Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 331 KB
Operating System: Windows NT, XP, 2000, Vista and ME
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.2.2 / 2007
The Digital Camera VC3260 is a 6.6 megapixels camera manufactured by Orite in 2005. the camera is enabled with a 3.2 CMOS sensor, a 15-inch color LCD monitor at image resolutions at 2976 x 2232, 1024 x 768 and 2048 x 1536. Movie clips on the camera can be captured at 320 x 240 frames per second. The camera has a white balance, which can either be set to function automatically or manually. The white balance functions recognize daylight, Tungsten and Fluorescent settings. The flash can also be set on manual or automatic functions. It has a selectable NTCS or PAL TV-out interface. It also has a mini-USB interface, which is enabled by the USB bus power. The digital Camera VC3260 has a 16M built in memory, which serves the camera's storage needs. The camera can take either MMC or SD memory cards.
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With the Digital Camera VC3260, the user can choose whether to set the camera's exposure to either auto or manual. The self-timer in this camera delays for 10 seconds. In addition, the camera can save images in JPEG or AVI formats. Still images are stored as JPEG images, while the motion or movie clips are set as AVI. The camera has three image play formats namely: slideshows, thumbnails and single image. The images can be compressed using the Fine, normal or basic settings. During printing, the user can optimize the image to achieve direct printing images, which can be in either landscape or portrait. Connecting the camera to the computer is done through the USB cable. At this point, the host computer will require the device drivers to be installed. The drivers can be downloaded from the official Orite website. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Digital Camera VC3260 errors before installing any driver updates.