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There is a fine article that appeared on OS/2 VOICE about downloading pictures from a USB digital camera using OS/2. There are several cameras that work like a USB Mass Storage Device, and these are - of course - supported by USB MSD device drivers, either the official IBM ones or those of Chris Wohlgemuth.
It is also wise to throw an eye on the ThirdEye Shareware Project. They told us they were going to introduce support for a selected number of USB cameras. You can find their homepage at http://ecomstation.ru/thirdeye/.
There is also a port of gphoto for OS/2 at ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/pub/gphoto/. You can check the cameras compatible with Ghoto at http://www.gphoto.org/cameras.html.
A patched device driver for the Olympus C-1 digital camera is available at the Drivers page in this section of os2warp.be.
Maybe other USB Digital Cameras will work with this patch, send us an e-mail and tell us which models also run with OS/2.

Product Ability Enterprise Revue DC 3330
P/NVQ3000Z
DesignerAbility Enterprise
URLhttp://www.abico.com.tw http://www.vqti.com/viewq...
Price??
CommentsArtur Söhnholz told us this device works fine under OS/2 as an storage device.
It has 3,1 Mega pixels, 3x optical zoom, 16 MB built-in storage.
This is an OEM product, so \"VQ3000Z\" probably means a producer named VIEWQUEST. Camera is recognized by CWUSBMSD via USB 2.0-Hub/2.0-Card.

Config.sys:
BASEDEV=USBOHCD.SYS /v /fs
BASEDEV=USBOHCD.SYS /v /fs
BASEDEV=USBOHCD.SYS /v /fs
BASEDEV=USBUHCD.SYS /v /fs
BASEDEV=USBUHCD.SYS /v /fs
BASEDEV=USBEHCD.SYS /v /fs
BASEDEV=USBD.SYS /v /REQ:USBUHCD$,USBOHCD$,USBEHCD$
BASEDEV=CWUSBMSD.ADD /V /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:3 /FIXED_DISKS:3 /FORCE_TO_REMOVABLE
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Aiptek International pocket Cam 3 Mega camera
P/N-
DesignerAiptek
URLhttp://www.aiptek.de/index.php?mapid1&katid1=8&kat...
Price??
CommentsGay Guillaume reports us that this device works under OS/2 Warp 4. He updated USB.IDS (He used the INF files on the Windows drivers CD-ROM) to make it properly shown by USB Device Monitor.

This camera is seen as a Mass Storage Device once connected. It works -at least- with the OS/2 USB Device Driver v10.84 (available via Software Choice or with eComStation).

Note : He had problems with CW's USB drivers : all the image files were corrupted once downloaded...

Here it his CONFIG.SYS :

BASEDEV=BMSD.ADD /V /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:1 /FIXED_DISKS:0
VendorID0x08CA
DeviceID0x2011
Product Canon Digital IXUS 400
P/NIXUS 400
DesignerCanon
URLhttp://www.canon-europe.com/For_Home/Product_Finde...
Price??
CommentsFrank Vos told us used the following command with gphoto2 to make this camera work:

gphoto2.exe --port \"usb:\" --camera \"Canon Digital IXUS 300\" --usbid 0x04A9:0x3075=04A9:0x304d -P

His config.sys entries:

