Category: Camera
Manufacturer: Altek Corporation
Caution Level: Alert
Download File Size: 487.3 KB
Operating System: Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows 98, Windows Home Server, Windows Me, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.26 / 04 Sep 1998

Windows device driver information for CX332 DSC

Digital cameras or digicams for short are hardware components designed to capture video and still images. The captured images are in their digital formats as compared to that of conventional film cameras. The CX332 DSC on the other hand is designed exclusively to capture still images. As a digital still camera the capture image is initially displayed on its Liquid Crystal Display for preview of the photographer. This advantage allows the photographer to make adjustments to his shots based on how he views them. The taken photograph is then stored either in the internal memory of the image capture device or via a memory card that is hosted on its expansion slot. The device driver of the CX332 DSC is deployed with its bundled tools and utilities which are associated mostly with the implementation of post processing effects on the stored images taken with the device.

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Installation of the device driver in the host computer system also installs the associated tools and utilities. Like most imaging devices the device driver of the CX332 DSC conforms to the TWAIN standards which is an industry wide imaging specification. The device driver also tells the underlying operating system platform how to handle the images that were takes with the imaging device. Imaging hardware components although governed by a common industry standard tend to implement a manufacturer's proprietary technology which aims to improve standard imaging algorithms. This is why different digital cameras may stored captured images in varying formats. The most common image format that is currently being used in relation to captured still images is the JPG file format. The device driver for the CX332 DSC also helps the operating system and any installed imaging software application to handle the captured images correctly for post processing purposes. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and CX332 DSC errors before installing any driver updates.