I'm looking to create an SNES emulator for my digital camera (To pass time when I'm not at my computer). The only issue is, I'm not much of a programmer, and I have no idea how to get -into- the camera to program it, other than futile-ly putting pictures into the camera memory... which does nothing anyhow... Any advice/Links/help/programs? *Shy smile*
Tue, 15 Aug 2006 08:47:46 -0700
I haven't looked at this camera in particular, but usually doing what you have in mind involves connecting to another interface that is most likely resident inside the camera, and associated with one of the chips. Sometimes it will be a "header" on the circuit card, which means there's a place to insert a connector for programming on the circuit card, but the manufacturer didn't bother putting the socket in place. In the past these interfaces were usually rs232, but these days may be more likely to be I2C or jtag. I'm afraid there's no easy entry for a person to begin doing what you want to do. But if you still have the will, you'll find a way.
Sun, 27 Jul 2008 16:57:43 +0000
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