BASEDEV=BUHCD.SYS (dated 30-09-03)
BASEDEV=BUHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=BUHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=BD.SYS (dated 30-09-03)
BASEDEV=BHID.SYS (dated 30-09-03)
BASEDEV=BMSD.ADD /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:1 (dated 30-09-03)
REM BASEDEV=BCDROM.ADD
REM DEVICE=\\OS2\\BOOT\\USBKBD.SYS
DEVICE=\\OS2\\BOOT\\USBMOUSE.SYS
REM DEVICE=\\OS2\\BOOT\\USBCOM.SYS
REM DEVICE=\\OS2\\BOOT\\USBPRT.SYS
DEVICE=\\OS2\\BOOT\\USBRESMG.SYS
DEVICE=\\PROGRAMS\\GPHOTO\\gph2usb.sys
VendorID0x04A9
DeviceID0x3075
Product Canon PowerShot A200
P/NA200
DesignerCanon
URLhttp://www.powershot.com/powershot2/a200-a100/inde...
PriceUSD 179 - 229
CommentsChris Hellwig reports that this camera is working fine with CW-USBMSD V1.1 (9/08/02) and gphoto2.exe (Using an proprietary protocol supported by gphoto2). The only trick he used was to change the USB-ID from 3065 (as expected by gphoto) to 3062 (as reported via USBRES.EXE).
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Canon PowerShot A40
P/NA40
DesignerCanon
URLhttp://www.powershot.com/powershot2/a40-30/index.h...
PriceUSD 240
CommentsStom tried it with eComStation and gphoto/2 and it worked great but the USB ID needs to be changed. His CMD for transferring the files is: "gphoto2.exe --port:usb: --camera "Canon PowerShot A40" --usbid 0x04A9:0x3062=0x04A9:0x3065 -P".
VendorID0x04A9
DeviceID0x3058
Product Canon PowerShot A70
P/NA70
DesignerCanon
URLhttp://www.canon.com/camera-museum/camera/digital/...
Price??
CommentsNeil Waldhauer told us thats this camera works fine with eComStation 1.1 and gphoto/2.

Here is the gphoto/2 command:

gphoto2 --port "usb" --camera "Canon PowerShot A40" --usbid "0x04a9:0x3073=0x04a9:0x3058" -P


Franz Bakan also told us this device works fine under eComStation 1.1 with FP3. He uses an Intel Pentium III with 256 MB RAM.

With the new version of gphoto2 (available at netlabs)
ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/pub/gphoto/gphoto2-devpack.zip

There is no need the special parameters. 'gphoto2 -P' is enough to get all pictures from the camera. And it's faster than the previous version.
VendorID0x04A9
DeviceID0x3073
Product Canon Powershot G6
P/NG6
DesignerCanon
URLhttp://www.canon.de/for_home/product_finder/camera...
Price??
CommentsRainer Greulich told us this device works with eComStation 1.0 with fix pack 1.04 using Netlabs Gphoto2 with the following command :
gphoto2 --port \"usb:\" --usbid \"0x04a9:0x30B3=0x04a9:0x3056\" -P

USB-Drivers in config.sys:
BASEDEV=USBUHCD.SYS /V
BASEDEV=USBD.SYS /REQ:USBUHCD$
BASEDEV=USBHID.SYS
BASEDEV=USBMSD.ADD
DEVICE=x:\\OS2\\BOOT\\usbresmg.sys
DEVICE=J:\\apps\\graphic\\GPHOTO2\\gph2usb.sys
VendorID0x04A9
DeviceID0x30B3
Product Canon PowerShot S40/S30
P/NS40/S30
DesignerCanon
URLhttp://www.powershot.com/powershot2/s40-30/
Price-
CommentsAccording to Torsten Schulz it works fine under eCS 1.1 and Warp 4 with either cw-USB 1.2 or USB drivers supplied with eCS. You need gphoto to access it.
Just do the usual thing:
"gphoto --port "usb:" --camera "Canon PowerShot S30" -P"
for downloading all photos.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Canon PowerShot S50/S45
P/NS50/S45
DesignerCanon
URLhttp://www.powershot.com/powershot2/s50-45/index.h...
PriceEUR 500
CommentsAccording to Torsten Schulz it works fine under eCS 1.1 and Warp 4 with either cw-USB 1.2 or USB drivers supplied with eCS.

