide mechanisms for data transfer via standard RS232
serial port. Some of the cameras provide mechanisms for data transfer via USB
(universal serial bus). This section is tailored to those who wish to use
their digital camera with gPhoto. Please refer to the gPhoto portion of the
Software section of this document for more information pertaining to
application usage.

The following steps are untested, however there is no reason for them to not
work. If one finds that the steps do or do not work please send a report to
[mailto:khemicals@marblehorse.org] David Burley so that the status may be
noted here.
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3.2.1. Serial Camera Control

Additional notes regarding transfer of data from these cameras using RS232
serial support will be added in a future version of this HOWTO. All GNU/Linux
distributions should be configured in a such a way with a default install
that serial communications with the camera should not require any kernel
configuration at all. See the gPhoto portion of the Software section for more
information regarding use and installation of gPhoto.
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3.2.2. USB Camera Control

There are no special drivers or kernel changes needed to support the DC220,
DC260, DC265 and DC290 cameras under this configuration. gPhoto contains the
necesary drivers to support USB transfer from these cameras. However if the
dc2xx kernel module is loaded it may be necesary to remove it else a resource
busy error may occur. To remove the module run the following command:
bash# /sbin/rmmod dc2xx                                                      
                                                                             

Attempting to remove the module even if it is not loaded will not cause any
harm, so it is suggested that one remove it before starting gPhoto and
connecting to the camera via USB. See the gPhoto portion of the Software
section for more information regarding use and installation of gPhoto.
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3.3. DC220, DC260, DC265, DC290 (HP Photosmart C500?)

The cameras provide mechanisms for data transfer via standard RS232 serial
port, USB (Universal Serial Bus) and IrDA (infrared) interface. Additionally,
images may be offloaded from the camera through the removal of the camera's
Compact Flash Card and use of a Compact Flash PC Card Adapter in a PC Card
reader or notebook PC Card slot. Currently these cameras are supported by
OpenDiS for USB, IrDA and Serial data transfer. For usage examples and
information on how to install and configure the application to work with the
cameras, refer to the Open Digita Services portion of the Software section.

Please note that the steps below have only been verified to work with the
Kodak DC-265; reports of other models that work with the same steps should be
sent to [mailto:khemicals@marblehorse.org] David Burley. There is no reason
the steps should not work for all digital cameras that run DigitaOS.
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3.3.1. Serial Camera Control

Additional notes regarding transfer of data from DigitaOS enabled cameras
using RS232 serial support will be added in a future version of this HOWTO.
All distributions should be configured in such a way with a default install
that serial communications with the camera should not require any kernel
configuration at all. See the OpenDiS and/or Digita Operating Environment --
Command Device Protocol Python Script portion of the Software section for
information regarding serial camera control.
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3.3.2. 2.2.x Kernel USB Support

This section only applies to those running a 2.2.x series kernel. For those
running a 2.4.x series kernel skip this section. At the moment the USB
implementation in the 2.2.x series is insufficient and substantially out of
date. As such, most USB devices are unsupported natively with the included
drivers. However there is a patch available for the 2.2.15 - 2.2.17 kernels.

What software is needed (if not already present):

 1. [http://www.suse.cz/development/usb-backport/
    usb-2.4.0-test2-pre2-for-2.2.16-v3.diff.gz]
    usb-2.4.0-test2-pre2-for-2.2.16-v3.diff.gz
   
 2. [ftp://ftp.us.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v2.2/linux-2.2.17.tar.gz] Linux
    Kernel 2.2.17
   

This document assumes a working knowledge of kernel and program compiling. If
unfamiliar with the process please go and read the [http://howto.tucows.com/
LDP/HOWTO/Kernel-HOWTO.html] Kernel-HOWTO.

Applying the patch:
bash# cp usb-2.4.0-test2-pre2-for-2.2.16-v3.diff.gz /usr/src                 
bash# gunzip /usr/src/usb-2.4.0-test2-pre2-for-2.2.16-v3.diff.gz             
bash# cd /usr/src/linux                                                      
bash# patch -p1 < ../usb-2.4.0-test2-pre2-for-2.2.16-v3.diff                 
                                                                             

Select the following to be built as either modules or part of your kernel:

 1. Support for your USB controller (It is suggested that all of these be
    compiled as modules unless the controller type is known.).
   
