EPSON PhotoPC 800

Category: Camera
Manufacturer: EPSON
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: Not specified
Operating System: Windows 95/98/2000/Me/NT/XP
Latest Version / Release Date: v.1.40E / 02 Jun 2010

Windows device driver information for EPSON PhotoPC 800

EPSON PhotoPC 800 is a “point and shoot' digital camera manufactured by the EPSON Company. Aside the fact that it can be used with quite a number of operating systems, it also includes an INF Driver for installation via USB. One of its most important accessories is the Tiffen Mega Plus lens adapter, which maximizes the performance of the camera. The lens adapter enables one to get a larger, closer and wider picture, and still maintains the desired resolution and image quality. The camera can work hand in hand with its Nickel-Metal Hydride or Lithium rechargeable batteries, whose chargers are readily available for efficient production. It has a sensor, a CCD type which makes the camera more efficient in its operations. For the user's convenience, the camera can be manually adjusted in order to focus as desired, up to a normal focus range of about 542 centimeters and a macro focus range of up to 15 centimeters. Once the photos are captures, they can then be viewed from a slide show to TV.

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This digital device is a 2.1 mega pixel camera and it has a maximum resolution of 1600 by 1200, which can be decreased by the user to a minimum 640 by 480 dpi. Once it has been used to capture an image, the image ratio can be adjusted up to a ratio of 4:3, weight to height respectively. The camera has about 1.9 million effective pixels and 2.1 million sensor photo detectors. It also has pixel density of 6 mega pixels per centimeter squared. One of its properties,, which make it even more user friendly and capable of producing quality photos, is that its white balance over ride is user preset. Another important feature is a built in flash, though it lacks an external flash. This in-built flash can be switched between either auto, forced, sync, slow or it can even be out off if there is enough light for capturing the image. It can capture different picture modes including sports, portrait, scenery, burst, monochrome and macro. It also has a built in speaker that can also be used to record voices. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and EPSON PhotoPC 800 errors before installing any driver updates.