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Olympus Camedia C-4000ZOOM

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There were no problems with drivers. You'll need to add one line to CONFIG.SYS:

BASEDEV=USBMSD.ADD /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:1 /FIXED_DISKS:0

All other base drivers (USBUHCD.SYS, USBD.SYS, USBHID.SYS) was already installed. I connected camera via passive hub on keyboard and there were no problems. After connecting device you'll need to run LVM /RediscoverPRM to add device letter. Before disconnect it is better to run eject drive_letter:.

Moreover, if you don't like quality of photos, you can use it as expensive external SmartCard drive. Here test results with 64 Mbytes card on Sysbench 0.9.4e:

 File I/O - Drive O:
   4Kb seq.   Uncached w :       63.376    Kilobytes/second
   4Kb seq.   Uncached r :       83.903    Kilobytes/second
   4Kb random Uncached w :       58.451    Kilobytes/second
   4Kb random Uncached r :       64.734    Kilobytes/second
   4Kb seq.   Cached   w :      307.424    Kilobytes/second
   4Kb seq.   Cached   r :       76.994    Kilobytes/second
   4Kb random Cached   w :      223.772    Kilobytes/second
   4Kb random Cached   r :       44.693    Kilobytes/second
   8Kb seq.   Uncached w :      120.600    Kilobytes/second
   8Kb seq.   Uncached r :       68.099    Kilobytes/second
   8Kb random Uncached w :       96.509    Kilobytes/second
   8Kb random Uncached r :       73.079    Kilobytes/second
   8Kb seq.   Cached   w :      325.906    Kilobytes/second
   8Kb seq.   Cached   r :       87.478    Kilobytes/second
   8Kb random Cached   w :      330.414    Kilobytes/second
   8Kb random Cached   r :       54.097    Kilobytes/second
   16K seq.   Uncached w :      221.382    Kilobytes/second
   16K seq.   Uncached r :       69.144    Kilobytes/second
   16K random Uncached w :      220.994    Kilobytes/second
   16K random Uncached r :       68.221    Kilobytes/second
   16K seq.   Cached   w :      361.249    Kilobytes/second
   16K seq.   Cached   r :      106.323    Kilobytes/second
   16K random Cached   w :      433.532    Kilobytes/second
   16K random Cached   r :       58.379    Kilobytes/second
   32K seq.   Uncached w :      318.173    Kilobytes/second
   32K seq.   Uncached r :       65.298    Kilobytes/second
   32K random Uncached w :      318.215    Kilobytes/second
   32K random Uncached r :       65.306    Kilobytes/second
   32K seq.   Cached   w :      404.901    Kilobytes/second
   32K seq.   Cached   r :       98.832    Kilobytes/second
   32K random Cached   w :      479.176    Kilobytes/second
   32K random Cached   r :       59.401    Kilobytes/second
   64K seq.   Uncached w :      296.675    Kilobytes/second
   64K seq.   Uncached r :       63.796    Kilobytes/second
   64K random Uncached w :      172.303    Kilobytes/second
   64K random Uncached r :       73.554    Kilobytes/second
   64K seq.   Cached   w :      450.463    Kilobytes/second
   64K seq.   Cached   r :       55.952    Kilobytes/second
   64K random Cached   w :      492.571    Kilobytes/second
   64K random Cached   r :       69.335    Kilobytes/second
   -----------------------------------------------------------------------
   Total                 :      177.568    File I/O-marks

 Disk I/O disk 2-3:    62 MB -                 
   Avg. data access time :       14.000    milliseconds
   Cache/Bus xfer rate   :        0.060    Megabytes/second
   Track 0 xfer rate fwd :        0.060    Megabytes/second
   Middle trk rate fwds. :        0.060    Megabytes/second
   Last track rate bwds. :        0.060    Megabytes/second
   Average Transfer rate :        0.060    Megabytes/second
   Disk use CPU load     :        9.060    percent
   -----------------------------------------------------------------------
   Total                 :        3.976    Disk I/O-marks

Also you can user it as external videocamera - you just can set it to a record mode and connect to your TV-Tuner.

Bad thing is that you cannot change settings of camera from computer with OS/2.

 

Information is sent by: Kirov Igor -- 2005-12-03 14:44:03

 
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Comments:

Alex Tihon
2003-07-14 07:53:24

. ... .... ..... .... ... rediscover

PRM ?

Somebody
2003-07-14 17:58:35

Alex Tihon: RediscoverPRM ... .. ...., . ........ .......... ...... ... ......... LVM.EXE.

Deniska
2003-08-08 15:19:13

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