 2. USB Kodak DC-2xx Camera Support.
   
 3. Preliminary USB Device Filesystem.
   

Reboot the system and then load the created modules if the support is not
compiled into the kernel. To load the modules do the following:
bash# /sbin/insmod /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/usb/usbcore.o                    
                                                                             

Use the following if the USB controller uses either an Intel or a VIA
chipset. Some others may also be supported:
bash# /sbin/insmod /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/usb/usb-uhci.o                   
                                                                             

Use the following if the above did not work and this is the controller type:
bash# /sbin/insmod /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/usb/uhci.o                       
                                                                             

Use this if the USB controller uses an SiS chipset, is a Compaq, or because
the above two didn't seem to work and this is the only option left to try.
bash# /sbin/insmod /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/usb/usb-ohci-hcd.o               
                                                                             

Load the module for Kodak Digital Camera support:
bash# /sbin/insmod /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/usb/dc2xx.o                      
                                                                             

Mount the USB Device Filesystem:
bash# mount -t usbdevfs ignored /proc/bus/usb                                
                                                                             
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3.3.3. 2.4.x Kernel USB Support

This section only applies to those running a 2.4.x series kernel. For those
running a 2.2.x series kernel skip this section and follow the 2.2.x Kernel
USB Support section. The 2.4.x series kernels have USB supported natively
which makes it a bit easier to configure than for the 2.2.x kernel series.

What software is needed (if not already present):

 1. [ftp://ftp.us.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v2.4/linux-2.4.0.tar.gz] Linux
    Kernel 2.4.0
   

This document assumes a working knowledge of kernel and program compiling. If
unfamiliar with the process please go and read the [http://howto.tucows.com/
LDP/HOWTO/Kernel-HOWTO.html] Kernel-HOWTO.

Select the following to be built as either modules or part of your kernel:

 1. Support for your USB controller (It is suggested that all of these be
    compiled as modules unless the controller type is known.).
   
 2. USB Kodak DC-2xx Camera Support.
   
 3. Preliminary USB Device Filesystem.
   

Reboot the system and then load the created modules if the support is not
compiled into the kernel. To load the modules do the following:
bash# /sbin/insmod /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/usb/usbcore.o                    
                                                                             

Use the following if the USB controller uses either an Intel or a VIA
chipset. Some others may also be supported:
bash# /sbin/insmod /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/usb/usb-uhci.o                   
                                                                             

Use the following if the above did not work and this is the controller type:
bash# /sbin/insmod /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/usb/uhci.o                       
                                                                             

Use this if the USB controller uses an SiS chipset, is a Compaq, or because
the above two didn't seem to work and this is the only option left to try.
bash# /sbin/insmod /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/usb/usb-ohci-hcd.o               
                                                                             

Load the module for Kodak Digital Camera support:
bash# /sbin/insmod /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/usb/dc2xx.o                      
                                                                             

Mount the USB Device Filesystem:
bash# mount -t usbdevfs ignored /proc/bus/usb                                
                                                                             
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3.3.4. Kernel USB Devices

The following is a bash shell script designed to create all 16 Kodak devices
for use with both the current 2.4.x kernel series and the obsoleted 2.2.X
kernel series with the current USB backport. Copy the text below into a file
named MakeKodakDev, then make that file executable by typing 'chmod +x
MakeKodakDev' and then run the script ./MakeKodakDev as root (or su'd to
root) it will create the devices so they don't have to be made individually
by hand.

It creates as per the dc2xx.txt file in the kernel documentation the
following 16 devices:

/dev/dc2xx0 type=character major=180 minor=80

...

/dev/dc2xx16 type=character major=180 minor=95
# Filename: MakeKodakDev                                                     
# Creates the device files for USB access of Kodak digital cameras.          
# Last Modified January 6, 2001                                              
# Please see the Kodak Digital Camera HOWTO for more information             
# http://www.marblehorse.org/projects/documentation/kodak/                   
#!/bin/sh                                                                    
                                                                             
export scrapvar=0                                                            
                                                                             
   while [ $scrapvar -lt 17 ];                                               
      do mknod -m 0666 /dev/dc2xx$scrapvar c 180 $(( $scrapvar + 80 ));      
      scrapvar=$(( $scrapvar + 1 ));                                         
   done                                                                      
                                                                             
# EOF                                                                        
                                                                             
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3.3.5. Kernel IrDA Support

Most newer distributions come with IrDA support and the proper utilities to
handle IrDA. Redhat 7.0 is one of them. However for the rest of us some
configuration will be necessary. Get a copy of the latest kernel (2.2.x
series or above) and compile all the IrDA features in as modules. IrDA works
a lot like PCMCIA support in GNU/Linux so it is important to have all the
modules for any other IrDA devices one may have. There is a good HOWTO on
compiling a new kernel, the [http://howto.tucows.com/LDP/HOWTO/
Kernel-HOWTO.html] Kernel-HOWTO. Please refer to it for questions regarding
configuring and compiling a new Linux kernel.
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3.3.6. IrDA Utils Software

The next step in configuring IrDA support is installing the irda-utils
package. Unfortunately, at the time of the current version of this HOWTO, the
author had problems locating the source archive for the utilities so he took
the one Redhat uses to build their RPM for Redhat 7.0. Please note that root
permissions will be necesary to run the commands needed to install the
software but should not be necesary to access the camera.

