What would a cigarette company (Pall Mall) send my sister in order to buy more cancer sticks ?! Zippo’s and matchbooks, too obvious, she already had them.
Better promotion: a digital camera. So, she gave me the camera, interesting to say the least.
onboard memory of 16 MB (I don’t know how it’s stored, but the accompanying instructions warn that if you take out the Chinese AAA batteries with it, the pictures will be erased.)
Image sensor: 100K pixel CMOS sensor
Internal Memory: 1 – 16Mb built in SDRam
Modes: Digital video recording (no sound)
Resolution: 352×288 (CIF)
Storage Capacity: CIF 18 images
QCIF 64 images
Shutter Speed: 1/10000 (typo? I’m thinking it’s really 1/1000)
Lens: Fixed f=4.0mm
Focus Range: 30cm to infinity
Self Timer: 10 seconds
It came with a USB 1.1 cord, but Tiger (OS X) doesn’t recognize the camera (But the cord works with my mom’s fuji camera), so I haven’t been able to transfer any of the pictures from the camera yet. It also came with drivers on a mini cd (windows only) and an instruction booklet, which I’ll try to scan later.
Anyone else care to share anymore about this camera ?
edit: expanded specs are credited to shrackman – Link
Update: June 5, 2009: Ubuntu 9.04 reports the camera as a “NHJ, Ltd Che-Ez Snap SNAP-U/Digigr8/Soundstar TDC-35” and it automatically appears in nautalis when the camera is connected via USB, but no files are accessible within the folder. :(