Question about Kodak EasyShare Z612 Digital Camera
Kodak easy share Z612 digital camera software version 6.0 doesn't let me do anything anymore such as transfer photos to cd or print.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have Kodak EasyShare C613 camera. I have some nice pictures on the memory card. My WinXP recognizes the camera, but won't find any drivers for it. So camera is detected, software running, but i'm not able to transfer the pictures, because I can't connect to camera. Any ideas to solve this?
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
I won't say the camera is usable as a webcam because you will definitely severly shorten the life of the camera by using it as such. Firstly the camera is designed to take photos and short videos, NOT being left on continuously for use as a webcam. The heat generated by doing so could damage the delicate CCD (the part which collects light from the lens and converts it into electrical signals) Secondly most cameras are deigned to switch themselves off after a certain period of non use. Not handy for webcams.
Next there's the power issue. Unless you are using an external power supply for the camera you will be forever replacing batteries and for what an external power supply costs you could buy a proper made for the job USB powered WebCam complete with focus and sometimes zoom.
Next there's the mounting issue. Where will you mount the camera to give a well lit and steady picture of your face. Definitely not on top of the monitor due to extra heat generated by the monitor itself. Mix that with camera's heat and hello, and too soon, goodbye camera.
Webcams cost $20 if ou shop around maybe cheaper. OK your cmera will give a better picture but at the distance you're talking it won't matter. Plus you will need software to generate the webcam picture. MSN is a good webcam program. Plus depending on the output of the camera, usually only video. You may need a video capture card for your computer. The camera will give you a full screen image of what it's pointed at but you need a box to put a smaller picture in on the screen otherwise all you will see is one big face, yours.
So do you really want to wear your camera out prematurely simply because you can't afford a $20 webcam. The made for the job unit is cheap, will stay on all day and the power comes from the USB port. Everything you need and cheap. I think you know which way to go.
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
Solution: Windows should automatically recognize your digital camera and prompt you with a list of possible actions, such as viewing the pictures stored on your memory card. Sometimes, this recognition takes several minutes, especially if you're plugging in the device for the first time. If, after waiting a reasonable amount of time, you are not prompted with actions for your digital camera, ensure that your camera's batteries are charged and that your camera is turned on, as many models require the camera to be powered in order for the computer to access its contents. If these things check out, try plugging your camera into a different USB port. Next, go to the Start menu and click My Computer (in Windows XP) or Computer (in Windows Vista and Windows 7) and then see if your device is listed under the Devices With Removable Storage section. If it is, double-click your camera's icon to interact with it. If not, try the following suggestions.
It could be that in order to use your digital camera with your computer, you must first install the software that came with your camera. If you can’t locate the software disc that came with your digital camera, you may be able to download the software from the manufacturer’s Web site.
If none of the above solutions solves the problem, you may need to enable your camera in the Device Manager. In Windows XP, click the Start menu and choose Control Panel. Click Performance And Maintenance, click System, and choose Device Manager under the Hardware tab. In Vista and Win7, click Start and choose Computer. Click System Properties at the top and then choose Device Manager from the left menu. Locate and expand the Disk Drives entry, right-click your camera’s name, and choose Enable. Once enabled, your camera should be recognized and listed in My Computer. If your camera is still not recognized, we suggest you contact your camera’s manufacturer for additional suggestions.
Posted on Jun 29, 2010
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