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Canon EOS-350D


Canon EOS-350D

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Works in OS/2 if set to ptp protocol and using ptpro found on hobbes.

 

Information is sent by: Peter Verweij -- 2006-06-29 01:35:29

 
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Upgrade eComStation 2.0 desktop to NeoWPS (useful extenders for desktop)

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Achim
2005-12-06 11:42:23

Thats a very bad description !

Is it possible to pull out the storage card (i.e. sd/mmc/xd...?) and read the images over a card reader. Or is there none, or, or, or....?

Michael Kless
2006-06-18 00:44:23

Storage is a CF 1 card and could be taken out. Also readable with an external cardreader but you should format than the card. During reading eCs is writing EA's on card. Storage is FAT-16 formated.

Peter Verweij
2006-06-25 20:38:46

CF is readable with a cardreader.

After a long search, ptpro from Rick Walsch works good (command line tool)

using renamepics.exe (on hobbes) gives the filenames the data and time of phote taken.


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