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HOW CAN I USE SONY DSC-W35 AS WEB CAM

I WANT TO USE SONY DSC-W35 AS WEB CAM

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  • Dobromir Bonacin Nov 29, 2008

    W35 as web camera ?

  • TAKUACHITO Jan 11, 2009


    HOW CAN I USE SONY DSC-W35 AS WEB CAM?

  • hassan010332 Apr 21, 2009

    how can i use this as a web cam or pc camera

  • Anonymous May 05, 2009

    HOW CAN I USE SONY DSC-W35 AS WEB CAM?

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Just connect it to your pc and put into video mode. Then open Yahoo messenger or MSN messnger. Use the menus in IM to activate it.

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My save this problem,and my sony DSC-W35 is not use to webcam

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I want to change the language of my cam from japanese to english sony dsc-w35


Press MENU to display the menu. Press cursor-right, select Settings (toolbox icon), press cursor-right again. Use the cursor keys to select the "A" icon and press the button at the center of the cursor pad.

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How can i use sony w35 digital camera as web cam ?


Unfortunately you can't. The DSC-W35 is designed to store images (and incidentally videos) to memory, not to stream live videos to another device.

I know that wasn't the answer you wanted to see, but there it is.

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W35 as webcam


no you cannot use this camera as a web cam

Feb 05, 2010 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W35 Digital Camera

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How can i use my dsc-w35 as my web cam


hi..

u cant use ur camera as a webcam... it doesnt suits for any other model...

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Warning signal just before I shot pic


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It means there is not enough light and you will probably end up with a blurry photo if you don't use the flash.

Good luck

Thomas

Mar 21, 2008 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W35 Digital Camera

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Windows 98 Driver required for sony cyber-shot dsc-w35


Windows 98 is not officially supported by Sony for the DSC-W35. You can find hacked versions on the web but they may not be stable. You can find a list of supported Operating Systems here at the Sony website. http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/swu-list.pl?mdl=DSCW35&LOC=3

I would suggest trying to use the Windows ME drivers. Windows ME was based on Windows 98 so the drivers for most applications are virtually identical. I have used 8 different drivers from other vendors in situations like this and it worked out fine. However, please be aware that since it is not officially supported it can cause interoperability options with your Windows 98 system.

This is the best suggestion I have. By no means should you get Windows ME, it was one of the worst versions of Windows released. Lots of bugs and there are less drivers for this operating system than your Windows 98.

Dec 20, 2007 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W35 Digital Camera

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Switching b/n internal and memory stick


If they mendted it and you still have the problem. Then they did not do a proper job- did they? So send it back with full detail of the last repair ans tell them to do it properly at their own expense

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