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Windows NT 3.51

Will the PhotoPC 650 work with Windows NT 3.51?

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No, Windows NT 4.0 is the minimum NT operating system requirement.

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I have Epson Photo PC 650 digital camera. It is not working. Power is not on.


To be honest I think the camera, although great in its day has given you good service, unless changing the batteries or gently pulling on the camera contacts to make them give better contact with the batteries works I think that it is what is known as 'beyond economic repair' I. Even. Time to buy a new camera. Sorry to be the bringer of bad news.

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Epson Photo PC Mini Cable


you can use the same serial cable for the model photopc 500 600 700 it is 8pin NOT 5pin

you can see the specs here for your camera
http://files.support.epson.com/pdf/phpc__/phpc__sl.pdf

and it it at ebay just type the right name
EPSON PHOTOPC SERIAL CABLE 8 PIN

Oct 08, 2009 | Epson PhotoPC 650 Digital Camera

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CompactFlash storage card


Make sure you're using an ATA-compatible CompactFlash memory card. Other cards may not work with PhotoPC 650.

Sep 13, 2005 | Epson PhotoPC 650 Digital Camera

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Image on screen is too dark.


Adjust the brightness of the screen using the Camera SETUP menu. See page 3-14 for instructions. In direct sunlight conditions, you may need to shield the LCD display monitor with your hand.

Sep 13, 2005 | Epson PhotoPC 650 Digital Camera

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Sharing collections between Mac's and PC's


No, the collections are operating system dependent so they cannot be read by both Mac's and PC's. The collections created on a Mac can only be read on a Mac and vice versa.

Sep 13, 2005 | Epson PhotoPC 650 Digital Camera

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Red-eye reduction in macro mode


The red-eye reduction feature causes the flash to blink on and off rapidly, then flash normally. This may cause over exposure and subject discomfort in the macro mode.

Sep 13, 2005 | Epson PhotoPC 650 Digital Camera

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Can I get the software on floppies?


A CD-ROM would initially be required to create floppy installation disks. This option will require 6 disks for Windows 3.x, 9 for Win 95, 98 and NT or 8 disks for a Mac installation.

Sep 13, 2005 | Epson PhotoPC 600 Digital Camera

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Transferring images with Adobe Photoshop


TWAIN_32 as your source. If your using Windows NT 4.0, you may need to upgrade your software to Photoshop 4.0. Earlier versions of Photoshop do not support Windows NT 4.0. Or you may need to upgrade your computer if it is slower than 100 MHz or if you have less than 32MB of RAM.

Sep 13, 2005 | Epson PhotoPC 550 Digital Camera

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How long does it take to download pictures to my PC?


At 9600 bps, which is the default setting on the PhotoPC, it takes 55 seconds to download each image. If you increase the baud rate to 57600 bps, it takes 18 seconds to download a high resolution image. If you are using Windows 95, Windows 98 or Windows NT, you can download the image faster at a maximum baud rate of 115.2 kbps.

Sep 12, 2005 | Epson PhotoPC 500 Digital Camera

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I can't install software or USB drivers in Windows 2000 or Windows NT.


If you see an error message or the software doesn't install correctly, you may not have software installation privileges. Contact your System Administrator. In Windows 2000, do not select Block under Control Panel > System > Hardware > Driver Signing, or your driver installation will not be completed. Select Ignore or Warn instead. In Windows 2000, if you see a "Digital Signature Not Found" screen, click Yes to continue with the installation. If you select No, your camera's USB installation won't be completed.

Sep 12, 2005 | Epson PhotoPC 3000Z Digital Camera

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I just bought an Epson 650 digital camera. I know, it's not new and fancy, but it's all I could afford right now. I bought this one (from ebay) mainly because my daughter has the same one- she bought several years ago, for around$350. I've noticed what big, clear, detailed pictures it takes (she sends to me). She resizes the pictures smaller, but the resolution on hers is 144. she uses one of the "better" settings, not the standard and not the BEST. What I've noticed with mine is, the resolution is 75 and the pictures don' tseem as clear and detailed. This might be partially because the scenery ones I've taken are of SNOW. I've tried using all the settings, even the very best, which only takes 3 pictures. The resolution is still 75. The picture size is big, 15"X 11". They are JPEG. I tried using he HotShots software that came with it, and now use Paint Shop Pro 7, with AQUIRE (Twain). I tried using the memory card in the USB cable that came with it, but it seemed to be clashing with my CD burner, which is in the other USB port. It's just as easy to use the camera and serial port and PSP. My daughter doesn't know much about it, she just takes the pictures and then takes them off. Hers have always been 144 resolution. I'm not saying the pictures on mine aren't good, and they're better than the Kodak DC 3200 I've had for over a year. Just that they don't seem as good as my daughter's, and it's the exact same camera. Could it be the memory (flashcard) that sets the resolution of the pictures? I have the original 8 MB one that came with the camera and my daughter once bought a bigger one. I know I can change the resolution in PSP to something higher if I want. I've been trying to find out what decides what the resolution of the pictures (when taken off the camera) might be? I can't find anything in the directions book about the settings for this. Just the "standard, better, best and extra fine". But, they all take pictures with 75 resolution.

Feb 27, 2017 | Epson PhotoPC 650 Digital Camera

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