You need gphoto and use the following command:
"gphoto2 --port usb: --camera "Canon PowerShot S30" --usbid 0x04A9:0x3077=0x04A9:0x3057 -P"

If you use "gphoto --auto-detect" it says it's a PTP Class Camera. But it doesn't work with the actual version of gphoto2/2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Casio Exilim EX-Z55
P/NEX-Z55
DesignerCasio
URLhttp://exilim.casio.com/
Price??
CommentsMike told us he used the latest IBM USB drivers (usbbasic, usbmsd) (it works also with cwusbmsd), you need a kind of docking station to connect via USB (included). The camera has a option for usb: mass storage (usb direct print) or PTP (PictBridge), select Mass Storage. Theres no problem mounting the device and copy files however unmount does not work, eject gives SYS0021 . The only way to disconnect/recover the usb drive is to disconnect the camera and plug in a usb stick and use the eject command again, it will work. OS/2 version didnt matter, at least Warp3 wont work ;-) , tested with Warp4 FP15 and WSEB FP2.

config.sys line:

BASEDEV=USBMSD.ADD /V /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:1
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product CASIO Exilim S-1 Digital Camera
P/NS-1
DesignerCASIO COMPUTER
URLhttp://www.exilim.jp/ex_s1/style/
Price-
CommentsThis device was reported to work with CWUSBMSD.ADD drivers V1.2 or higher needed.
The follwing cameras should also work: QV 3EX, QV 2000 UX, QV 2300 UX, QV 2800 UX, QV 2900 UX, QV 3000 EX, QV 4000, QV 5700, QV 8000, QV R3, QV R4.
USBRES device report available.
VendorID0x07CF
DeviceID0x1001
Product CASIO QV 3000 EX Digital Camera
P/NQV 3000 EX
DesignerCASIO COMPUTER
URL-
Price-
CommentsThis device was reported to work with CWUSBMSD.ADD drivers V1.2 or higher needed. The follwing cameras should also work: QV 3EX, QV 2000 UX, QV 2300 UX, QV 2800 UX, QV 2900 UX, QV 3000 EX, QV 4000, QV 5700, QV 8000 , QV R3, QV R4.
USBRES device report available.
VendorID0x07CF
DeviceID0x1001
Product CASIO QV 5700 EX Digital Camera
P/NQV 5700 EX
DesignerCASIO COMPUTER
URLwww.casio.com
Price-
CommentsThis device was reported to work with CWUSBMSD.ADD drivers V1.2 or higher needed. The follwing cameras should also work: QV 3EX, QV 2000 UX, QV 2300 UX, QV 2800 UX, QV 2900 UX, QV 3000 EX, QV 4000, QV 5700, QV 8000, QV R3, QV R4.
USBRES device report available.
VendorID0x07CF
DeviceID0x1001
Product Casio QV-3500EX
P/NQV-3500EX
DesignerCasio
URLhttp://world.casio.com/asia/qv/3000ex/
Price-
CommentsAndy B. told us that this works fine with the CWUSBMSD driver (attach, view, copy, the whole shebang).
CWUSBMSD.ADD V1.2 or higher needed.
The follwing cameras should also work: QV 3EX, QV 2000 UX, QV 2300 UX, QV 2800 UX, QV 2900 UX, QV 3000 EX, QV 4000, QV 5700, QV 8000, QV R3, QV R4.
USBRES device report available here.

Jurg Faulhammer also reports this device works. Here its his config.sys

BASEDEV=USBUHC.SYS /V
BASEDEV=SBD.SYS /V
BASEDEV=USBMSD.ADD /V /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:2 /FIXED_DISKS:0 /FORCE_TO_REMOVABLE
VendorID0x07CF
DeviceID0x1001
Product EMPREX DSC 2200V
P/N2200V
DesignerEMPREX
URL-
Price-
CommentsEd Durrant told me this camera works.
“It works attached it to OS/2 CP2FP4 system (latest IBM USB drivers) and clicked on the refresh removable media icon in the drives folder and a new drive appeared. Sure enough I can access the pictures and delete them from the OS/2 computer. I have attached some pictures of the camera for the list.”
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Epson PhotoPC 3100Z Digital Camera
P/N3100Z
DesignerEpson
URLhttp://www.epson.com/cgi-bin/Store/ProductQuickSpe...
PriceUSD 599.00
CommentsHeiko Nitzsche has tested this camera under OS/2, with the lastest Mass Storage drivers