What software is needed (if not present already):

 1. [http://www.marblehorse.org/projects/documentation/kodak/
    irda-utils-0.9.10+patches.tar.gz] irda-utils 0.9.10 and patches
   
 2. [http://www.marblehorse.org/projects/documentation/kodak/
    irda-utils-0.9.10+patches.tar.gz.asc] gpg signature for the irda-utils
    archive
   

Extracting the archive, patching, compiling and installing it:
bash# cp irda-utils-0.9.10+patches.tar.gz /usr/src                           
bash# cd /usr/src                                                            
bash# tar zxvf irda-utils-0.9.10+patches.tar.gz                              
bash# tar zxvf irda-utils-0.9.10.tar.gz                                      
bash# cd irda-utils-0.9.10                                                   
bash# patch -p1 < ../irda-utils-0.9.4-chkconfig.patch                        
bash# patch -p1 < ../irda-utils-typo.patch                                   
bash# patch -p1 < ../irda-utils-redhat.patch                                 
bash# make                                                                   
bash# make install                                                           
                                                                             
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3.3.7. Creating the IrDA Device Nodes

The device nodes are necesary so that the application can talk to the driver
for the device. Although the irlpt devices are not necesary to get the camera
working, creating them now will save the time of having to look them up how
to do it later if you do ever need them.
bash# mknod -m 0666 /dev/ircomm0 c 161 0                                     
bash# mknod -m 0666 /dev/ircomm1 c 161 1                                     
bash# mknod -m 0666 /dev/irlpt0 c 161 16                                     
bash# mknod -m 0666 /dev/irlpt1 c 161 17                                     
                                                                             
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3.3.8. Modifying /etc/conf.modules or /etc/modules.conf

Use a text editor and open up /etc/conf.modules or /etc/modules.conf
depending on your distribution. Add the following three lines to the file
while being careful not to change any others.
#IrDA                                                                        
alias tty-ldisc-11 irtty                                                     
alias char-major-161 ircomm-tty                                              
                                                                             
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3.3.9. Enabling IrDA and Testing for Connectivity

Irmanager is what starts and stops the proper IrDA modules. The d1 flag tells
irmanager to enter discovery mode.

As user root run the following command:
bash# /usr/sbin/irmanager -d1                                                
                                                                             

Put the camera into connect mode and turn it on. Make sure that the camera is
close to and facing the IrDA port on the computer. Run the following to see
if there are any communications via IrDA:
bash$ /usr/bin/irdadump                                                      
                                                                             

After running the command one should see output similar to the following:
00:04:10.608823 xid:cmd bedcb551 > ffffffff S=6 s=2 (14)                                           
00:04:10.698818 xid:cmd bedcb551 > ffffffff S=6 s=3 (14)                                           
00:04:10.788815 xid:rsp bedcb551 < 5f36a4a1 S=6 s=3 Kodak DC265 Zoom hint=8404 [ Computer IrCOMM ] 
(33) 00:04:10.798819 xid:cmd bedcb551 > ffffffff S=6 s=4 (14)                                      
00:04:10.888815 xid:cmd bedcb551 > ffffffff S=6 s=5 (14)                                           
00:04:10.978818 xid:cmd bedcb551 > ffffffff S=6 s=* armstrong hint=0400 [ Computer ] (25)          
                                                                                                   
6 packets received by filter                                                                       
                                                                                                   

If the previous message was not displayed, try relocating the camera closer
or further away from the IrDA port and ensure that there is not too much
external interference in the environment in the form of light. Also if the
machine is a laptop with a PC-Card (or PCMCIA) modem removing it may help
resolve the issue.
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3.4. Compact Flash PC Card Adapter/PCMCIA-ATA Storage Card

This section is for those who wish to utilize maximum data transfer rate and
save the battery power in the camera's batteries. The method of connectivity
suggested in this section applies to all Kodak DC-Series cameras that use
either PCMCIA-ATA storage cards or Compact Flash Cards. This method of
picture access only allows for storage, retrieval, and deletion of images on
a Compact Flash Card. These instructions are tested with a Kodak 16 MB
Picture Card and a SanDisk CompactFlash PC Card Adapter on a Dell Inspiron
7000 notebook computer.

