DCam Dual Mode 1024x768 USB Digital Camera Retail Box

DCam Dual Mode 1024x768 USB Digital Camera Retail Box
Product Number DCAM-145 Shipping Weight 1.50 lbs
Warranty Period 1 Year Manufacturer DCam
Condition New Manufacturer Part No. DCAM-145
Packaging Retail Box Support Contact Dealer
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Snap away and have fun! This cool looking dual mode USB digital camera is so neat because it can be used as a rudimentary video camera, or it can be mounted on your PC and used as a computer system camera via a USB port, Oh and it takes 1024x768 (software interpolated) digital pictures too! When used as a system camera or when your downloading your pictures from the camera, your PC powers the camera via the USB port, so you can save battery life!!
  • DCam Dual Mode 1024x768 USB Digital Camera Retail Box
  • Image Sensor: CMOS 350K pixels
  • Built-in memory: 8MB (not upgradeable)
  • Interface: USB
  • Image Storage: up to 145 images @640x480 pixel
  • Selectable Optical Resolution:
  • * 640x480 pixel
  • * 320x240 pixel
  • Software Resolution (Software enhanced):
  • * 1024x768 (software interpolated)
  • 24 bits true color
  • Auto-exposure
  • Shutter Speed: 1/4 ~ 1/2000
  • Viewfinder
  • Status LCD
  • Self Timer: 10 secs
  • Manual Focus Lens
  • Format: JPEG
  • PC Camera: (USB mode) : Max. frame/sec: 30fps@VGA
  • Video Recording:
  • Recording Time: QVGA (320x240):4 fps, (160x120): 20fps
  • File Format: Avi (for windows), Mpeg 1
  • Software bundled: MGI VideoWave III SE, MGI PhotoSuite III SE
  • Includes: Software on CD, USB cable (A to B), Hand Strap, Cradle (stand), Camera Pouch, TWAIN Driver CD, 2X AAA Alkaline Batteries, User's Manual
  • Please Note: Manual says 2MB of built-in memory, but it's actually 8MB
  • Camera has NO Flash
Product Requirements
  • Compatible Operating Systems:
  • Windows 98
  • Windows 2000
  • System Requirements:
  • Pentium 200MHz MMX System or equivalent
  • 32MB memory
  • CD-ROM drive (to load software, driver)
  • USB port
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