BASEDEV=USBMSD.ADD /REMOVABLES:1.
The image quality is great. Full specs and user manuals are mentioned on the EPSON website.
Reviews:
http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/E3100/E31A3.HTM, http://www.steves-digicams.com/2001_reviews/3100z.html.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Fuji FinePix 6800Z Digital Camera
P/N-
Designer-
URL-
Price-
CommentsWorks great with CW-USB drivers

eCS (Kernel 14.091a)
Shuttle AK31 Mainboard Vers. 3.1
Athlon K7 1668.7 MHz
Award BIOS 4.17.02
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product FujiFilm 2600 Zoom
P/N2600
DesignerFujiFilm
URLhttp://www.fujifilm.com/JSP/fuji/epartners/Product...
PriceUSD 299
CommentsLee W. Riemenschneider tested this camera with the USBMSD.ADD v1.3 drivers (July 4, 2002) (No patch needed!) This camera wouldn't work with the v1.1 USB MSD driver. Now you can download pictures over a USB connection.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product FujiFilm FinePix A203
P/NA203
DesignerFujiFilm
URLhttp://www.fujifilm.com/JSP/fuji/epartners/Product...
PriceUSD 249
CommentsHuub de Groot told me this camera works fine as an storage device under OS/2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product FujiFilm FinePix A500 5.1MP Digital Camera
P/NA500
DesignerFujiFilm
URLhttp://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital/lineup/a5...
Price$150.00
CommentsEd Durrant told us this device works fine with OS/2 Warp and Warp Server 4.52 with Fixpack 4. Although this camera has a pictbridge interface, it also has a standard USB interface and looks to OS/2 as a standard MSD device. Pictures can be read from it as if it were a USB memory stick.
VendorID0x04CB
DeviceID0x019E
Product FujiFilm FinePix S304
P/NS304
DesignerFujiFilm
URLhttp://www.finepix.com/lineup/s304/
Price-
CommentsRobert Kokeny told me it works with the CW mass storage. He has a config.sys configuration like:
BASEDEV=USBOHCD.SYS /V /FS (or BASEDEV=USBUHCD.SYS /V /FS)
BASEDEV=CWUSBOHC.SYS /V (or BASEDEV=CWUSBUHC.SYS /V)
BASEDEV=CWUSBD.SYS /V /REQ:USBOHCD$,CWUSBOHC$,CWUSBUHC$ (or BASEDEV=CWUSBD.SYS /V /REQ:USBUHCD$,CWUSBOHC$,CWUSBUHC$)
BASEDEV=CWUSBMSD.ADD /V /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:1 /FIXED_DISKS:0
rem /FORCE_TO_REMOVABLE
I remove this parameter, because the mouse driver is not working)
Reboot and in the Driver folder run the "Refresh removable media". The new Icon will apearing...
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Fujifilm FinePix s5000 SLR digital
P/Ns5000
DesignerFujifilm
URLhttp://home.fujifilm.com/products/digital/digitalc...
Price$AUD 999.00 ($750USD)
CommentsDavid Shearer reports that the Fujifilm s5000 SLR digital camera works well with OS2-eCs. He is using eCs 1.1 with the latest USB MSD drivers and the camera works perfectly as a mass storage device.

His config.sys settings are fairly standard:

BASEDEV=USBMSD.ADD /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:1

The camera also records motion JPEG movies at 320*240 (30fps) which can be played back using latest WarpVision (includes sound). These are saved in the same directory on the xD memory card in the camera. There are no special tricks to get the camera working. The camera is 3.2 meg pixels with 10 times optical zoom.