What software is needed (if not already present):

 1. [http://download.sourceforge.net/pcmcia-cs/pcmcia-cs-3.1.21.tar.gz]
    PCMCIA-CS-3.1.21
   

This document assumes a working knowledge of kernel and program compiling. If
unfamiliar with the process it is strongly suggested to go and read the
[http://howto.tucows.com/LDP/HOWTO/Kernel-HOWTO.html] Kernel-HOWTO.

Select the following to be built as either modules or part of your kernel:

 1. DOS FAT fs support
   
 2. VFAT (Windows-95) fs support
   

Reboot the system and then load the created modules each time access to the
compact flash card is desired if the support is not compiled into the kernel.
To load the modules do the following:
bash# /sbin/insmod /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/fat.o                            
bash# /sbin/insmod /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/vfat.o                           
                                                                             

Compile and configure PCMCIA-CS. This part of the process is beyond the scope
of this document, however there is a document with such information that can
be found in the [http://pcmcia-cs.sourceforge.net/ftp/doc/PCMCIA-HOWTO.html]
PCMCIA-HOWTO. There is also most likely a pre-packaged version for the
distribution of GNU/Linux the computer running. This step can be greatly
simplified if a pre-packaged version is used.

Using the Compact Flash PC Card Adapter:

Create a directory to mount the Compact Flash Card to.
bash# mkdir /flashcard                                                       
                                                                             

Insert the Compact Flash Card into the Compact Flash PC Card Adapter (both
should face the same direction. Note that this step is unnecessary for the
cameras that use a PCMCIA-ATA storage card.).

Insert the Compact Flash PC Card Adapter or PCMCIA-ATA storage card into the
PC-Card slot of the notebook computer.

Mount the card to /flashcard (The Compact Flash Card PC Card Adapter/
PCMCIA-ATA storage card is assigned its device by figuring out how many IDE
controllers are on the system, and then assigning it the next device. For
example, if a system were to have 2 IDE controllers, and would thus have /dev
/hda /dev/hdb /dev/hdc and /dev/hdd assigned to the current controllers, the
Compact Flash Card PC Card Adapter would be assigned /dev/hde1.).
bash# mount -t vfat /dev/hde1 /flashcard                                     
                                                                             

From this point the files can be copied, moved, deleted, and renamed as done
on a normal filesystem. Information regarding file management commands may be
found in the documentation included with the OS distribution used, such as
man pages. The manual pages which list the commands to use to do the above
procedures can be accesses by typing the following to get the command's
respective manual page entry: 'man cp', 'man mv', 'man rm'. Before removing
the Compact Flash Card PC Card Adapter remember to unmount it with the
following command.
bash# umount /flashcard                                                      
                                                                             

The Compact Flash Card PC Card Adapter/PCMCIA-ATA storage card can be removed
from the PC Card Reader and the Compact Flash Card and be removed from the
Compact Flash Card PC Card Adapter (If the adapter was used).
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4. Software Support

4.1. OpenDiS (Open Digita Services)

[http://ods.sourceforge.net/] OpenDiS Web Site

OpenDiS contains a user-level program and an access library for using
DigitaOS enabled cameras. Currently those cameras would be the Kodak DC220,
DC260, DC265, DC290 and HP Photosmart C500 and the Minolta EX1500. Although
the Kodak digital camera series works best with this application the others
have been found to work with the application also. This program has a CLI
(command line interface) which is very useful for scripting tasks.

What is needed: [http://ods.sourceforge.net/dl/opendis-0.0.3.tar.gz] OpenDiS
0.0.3
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4.1.1. Compiling, extracting and installing OpenDiS

Run the following commands to compile, extract and install OpenDiS
bash$ tar -zxvf opendis-0.0.3.tar.gz                                         
bash$ cd opendis-0.0.3                                                       
bash$ ./configure                                                            
bash$ make                                                                   
bash# make install                                                           
                                                                             
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4.1.2. Usage

The following usage section is taken directly from the output of the ks
command.

����Usage:�ks�[OPTION]...�[COMMAND]...
���
Connect to camera and perform COMMANDs.                                      
Updated: 0.0.3                                                               
Development note: currently some COMMANDs are supported; default             
action is to display this help.  However, all listed                         
OPTIONS are now supported.                                                   
                                                                             
-d DEV, --device=DEV       Look for camera at device DEV.  Defaults          
                            to /dev/ttyS0.                                   
 -r RATE, --rate=RATE       Use bit-rate RATE for serial device.  Defaults   
                            to 9600.  Not applicable to USB or IrDA.         
 -t TYPE, --type=TYPE       Specifies device type, one of: "serial"          
                            "usb", or "irda".  Normally, device type         
                            can be deduced from DEV and need not be          
                            specified                                        
 -i, --irda                 Same as --type=irda                              
 -s, --serial               Same as --type=serial                            
 -u, --usb                  Same as --type=usb                               
                                                                             
