DSC VC Device VC3260

Category: Camera
Manufacturer: Orite
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 331 KB
Operating System: Windows NT, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.2.2 / 08 Sep 2007

Windows device driver information for DSC VC Device VC3260

The DSC VC Device VC3260 is a 6.6 megapixel (MP) digital camera device. A digital camera device, digicam for short, is capable of digitally taking still photos or video, or both, via recording images through an electronic image sensor. Digital camera devices like the DSC VC Device VC3260 can perform a host of things that traditional film camera devices can’t. They can immediately display images on a screen right after recording, store hundreds to thousands of images in a compact memory device, record video with matching audio, and delete images in order to free up space for storage. Other digital camera devices are likewise capable of cropping pictures and carry out other basic image editing functions. Essentially, these devices function in the same manner as conventional film cameras. They utilize a lens with a diaphragm that is variable for focusing light to a device for image pickup.

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The combination of a shutter mechanism and the diaphragm is utilized for admitting the accurate amount of light onto an imager, just like with a film. The only difference however is that the device for image pickup is electronic instead of chemical. Digital camera devices are integrated into a host of devices that range from mobile phones (also called camera phones), PDAs (personal digital assistants), to vehicles. The famous Hubble Scope telescope as well as other devices used for studying astronomy are actually specialized digital camera devices. A digital camera device’s resolution is restricted by a camera sensor, generally a CMOS or CCD sensor chip that converts light into tiny discrete signals, which replaces the task of film in the traditional photography method. The camera sensor contains millions of miniscule ‘buckets’ capable of counting the amount of photons striking the sensor. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and DSC VC Device VC3260 errors before installing any driver updates.