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ACCESSORIE: CM35 Secure Digital Camera for Pocket PCs without SDIO slot
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 20.08.03 - 20:17:56 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 6581x
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Finally, what HTC Wallaby - aka O2 xda/T-Mobile Phone Edition user has been waiting for is for real now - a fully functional SD camera for your Pocket PC Phone Edition

Once again, datanywhere.com is the first to bring you the latest accessories for your Pocket PC Phone -  here the T-Mobile Pocket PC Phone, the O2 xda or the Siemens SX56.

All you have to do is install the included award winning software IA Camera Wizard, connect the SD camera thru the SD slot on the bottom of your device and you are ready to go!


The ViewTake will let you take pictures or even small video clips at resolutions up to 640x480 in full 24 bit color and your Pocket PC doesn't need to be SDIO compatible!

datanaywhere.com has just received a small batch today which is selling really fast, but the next batch should be here before the end of the month for early September delivery.

Specification

CMOS image sensor: 300K(640 x480), color, 1/4 inches
Provide resolution: 160x120 16-bit BMP (37.5KB)
320x240 16 bit color BMP(150KB)
320x240 24-bit color JPEG (about 37.5KB)
640x480 24-bit color JPEG (about 112.5KB)
Picture transfer: Through Secure Digital Card Bus
(SPI/MMC/SDIO mode)
Preview files format: 160x120 16-bit color, 6-10 frames/second
Capture files format: 640x480 JPEG, 0.8 seconds
Automatic Exposure: Hardware on chip
Automatic White Balance: Hardware on chip
Viewfinder: Pocket PC on screen 16-bit color
Fixed focus: f/2.8, 4.9 mm focal length
View angle: 47"
Focus range: 60cm to infinity
Shutter speed: 1/15 - 1/500
EMC & Safety Certifications: FCC Class B, CE mark, VCCI
Dimension L x W x H: 60.9 (26.7) mm x 33.6 mm x 12 mm
Weight: Under 20 g

Hurry and order yours now, before they are gone!

Cheers ~ Arne

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Comments
Posted by Larry on 21.08.03 - 01:12:13

Does this mean there's hope for a WiFi card for the O2?

Posted by Steve Sande on 21.08.03 - 05:29:33

Does it work with the HTC Tanager Smartphone? That would be WONDERFUL since the Tanager already comes with the IA Album / Camera software...

Posted by Arne Hess on 21.08.03 - 13:17:00

@Larry: No, this doesn't mean that we might see a Wi-Fi card for the xda!

@Steve Sande: I don't believe it would work with the HTC Tanager because the Camera application on the phone doesn't let you select the port where the camera is attached but is only watching on COM1 for the camera. Also I wonder where the benefit should be? The clip-on cam for the Tanager is working pretty well at all; I don't think this camera would be a real improvement compared to the HTC clip-on camera.

Posted by birdcage on 25.08.03 - 13:57:15

does it run with iPAQ 3850?

Posted by Milg on 01.09.03 - 11:13:08

Is HTC Tanager capable of capturing a video clip? How? Thanks

Posted by Arne Hess on 01.09.03 - 11:20:02

@Milg: Yes, no problem. The clip-on camera can record videos with IA Album for Smartphone 1.6 (http://.../) which is part of some Smartphones like the PPCW.Net i-Mate. If you have a different Tanager and it's not included you can buy it seperate from Smartphone.net (http://.../)

Posted by andyclap on 12.09.03 - 19:23:13

Quick review:

I have one. It's not too shabby, and does what it intends to do pretty well.

The supplied software is excellent (suprisingly), stable and full-featured.

The picture quality is reasonable if you have a steady hand and enough light, what you'd expect from a low-cost 3Kpixel CCD device.

The video mode works, but at quite a low frame-rate (from 2fps at 320x240 to 6fps at 160x120).

Strangely, the silver button on the camera is just decoration.

I don’t think it works with MS portrait - and as the lens points away from the screen and is not rotatble, it wouldn’t be much use if it did work (would've been nice  - and not expensive - to put connectors on the other side of the SD connector too so one could take self photos).

It doesn't integrate directly with ezWap for MMS, but you can just go and pick up the pictures from the my documents folder.

I probably won't use it much, as my Casio Exilim is not that much larger and takes way better pictures & mini-movies, but it's nice to have for MMSing.

All in all, I'd recommend it, but only if you don’t have nor are planning to buy a compact digital camera with SD storage.

Posted by francisco on 02.02.05 - 19:36:59

hi this cam work with the audiovox pcc4100 pocket pc.

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