Manufacturer: Aiptek International Inc.
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 188.8.131.52
Operating System: Windows NT, XP, 2000 and 98
Release Date: 2002
The Dual Mode digital camera is a two in one unit. The device can capture still photos and the user can connect to a PC in order to attain PC-camera like functions. The VGA file for the dual mode digital camera is 640 x 480 pixels, which not only takes quality still photos but also makes it easy to retouch photos and attach and share them through email. The camera has a 8 Megabytes built in memory (flash), a self timer, which delays for 10 seconds. It also has an auto balance and a black and white LCD display panel. To connect to a PC or a notebook, the camera uses a USB interface. The USB frame rates are 30 frames per second; offering 320 x 240 resolutions or 15 frames per second; offering 640 x 480 resolutions. Although the camera can be connected to power, its portability is enhanced with two AA alkaline batteries.
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The Internal memory of the Dual mode digital camera can store up to 60 fine images and up to 120 normal images. As such, the device is a cost effective camera, which operates both in still and video modes. It uses fixed optics and popular image-processing chains. The image sensor in this camera can be adjusted to full mode to yield raw data, thus enabling the user to use the camera in still mode. The camera's signal-to-noise ration can also be adjusted through supplemental lighting or ambient lighting. The Look-up Table (LUT) allows the user to adjust the camera to video mode by programming the camera's parameters to enable picture-processing methodologies like scaling encoding and de-correlation. These processes allow the user to user to meet the storage and transmission requirements posed by raw data through compressing and configuring logic circuits to spatial scales. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Dual-Mode Digital Camera errors before installing any driver updates.