 -v  --verbose              More output.                                     
 -q  --quiet                Less output.                                     
                                                                             
 -l, --list                 List supported commands                          
 -h, --help                 Display this help and exit.                      
                                                                             
Currently following commands are supported:                                  
                                                                             
  delall        Delete all files in the camera                               
  download      Download pictures                                            
  thumbs        Download thumbnails                                          
  gettime       Get camera's date/time                                       
  settime       Set camera clock according to computer's clock               
  shoot         Take a picture                                               
  status        Show pictures taken, available and raw count                 
  getpowermode  Checks if camera is on                                       
  poweroff      Turn the camera off                                          
                                                                             
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4.1.3. Usage Examples

USB:

Special USB notes. The USB stack has been ever changing in the developmental
kernels and as such works differently from time to time. In playing with the
latest developmental kernel released the camera tends to show up on /dev/
dc2xx0 or /dev/dc2xx1, independent of the fact that only one camera is
connected. The support for these devices is all fairly new, so expect to have
to play with it to get it working. The following should allow one to download
all images from the camera to the working directory with a USB connection.
Make sure that the camera is in connect mode.
bash$ ks -d /dev/dc2xx0 download                                             
                                                                             

Serial:

Serial support does work and as such the following command should allow one
to download all images from the camera into their current working directory.
Modify the serial port device name as necessary. Ensure that the camera is on
and in connect mode and that the serial cable is connected between the
computer's serial port and the camera.
bash$ ks -d /dev/ttyS0 download                                              
                                                                             

IrDA:

IrDA is not supported in the release version of OpenDiS, however support has
been added to the CVS version. To obtain the latest version of OpenDiS via
CVS run the following (hit the enter key at the password prompt, there is no
password):
bash$ cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.ods.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/ods login                                    
bash$ cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.ods.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/ods checkout bash# bash$ ods/opendis-current 
                                                                                                             

To compile and configure this version do the following:
bash$ cd ods                                                                 
bash$ cd opendis-current                                                     
bash$ ./configure                                                            
bash$ make                                                                   
bash# make install                                                           
                                                                             

An example command which will download all the images from the camera via
IrDA would look as follows. Remember to have the camera on and in connect
mode. It may also be advisable to increase the auto-shutoff feature to a
larger value (5 minutes if possible).
bash$ ks -d /dev/ircomm0 download                                            
                                                                             
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4.2. Digita Operating Environment- Command Device Protocol Python Script

This Python script written by Sai Lai Lo of AT&T Cambridge Laboratories
allows for download

of images from Kodak Digital Cameras running DigitaOS (DC220, DC260, DC265
and DC290) and using USB for transfer. Some have problems with this script
and some don't. However it is nice to cover all bases.

Here a working copy of the [http://www.marblehorse.org/projects/documentation
/kodak/cdp.py] Command Device Protocol Python Script can be attained. The
original [http://home.pacbell.net/david-b/digicam/dc290.txt] Command Device
Protocol Python Script for which the one above is derived has to be edited to
remove leading text to work.

The script depends on /dev/kodak existing due to the way older kernels
accessed the Kodak Digital Camera USB Device. A symbolic link must be created
between the actual device the camera is on and /dev/kodak. If the camera is
on /dev/dc2xx0 the symbolic link needed can be created with the following
command:
bash# ln -s /dev/dc2xx0 /dev/kodak                                           
                                                                             

Be sure to substitute in the proper device name instead of dc2xx0 if the
camera was not assigned dc2xx0. To list all files on the camera run the
following command:
bash$ python cdp.py                                                          
                                                                             

To download a single image from the camera run the following command,
remember to modify the command accordingly for your specific camera:
bash$ python cdp.py 2:DC265_01/P0000748.JPG                                  
                                                                             

That command will download the image P0000748.JPG to the directory DC265_01
in the current directory. A quick and easy command to download all the images
from the camera would be:
bash$ for file in $(python cdp.py); do python cdp.py $file; done             
                                                                             

This is just a few of the many ways such a script can work. It is possible to
use the above command in a larger shell script to automate downloading the
images from the camera, converting the images to another format, resizing the
images, creating a web page automatically, and many many others. The options
are endless when it comes to scripts like this.
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4.3. gPhoto

[http://www.gphoto.org] gPhoto Web Site

Still deciding the best way to implement this section. Possibly a DocBook
manual for gPhoto needs to be written but according to the gPhoto project web
site a manual is being developed at the moment. Contact with the developers
of gPhoto has been made and a decision to work on the document at some point,
presuming someone else doesn't do it earlier, has been made. However the
document processing program used to create this HOWTO, LyX, does not support
all the necessary SGML tags and thus that will become an intermediate project
before a manual for gPhoto.

