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1. Digital Cameras and OS/2?
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I bought a used Agfa ePhoto Smile digital camera. When I registered it at the Agfa site, they had OS/2 as among the choices for/of operating systems. When I did a search for programs for this camera, there was only a fix for the Win software that came with the camera. Is there a program or software that one can used to download the photos from the camera to an OS/2 Warp comptuer?
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Date: 21 Sep, 2001 on 18:36
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How is the camera connected? If it uses the COM-port You would be able to use Third Eye; you might noticed one of the banner on the main page.

//Kim

Date: 22 Sep, 2001 on 15:09
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It connects via the serial port. I bought a used Agfa camera. It is no longer made by the manufacturer. The software that comes with works on Win95 and on. I used it but could not connect to the camera. I am hoping that it might work with a program for OS/2.

PS I am hoping the conect problem might be the cable. I was able to find one and ordered it. It has not arrived yet.


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Date: 24 Sep, 2001 on 16:33
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Too make life easier, here comes the url to 3rd Eye, http://www.ecomstation.ru/thirdeye/

//Kim

Date: 24 Sep, 2001 on 19:49
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I heard they have a newer version of ThirdEye. I will try it with my newer camera - an Argus CD1500. It has both an USB cable and a serial cable. I will try both since I have a VIA PCI USB card that works with OS/2 and its USB UHCI drivers.
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Date: 17 Apr, 2002 on 15:07
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I heard that GPHOTO is good for/with USB cameras. It is a command line. Is there a 'frontend' for it ? Will there or can there be a 'front end' (PM) for it?

PS I have installed it and will try my Argus digital camera with it - via the USB cable that came with it.


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Date: 12 Jun, 2002 on 20:09
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Looking forward to hear your review since I'm looking into get myself a Canon Ixus 330 digital camera and this one uses USB. Regarding great site for digital cameras have you checked out http://www.dpreview.com ?

/Kim

Date: 12 Jun, 2002 on 20:25
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No but I will definitely check it out.

PS I have a subscription to a magazine called PCPhoto that deals with digital cameras, scanners, etc. I believe the url is http://www.pcphotomag.com (IIRC on the url). I has alot of information on digital cameras.


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Date: 13 Jun, 2002 on 19:52
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Starting to get off topic here now But what the heck it's still within the thread. But, I checked the url to suggested and found that the had a short review of the the Canon Ixus 330, but in the states it goes under name Canon PowerShot S330.

http://www.pcphotomag.com/content/currentissue/canon.html

Would you concider photography on your list of hobbies? I sort of joined this hobby rather late, around 4 hours ago and bought the Canon IX (APS camera). Uses this a lot when I'm around and on vacation. But for daily snap shoots I usually uses the smaller Canon Ixus II.

Date: 13 Jun, 2002 on 20:38
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