PC software to control Kodak DX7630 ?

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Hello,

long time ago i used a PC software to control my old nikon digital camera
e.g. to press a button on PC and digicam makes a photo.
Is such a software also existing for a Kodak DX7630 ?

Regards,

Martin
 
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Hi Martin,

Sure is, EasyShare Software. It comes with the camera. Once it is
installed, it will let you place the camera on the optional Printer Dock
press the print button. The camera will turn on and ask you how many. Just
click the advance button to increased the number or do nothing but press the
print button again. The printer will print that picture.

Your new camera includes the feature of a 'Share' button. With it you can
select an image and tag it for printing including the number of prints you
want. You can also tag an image to be emailed. Your model also includes the
capacity to about 30 email addresses, so while in the 'Share' option you can
also scroll through the email addresses and tag those people to whom you
want to send the picture. You can also tag the image as a favorite, so it
is not deleted. This is all done in the camera.

When you return home and you have a Printer Dock or just the Dock, just
click the button and your emails will be sent and prints printed as well as
your pictures transferred to your computer. You can program the software to
clear your memory card once the images have been transferred to your
computer so you are all ready to start your next picture taking event. If
you leave the camera on the dock, it will charge the battery for you as
well.

Nice system. You have a great camera there.

Talk to you soon,

Ron Baird
Eastman Kodak Company



"Martin Maurer" <Martin.Maurer@clibb.de> wrote in message
news:csdbvk$s95$05$1@news.t-online.com...
> Hello,
>
> long time ago i used a PC software to control my old nikon digital camera
> e.g. to press a button on PC and digicam makes a photo.
> Is such a software also existing for a Kodak DX7630 ?
>
> Regards,
>
> Martin
>
>
 
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Hello,

> Nice system. You have a great camera there.

yes, i know, it is working fine. But this is not the kind of software i was
asking for.

Have a look at

http://www.lmscope.com/produkt22/remote_control_microscope_e.html

It gives you around a feeling what i am looking for, but this software is
for Nikon, not for Kodak.
Is the delivered kodak software (i must say i haven't installed it yet, no
need for it) offering such a functionality ?

Regards,

Martin
 
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Hi Martin,

As I noted in my email, the software you want is TWAIN driven which will
allow for remote use. Kodak does not offer that option and our general use
cameras are not setup for TWAIN. Our professional models can be used
remotely and you may want to review them.

Talk to you soon,

Ron Baird
Eastman Kodak Company

"Martin Maurer" <Martin.Maurer@clibb.de> wrote in message
news:csju0f$ua9$02$1@news.t-online.com...
> Hello,
>
> > Nice system. You have a great camera there.
>
> yes, i know, it is working fine. But this is not the kind of software i
was
> asking for.
>
> Have a look at
>
> http://www.lmscope.com/produkt22/remote_control_microscope_e.html
>
> It gives you around a feeling what i am looking for, but this software is
> for Nikon, not for Kodak.
> Is the delivered kodak software (i must say i haven't installed it yet, no
> need for it) offering such a functionality ?
>
> Regards,
>
> Martin
>
>
 
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