A manual is available for gPhoto with its source code and may also be
distributed with the various package offerings available with gPhoto binary
distributions. The filename is MANUAL and it is located in the root of the
extracted tar archive. The file INSTALL details the process of compiling and
installing gPhoto if a binary package is not available for a particular
distribution.

gPhoto supports serial image transfer from the Kodak DC20, DC25, DC200+,
DC210, DC210+ Zoom, DC215 Zoom, DC220, DC220+, DC240, DC260, DC265, DC280 and
DC290 with it's 0.4.3 release. With the CVS version of the software USB
support is added for the DC220, DC260, DC265 and the DC280. gPhoto tends to
be the preferred application of most digital camera users under GNU/Linux and
is distributed with [http://www.helixcode.com/] Helix GNOME.
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4.4. kdcpi

[http://www.berkhirt.com/HomerProductions/products/kdcpi/] kdcpi Web Site
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4.5. jPhoto

[http://jphoto.sourceforge.net/] jPhoto Web Site
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5. Additional Online Resources

5.1. Kodak Digital Camera Mailing Lists

5.1.1. Kodak Digita Camera

[http://www.egroups.com/group/kodak-digita-camera/] Kodak Digita Camera
Mailing List

This list contains information about DigitaOS enabled Kodak Digital Cameras.
This includes the Kodak DC220, DC260, DC265 and DC290. This is the place to
go for all of your questions regarding how to use your camera, Digita
scripting questions and anything else that pertains to the DigitaOS enabled
cameras. To subscribe to the mailing list send a blank email to [mailto:
kodak-digita-camera-subscribe@egroups.com]
kodak-digita-camera-subscribe@egroups.com. To unsubscribe from the list send
a blank email to [mailto:kodak-digita-camera-unsubscribe@egroups.com]
kodak-digita-camera-unsubscribe@egroups.com. Alternately, go to [http://
www.egroups.com/register?method=displayregistrationform=/www] the
registration form and sign up for an account there. Once the account is
created one will have the ability to search through the archive and post
messages.
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5.1.2. Kodak DC240/DC280

[http://www.egroups.com/group/kodak240-280] Kodak DC240/DC280 Mailing list

Owners of the Kodak DC240 and DC280 camera models can use this as their forum
to discuss issues with other users of the same cameras. This is an open list
and its contents can be searched through and viewed at the above URL. To join
the list send a blank email to [mailto:kodak240-280-subscribe@egroups.com]
kodak240-280-subscribe@egroups.com. To unsubscribe send a blank email to
[mailto:kodak240-280-unsubscribe@egroups.com]
kodak240-280-unsubscribe@egroups.com.
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5.1.3. Kodak DC215

[http://www.egroups.com/group/kodakdc215/] Kodak DC215 Mailing List

Owners and people interesting in contacting other users of the Kodak DC215
digital camera can use this forum to ask and answer questions. This list is
specifically oriented towards the Kodak DC215 camera.
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5.2. Other Useful Mailing Lists

5.2.1. Linux-USB

[http://lists.suse.com/archives/linux-usb/] Linux-USB

The Linux-USB mailing list is a very active mailing list pertaining to all
aspects of USB and Linux. Here one will find the most recent patches for the
USB code in the Linux kernel. There is also good discussion on support of
digital cameras from time to time. Overall a great list to peek at every week
or so.

To subscribe to this list send a blank email to [mailto:
linux-usb-subscribe@suse.com] linux-usb-subscribe@suse.com. A confirmation
email that must be replied to will then be sent back. Either send a reply to
the email address in the reply-to: section of the email, or the address
listed in the confirmation message itself. To unsubscribe from the list send
a blank email to [mailto:linux-usb-unsubscribe@suse.com]
linux-usb-unsubscribe@suse.com. This action will then have to be confirmed
with the same method used for confirming subscription to the mailing list.
For a list of other useful commands send an email to [mailto:
linux-usb-info@suse.com] linux-usb-info@suse.com.
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5.2.2. Linux-kernel

[http://www.mail-archive.com/linux-kernel%40vger.rutgers.edu/] Linux-kernel

The linux-kernel mailing list is a very high traffic mailing list detailing
all aspects of the Linux kernel. This list is only for those who wish to have
more information than the Linux-USB list and the gPhoto-Kodak lists contain.
However, it covers much more of a broad spectrum of topics than Kodak digital
camera support under Linux.

Before posting or subscribing to the Linux-kernel mailing list is is highly
suggested reading the [http://www.tux.org/lkml/] Linux-kernel mailing list
FAQ. It could save much time and embarrassment. It also contains useful
information on who certain individuals are in the Linux community in relation
to their standing on the list.

