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cyrilthefish

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look what i found! It actually states it supports smartphone. (i wonder if it's true?)

Spectec SD Camera
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Image sensor: 300K pixels, color; Resolution: Up to 640 x 480; Preview Mode: Support 160 x 120, 128 x 96, 80 x 60, Format : RGB 16-bit & BW 4-bit; Still Capture Mode: Support 640 x 480, 320 x 240, 160 x 120, Format : JPEG in YUV 4:2:2; Picture Transfer: Through SDIO (SPI 1-bit mode); Frame Rate: 7-20 frames per second @ 160 x 120; Exposure/White Balance / Color adjustment: Automatically and Manually  

Viewfinder: PDA on screen 160 x 120 16-bit color; Picture Number (per M byte), pictures @640 x 480 (TBD), pictures @320 x 240 (TBD), pictures @160 x 120 (TBD); Recording time (per M byte) seconds @160 x 120 (TBD)  

Image Transfer: Direct Beam to Palm OS Device; Palm Application Software: Image Address Book and Photo Take  

OS support: Palm OS 4.0 and, 5.0, Pocket PC, and Smartphone  

Optical : Adjustable Focus - F no.2.8, 4.5mm focal length; View Angle: 54 degree; Focus Range: 20cm to infinity  


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"Superb SD camera that works in Pocket PC and Palm OS devices - the drivers are already installed on the card."

no mention of the smartphone drivers though?
hmm

You could buy the Motorola camera and use that when it comes out, asuming the drivers are gettable.

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This camera has been discussed before, the phone will not support
the device as mentioned above but also the phone's memory would
soon be filled as you would have no where else to store the images.

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Ah right, didn't notice it had been mentioned before :shock:

As for the storage space you could get round that by taking a few photos, swapping the camera for an SD card and moving the photos accross... fiddly, but it would work :wink:

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I have tested an SD camera that had 256mb of in built memory and the pictures were saved directly to the camera card , was ok if you did not need random access to the pics but the way the camera mounted on to the PCB made it prone to breaking if flexed so it was canned.

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