Yuri Dario also tested this device under eComStaiton 1.1 with Fix 4 using the USBMSD version 10.135.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Fujifilm S602Z Digital Camera
P/N-
DesignerFujifilm
URL-
Price-
CommentsUse CWUSBMSD.ADD V1.2 or higher. Tested with IBM USB 2 driver.
USBRES device report available here.
VendorID0x04CB
DeviceID0x010a
Product HP Photosmart 318 Digital Camera
P/NHP 318XI
DesignerHewlett Packard
URLhttp://products.hp-at-home.com/products/detail.php...
PriceUSD 199.99
CommentsThis camera is currently for sale on buy.com and other outlets. It has 8 megabytes of internal flash memory. It has a slot for a compact flash card. It comes with a USB cable, and the camera can be configured for Camera Mode or Disk Mode with USB.
If it is configured for Disk Mode, it is recognized as a disk drive under OS/2. The currently installed memory type is recognized (i.e. internal memory or compact flash, but not both). The camera permits you to copy internal images to compact flash as well. I have tested memory sizes of 4 MB, 8 MB (internal), 64 MB and 128 MB and they are all recognized as valid disks. The camera has the standard DCIM folder for photos containing folders of images. These images can be copied or opened directly with PMView 2000.
This camera works rather nicely and takes a standard (A) connector to a compact (A) connector. I would recommend that extensive use of the camera connected to USB requires the use of the 6V AC Adapter.
Thanks to Mike Maksimik for this information.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product HP Photosmart 618 Digital Camera
P/N618
DesignerHewlett Packard
URLhttp://h20015.www2.hp.com/en/product.jhtml?reg=&cc...
Price-
CommentsBart Bremmers told me this device works fine as a storage device using the september USB drivers from the eCS site. (usbehci.exe & usbstor.zip). His config.sys settings:

BASEDEV=USBUHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=USBD.SYS /REQ:USBUHCD$
USBOHCD$
USBEHCD$
BASEDEV=USBHID.SYS
BASEDEV=USBMSD.ADD.

Also works fine with CW-USB drivers. USBRES device report available here.
VendorID0x03F0
DeviceID0x4002
Product HP PhotoSmart 935
P/N935
DesignerHewlett-Packard
URLhttp://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/us/en/ho/WF06b/1517...
PriceUSD 450
CommentsRoberto Gainza told us this camera works fine under OS/2 and eCS.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product JD C 1.3 LCD
P/NC 1.3 LCD
DesignerJenDigital
URLhttp://www.digital-kamera-discount.de/p109.html
PriceUSD 116
CommentsDimitrios "Taki" Bogiatzoules tried this camera under OS/2 and it worked fine.
You can access the data on the camera by executing "LVM.EXE /RediscoverPRM" or by clicking on the "Refresh removable Media" icon. Then you will find the *.JPG, *.AVI and *.WAV in a directory called G:DCIM100V1310 (if G. is the next free drive letter). I could open the *.JPG with any program (I use PMVIEW) and the *.AVI with WarpVision. The sound files and the sound of the AVI files didn't work :-(
I think there isn't a 4 Bit codec on my eCS available. Config.sys:

BASEDEV=USBOHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=USBOHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=USBD.SYS /REQ:USBOHCD$
BASEDEV=USBHID.SYS
BASEDEV=USBMSD.ADD /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:1.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Konica Digital Revio KD-100
P/NKD-100
DesignerKonica
URLhttp://www.konica.co.uk/
Price89.95
CommentsDavid Raison told us this camera works fine to copy images from it.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Konica KD-510Z
P/NKD-510Z
DesignerKonica
URLhttp://www.konicaminolta.com
Price??
CommentsDelfi Rienoso told us this camera works under eComStation 1.2.
This model was issued before the Konica-Minolta merger. Newer models Konica-Minolta are only rebranded cameras, so it\'s likely that they will perform very well too, specialy the KonicaMinolta G530 that has only cosmetic changes from the awarded Konica KZ510.
VendorID0x04C8
DeviceID0x072E
Product Konica Minolta Dimage A200
P/NA200
DesignerKonica Minolta
URLhttp://konicaminolta.com/products/consumer/digital...
Price??
CommentsHeiko Nitzsche told us this device works fine under eCS 1.1 with fixes XRGC004 (FP4), XRG4503 (DDK3), Kernel 14.100c.
This device has been tested with the following USB driver revisions:
IBM\'s USB base : 10.145
IBM\'s USB mass storage: 10.145
CW\'s USB mass storage: 1.2b
After pluging in the camera, double click \"Refresh Removable Media\", after which a new storage device object will appear in the drives folder. This object gives access to the images on the camera\'s storage device. Reading, writing and deleting works as expected.