To subscribe to the list (remember, it is about 200 emails a day) send an
email to [mailto:majordomo@vger.rutgers.edu] majordomo@vger.rutgers.edu with
"subscribe linux-kernel username@mailserver" in the body of the message where
username is the email account to be used and mailserver is the name of the
mail server. Remember to omit the quotation marks.

An alternative to joining the list would be to get the list in digest format.
This is a better format to many as it is a few emails a day rather than
several hundred. One drawback of this is that it is not as easy to discuss
the issues with the mailing list as most mail clients don't know how to deal
with the digest in its format besides dealing with it like plain text. To
subscribe to the digest send an email to [mailto:majordomo@vger.rutgers.edu]
majordomo@vger.rutgers.edu with the line "subscribe linux-kernel-digest
username@mailserver" in the body of the message. Where username is the email
account username to be used and mailserver is the name of the mail server.
Remember to omit the quotation marks.

Unsubscribing from the mail list is as easy as subscribing. Just send an
email to [mailto:majordomo@vger.rutgers.edu] majordomo@vger.rutgers.edu with
the line "unsubscribe linux-kernel" in the body of the message, or
alternately "unsubscribe linux-kernel-digest" if subscribed to the digest.
And again, remember to omit the quotation marks.

Rather than subscribing to this list it would be highly suggested to search
through the archive which is accessible via the URL listed above. Another
alternative is the [http://kt.linuxcare.com/] Kernel Trafficsite. It contains
a good overview of the weeks kernel developmental works and discussions in a
summary format.
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5.2.3. gPhoto-Kodak

[http://lists.styx.net/archives/public/gphoto-kodak/] gPhoto-Kodak

This list contains much information regarding gPhoto and Kodak cameras. It
also contains much discussion on the [http://ods.sourceforge.net/] OpenDiS
project and their releases. The latest version of OpenDiS is usually
announced on this mailing list and allows one to try out the new functions.
Instructions and the form to join the mailing list are at the following URL:
[http://lists.styx.net/mailman/listinfo/gphoto-kodak/] http://lists.styx.net/
mailman/listinfo/gphoto-kodak/.
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5.3. Useful Web Sites / Other Resources

5.3.1. Linux-USB Project

[http://www.linux-usb.org/] Linux USB Project

The Linux-USB Project's web page contains much information pertaining to
Linux and USB in general. Although not all information is pertinent to this
HOWTO, a large portion of it is. It contains links to the latest USB support,
driver maintainers and device working status. Take a look here and in the
Linux-USB mail archive if having a problem getting USB working. Chances are
one of the later developmental kernels or the source on the CVS will solve
the issue.
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5.3.2. Linux USB for DC-2xx Cameras

[http://home.pacbell.net/david-b/digicam/] Linux USB for DC-2xx Cameras

This website is maintained by David Brownell, author of the Kodak DC-2xx
kernel support. It contains some information not included in this HOWTO as of
yet and holds the latest information regarding configuring USB support. Look
here for new developments in supporting the Kodak DC-2xx camera series.
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5.3.3. OpenDiS (Open Digita Services)

[http://ods.sourceforge.net/] OpenDiS (Open Digita Services)

The Open Digita Services web site is the main source of information on the
support of cameras running Digita which include the Kodak DC-220, DC-260,
DC-265, DC-290, the Minolta EX-1500 and the HP PhotoSmart C500.
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5.3.4. gPhoto

[http://www.gphoto.org/] gPhoto

gPhoto is free software for digital cameras licensed under the GNU GPL. It
currently supports more than 90 camera models from various vendors. gPhoto
has a command line and a GTK+ graphical interface. Many people swear by this
program. Installation, configuration and usage information will be added.
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5.3.5. kdcpi

[http://www.berkhirt.com/HomerProductions/products/kdcpi/] kdpci

kdcpi is a program that the latest developer release supports the Kodak
DC200, DC210, DC40, DC50 and DC120. This program has both a CLI (command line
interface) and a GUI (graphical user interface). Information regarding
installation, configuration and usage information will be added.
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5.3.6. Digital Photography Review

[http://photo.askey.net/] Digital Photography Review

Trying to decide which digital camera is best? Digital Photography Review is
the most comprehensive website available for all anyone wants to know about
digital cameras. This site is not limited to just the Kodak product line and
offers great reviews of the newest and older digital cameras. Take a look
through the online photo gallery with detailed information pertaining to the
camera used and its setting for each and every photograph.
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6. FAQ

Q: Why aren't there any entries but this one in the FAQ?

