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Old 08-01-2008, 07:09 PM
"Dmitryi & Elf"
 
Default Nikon L18 Support

Hello,

Nikon L18 looks like a decent and relatively cheap camera, but, it's not
clear whether it can connect in USB storage device mode. Is there any
support for this camera via SANE or any other interface?



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Old 08-01-2008, 08:11 PM
Ron Johnson
 
Default Nikon L18 Support

On 08/01/08 14:09, Dmitryi & Elf wrote:

Hello,

Nikon L18 looks like a decent and relatively cheap camera, but, it's not
clear whether it can connect in USB storage device mode. Is there any
support for this camera via SANE or any other interface?


It almost certainly works either as a storage device or uses the PTP
protocol. SANE, though? I doubt it.


What's the address of the manufacturer's L18 web page?

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Old 08-01-2008, 08:20 PM
Paul Cartwright
 
Default Nikon L18 Support

On Fri August 1 2008, Dmitryi & Elf wrote:
> Nikon L18 looks like a decent and relatively cheap camera, but, it's not *
> clear whether it can connect in USB storage device mode. Is there any *
> support for this camera via SANE or any other interface?

I have a Nikon D60, and I use Digikam to pull the pictures from the camera to
Debian.. Once you have the camera connected to the USB port, and turned on,
Debian should bring up a window asking what you want to do with this object..
choose digikam.

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Old 08-01-2008, 08:31 PM
Ron Johnson
 
Default Nikon L18 Support

On 08/01/08 15:20, Paul Cartwright wrote:

On Fri August 1 2008, Dmitryi & Elf wrote:
Nikon L18 looks like a decent and relatively cheap camera, but, it's not
clear whether it can connect in USB storage device mode. Is there any
support for this camera via SANE or any other interface?


I have a Nikon D60, and I use Digikam to pull the pictures from the camera to
Debian.. Once you have the camera connected to the USB port, and turned on,
Debian should bring up a window asking what you want to do with this object..

choose digikam.


Since *everyone* knows that GNOME is superior, the *obvious* choice
is gthumb...


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respect, and influence, and they also fear for their jobs. Each
can be a healthy motivator, but each has the ability to turn a
good scientist into a bad one; and in some cases, they can turn
a good scientist into a charlatan."
http://thefutureofthings.com/book/3/the-bomb-that-never-was.html


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Old 08-01-2008, 10:06 PM
Marc Shapiro
 
Default Nikon L18 Support

Dmitryi & Elf wrote:

Hello,

Nikon L18 looks like a decent and relatively cheap camera, but, it's
not clear whether it can connect in USB storage device mode. Is there
any support for this camera via SANE or any other interface?



My L11 can connect as a USB mass storage, or PTP. I use gtkam with it.

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Old 08-01-2008, 11:30 PM
Allan Wind
 
Default Nikon L18 Support

On 2008-08-01T14:09:06, Dmitryi & Elf wrote:
> Nikon L18 looks like a decent and relatively cheap camera, but, it's not
> clear whether it can connect in USB storage device mode. Is there any
> support for this camera via SANE or any other interface?

I have not used that model, but had no problems accessing older ones and
their DSLRs as USB storage devices. It may take a configuration change.


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Old 08-01-2008, 11:46 PM
Allan Wind
 
Default Nikon L18 Support

On 2008-08-01T15:31:17, Ron Johnson wrote:
> Since *everyone* knows that GNOME is superior, the *obvious* choice
> is gthumb...

It is not clear to me if you are plugging or dishing gthumb.

gthumb is not very usable while building thumb index files for a large
collection of images (1000s). Once it gets past that I have not found
anything better to process a batch of images (slide show with manual
navigation, preview image, loss-less jpeg rotate, delete).


/Allan
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Old 08-02-2008, 01:07 AM
Ron Johnson
 
Default Nikon L18 Support

On 08/01/08 18:46, Allan Wind wrote:

On 2008-08-01T15:31:17, Ron Johnson wrote:
Since *everyone* knows that GNOME is superior, the *obvious* choice
is gthumb...


It is not clear to me if you are plugging or dishing gthumb.


Nah, just having a little fun...

gthumb is not very usable while building thumb index files for a large
collection of images (1000s). Once it gets past that I have not found
anything better to process a batch of images (slide show with manual
navigation, preview image, loss-less jpeg rotate, delete).


???

Better than what? Digikam?

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can be a healthy motivator, but each has the ability to turn a
good scientist into a bad one; and in some cases, they can turn
a good scientist into a charlatan."
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Old 08-02-2008, 01:34 AM
Allan Wind
 
Default Nikon L18 Support

On 2008-08-01T20:07:54, Ron Johnson wrote:
> Better than what? Digikam?

feh
gqview
imagemagick
nautilus
xzgv


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Old 08-02-2008, 03:06 AM
Ron Johnson
 
Default Nikon L18 Support

On 08/01/08 20:34, Allan Wind wrote:

On 2008-08-01T20:07:54, Ron Johnson wrote:

Better than what? Digikam?


feh
gqview
imagemagick
nautilus
xzgv


Ah. Your grammar was a bit confusing. Or I'm getting Alzheimer's.

gqview is my favorite image viewer, and works well even on
directories with hundred's of thousands of files. I don't use it's
thumbnail features, though.


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respect, and influence, and they also fear for their jobs. Each
can be a healthy motivator, but each has the ability to turn a
good scientist into a bad one; and in some cases, they can turn
a good scientist into a charlatan."
http://thefutureofthings.com/book/3/the-bomb-that-never-was.html


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