digital camera

  pat2068 22:02 11 Mar 2004
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can i have 2 different lots of software for 2 digital cameras 1 is a kodak the other is a vivitar or will it cause problems thanks leo

  woodchip 22:09 11 Mar 2004

You can Have as many as will run, I have two versions of ArcSoft photo Editing software plus about five others they all do different things

  woodchip 22:09 11 Mar 2004

You can Have as many as will run, I have two versions of ArcSoft photo Editing software plus about five others they all do different things. PS never had any probs running them all

  pat2068 22:12 11 Mar 2004

will the 2 different be alright thanks leo

  woodchip 22:14 11 Mar 2004

Yes you should not have a problem so long as they go into there own folder

  pat2068 22:16 11 Mar 2004

thanks woodchip

  woodchip 22:23 11 Mar 2004

I have just bought a cheap key-ring Camera today for £10 including Software and loaded the driver first then connected the camera it does everything including video conferencing. And it does not conflict with my Ricoh camera

  deadneat 22:55 11 Mar 2004

which camera was this then?

  woodchip 23:07 11 Mar 2004

As above a very cheap Camera "Precision" From Tradex at Huddersfield, just low res etc but it works OK CMOS Sensor at just 100 pixels, Res 352x288(cif) or 176x144 (qcif) 16mb built in sdram 20 cif images or 80 qcif images ArkSoft PhotoImpressions software and Video software just takes one AAA battery. they had plenty in

  woodchip 23:12 11 Mar 2004

This is basicly it click here

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  anchor 09:12 12 Mar 2004

I have quite a wide selection of software programmes for working on my digital photos. I find that no single one is ideal for every situation. My favourite is still Paint Shop Pro.

No problems at all.

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