I need to perform an automatic image adquisition system. The idea is configuring, shutting and transferring the image files from the camera to my PC. I am exploring the camera brand but I do not know which of the has an avaible sdk (free or not). My request is if anyone could provide a list of digital camera manufacturer which has a sdk.
Thank you in advanced.
Mon, 24 Aug 2009 08:57:15 +0000
Don't know what you really want to do. But maybe you don't need a SDK at all. Canon EOS digital SLR cameras comes with RemoteCapture. It's a software that does pretty much what you just asked for. If that is insufficient, Canon also provides the SDK for the Canon EOS DSLR cameras for free, after you signed up.
Wed, 26 Aug 2009 05:48:03 +0000
Dear Chieh Cheng,
I was asking for the SDK because the pictures' capture is going to be done automatically from multiple cameras and nobody is going to be managing the computer. Besides, the number of captures will be huge, so the images will be stored into the computer hard disk, no into the camera card. I have found SDK's for high range models of nikon, canon and olympus:
1) Nikon has an url (https://sdk.nikonimaging.com/apply/) where apears the existing sdk. I don't know if it has developed some for the Coolpix range.
2) Canon has an url (http://www.didp.canon-europa.com/) where you can obtain the sdk. This forum says that the last compact camera supported is the PowerShot SX110IS.
3) Olympus has an url (http://developer.olympus.com/cameras_25.html). In that url doesn't appears the best compact models.
Do you know some addtional brand which an avaible SDK? For example Panasonic or Kodak. Besides, in the case of Olypus, do you know if the lastest models (SP-565 uz, SP-570 uz, SP-590 uz and EP - 1) is going to be included in some SDK?
Thank you in advanced,
Wed, 26 Aug 2009 12:28:22 +0000
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