A: Because the HOWTO is currently is a non-public release state and thus
there was no time for anyone to ask any questions! So email your questions
off to David Burley marblehorse.org> and lets add to it.
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7. TODO

The following TODO list is nowhere near complete. It is simply a list of
things meant to added in the future that others have suggested. If anyone has
any suggestions for new entries into the HOWTO please email them to [mailto:
khemicals@marblehorse.org] David Burley.

 1. Interesting digital camera uses (aerial/under water photography among
    others).
   
 2. Additional support of more Kodak digital cameras (gPhoto support with
    those).
   
 3. Support for non-Kodak digital cameras (most likely not anytime in the
    near future. this is out of the scope of the current document.).
   
 4. Additional camera interfacing methods.
   
 5. Updating Firmware (current format for firmware is an Install Shield
    file.... useless under GNU/Linux).
   

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8. Appendix

This section is to provide valuable information which may not directly apply
to the use of Kodak digital cameras under the GNU/Linux operating system. It
is meant to help those who need information in a binge on their digital
camera and find this document. The scope of this section may change as the
HOWTO matures.
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8.1. Drivers for Alternate Operating Systems

8.1.1. DC265

Windows software, Macintosh software and firmware for the camera can be
attained from the [http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/software/dc265/
navigation.shtml] Kodak web site.
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8.1.2. DC290

Windows software, Macintosh software and firmware for the camera can be
attained from the [http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/software/dc290/
navigation.shtml] Kodak web site.
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8.1.3. DC280

Windows software, Macintosh software and firmware for the camera can be
attained from the [http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/software/dc280/
navigation.shtml] Kodak web site.
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8.1.4. DC260 (discontinued)

Windows software, Macintosh software and firmware for the camera can be
attained from the [http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/software/dc220_260/
navigation.shtml] Kodak web site.
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8.1.5. DC240 / DC240i

Windows software, Macintosh software and firmware for the camera can be
attained from the [http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/software/dc240/
navigation.shtml] Kodak web site.
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8.1.6. DC220 (discontinued)

Windows software, Macintosh software and firmware for the camera can be
attained from the [http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/software/dc220_260/
navigation.shtml] Kodak web site.
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8.1.7. DC215 / DC215 Metallics

Windows software and Macintosh software for the camera can be attained from
the [http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/software/dc215/navigation.shtml]
Kodak web site.
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8.1.8. DC210 (discontinued)

Windows software and firmware for the camera can be attained from the [http:/
/www.kodak.com/global/en/service/software/dc210/navigation.shtml] Kodak web
site.
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8.1.9. DC210 Plus

Windows software and firmware for the camera can be attained from the [http:/
/www.kodak.com/global/en/service/software/dc210/navigation.shtml] Kodak web
site.
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8.1.10. DC200 (discontinued)

Windows software and firmware for the camera can be attained from the [http:/
/www.kodak.com/global/en/service/software/dc200/navigation.shtml] Kodak web
site.
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8.1.11. DC200 Plus

Windows software and firmware for the camera can be attained from the [http:/
/www.kodak.com/global/en/service/software/dc200/navigation.shtml] Kodak web
site.
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8.1.12. DC120 (discontinued)

Firmware updates and the TWAIN acquire module for this camera can be attained
from the [http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/software/dc120/
navigation.shtml] Kodak web site.
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8.1.13. DC50 (discontinued)

TWAIN acquire modules and a Plug-In for Macintosh's can be found at the
[http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/software/dc50Drivers.shtml] Kodak web
site.
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8.1.14. DC40 (discontinued)

TWAIN software and firmware updates for the camera can be attained from the
[http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/software/dc40Drivers.shtml] Kodak web
site.
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8.1.15. DC25 (discontinued)

The Macintosh Photoshop acquire module for this camera can be found at the
[http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/software/dc25/dc25Drivers.jhtml]
Kodak web site.
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8.1.16. DC20 (discontinued)

The TWAIN acquire module and the Photoshop Plug-In can be found at the [http:
//www.kodak.com/global/en/service/software/dc20Drivers.shtml] Kodak web site.
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8.2. Programs for Alternate Operating Systems

8.2.1. [http://www.kodak.com/US/en/digital/software/picXferDownload.shtml]
Picture Transfer Software

This application was made for the DC40, DC50 Zoom, and DC120 Zoom camera
models. Its main use is quick and easy conversion from Kodak's proprietary
.KDC format to a more standard format (BMP, PICT, TIFF, FPX, JPG). This
software is available for Windows 95, NT and 3.11, along with the Macintosh.
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8.2.2. [http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/software/picEasySw.shtml]
Picture Easy Software

This application was made for the DC20 and DC25 cameras. It will transfer
pictures from the camera to the computer. It is available for both the
Windows and Macintosh platforms.





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