Projects / Digicam


Digicam is a simple and easy-to-use command-line utility to take, retrieve, and delete pictures from a Kodak DC21x camera. While the code is based on gphoto kodak_dc21x library, it fixes many annoying bug fixes in gphoto implementation, and allows for more options. Since digicam requires no user interaction and takes all the parameters from command line, it can be used in webcam-like scripts and for automatic image capture.


Recent releases

  •  10 Apr 2000 12:24

    Release Notes: A new protocol revision has been made; it should now support all of the dc215 commands. New timeout code and retransmission have been added. Those who have been complaining about random timeout and data errors should now be happy.

    •  03 Jan 2000 20:13

      Release Notes: A complete implementation of the protocol as Kodak describes it, resolution, quality, flash, and zoom position can be set from the command line, and some delays in the initialization code to allow camera to wake up if init command was sent to a powered down camera.

      •  31 Dec 1999 18:50

        Release Notes: Initial announcement.


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