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DC280 not supported
Authored by: Anonymous on Mar 28, '01 12:17:36PM

From what I've been reading, Image Capture does not recognize most digital cameras. This despite the program's Help section which implies that any USB camera should work. I was looking forward to using my DC280 with OS X since the Kodak software is so slow downloading pics.

The built-in AppleScripts in IC seems kind of nifty as well.



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Olympus E-10 Supported
Authored by: tyoshida on Mar 28, '01 01:11:43PM

My Olympus Camedia E-10 worked without any problem so far. I only did a little bit of file transfer, so maybe huge file transfer may have some problem. I haven't tried the SmartMedia, or the MicroDrive (which I don't have). My 64MB compact flash media did not have any problems.

Hopefully, other will submit their findings so that we can get a list of camera that works with OS X.



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USB Digital cameras
Authored by: kakubei on Mar 28, '01 04:23:29PM

Sony DSC-S30 supported! Plugged it in, got the image capture app. Truly very slick. was pleasantly surprised in an otherwise dissapointing OS mainly due to performance problems.



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Fuji Finepix
Authored by: Anonymous on Apr 01, '01 06:03:50AM

Works perfectly well...
why did I bother re-installing my old drivers on top of classic? I dunno...
OS X does take care of the whole thing without a blink.



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Cannon D30
Authored by: Anonymous on Apr 01, '01 08:17:19AM

Does not work.



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