Both of this drivers on his config sys works:
BASEDEV=USBMSD.ADD /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:x
or
BASEDEV=CWUSBMSD.ADD /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:x
VendorID0x132B
DeviceID0x0019
Product Konica Minolta Dimage G500
P/NG500
DesignerKonica Minolta
URLhttp://konicaminolta.com/products/consumer/digital...
Price??
CommentsLuc Van Bogaert told us that the Minolta G500 works fine as a mass storage device using IBM's MSD USB device drivers on eComStation 1.1. After pluging in the camera, double click "Refresh Removable Media", after which a new storage device object will appear in the Drives folder. This object gives access to the images on the camera's storage device.
VendorID0x0686
DeviceID0x4020
Product Konica Minolta Dimage Z1
P/NDimageZ1
Designer-
URLhttp://www2.konicaminolta.jp/english/products/cons...
Price-
CommentsAccording to David T. Johnson it works very well but only with the newest OS/2 USB drivers dated 30 September 2003 (or newer). The USB drivers need to have the following dates and file sizes:

9-30-03 1:55p 22706 0 USBD.SYS
9-30-03 1:56p 41292 0 USBEHCD.SYS
9-30-03 1:56p 13310 0 USBHID.SYS
9-30-03 1:56p 33558 0 USBOHCD.SYS
9-30-03 1:57p 5278 0 USBCDROM.ADD
9-30-03 1:57p 34662 0 USBMSD.ADD


VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Konica Minolta Dimage Z10
P/NZ10
DesignerMinolta
URLhttp://www.konica.co.uk/
Price-
CommentsInstalled Asus P4P800SE, Dawicontrol DC-2974 PCI, Realtek 8139 based NIC (Sitecom card), Dr Cooler DCRU2-D43 card reader, Matrox G400 videocard.
In the config.sys are the next few lines;

BASEDEV=BUHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=BUHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=BUHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=BEHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=BD.SYS /REQ:USBUHCD$,USBEHCD$
BASEDEV=BHID.SYS
BASEDEV=BMSD.ADD /REMOVABLES:9


As digital camera I have a Konica Minolta Dimage Z10. Its mounted via its own cable to USB port 1. For setup in the config.sys, see above. You can hotplug the camera. Switch on camera, it will look for a connection. After that you can either use the command "lvm /RediscoverPRM" or do it more automatic with USBMOUNTD. Because the latter doesn't recognize the reader (Dr Cooler DCRU2-D43), I don't use the program and I use the LVM command instead.
Thanks to Joop Nijenhuis for this very nice information, and his very constructive feedback (Sorry we kept you waiting so long)!
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Konicakd310z.jpg
P/NKD-310Z
DesignerKonica
URLhttp://www.konica.com/products/digital/cameras/kd3...
Price-
CommentsBodo told us this camera works fine with Chris Wohlgemuth's USB drivers.
BASEDEV=CWUSBUHC.SYS /V
BASEDEV=CWUSBD.SYS /REQ:USBUHCD$,USBOHCD$,USBEHCD$
BASEDEV=CWUSBMSD.ADD /V /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:1 /FIXED_DISKS:0 /FORCE_TO_REMOVABLE.
"I can load the images from the camera to the hard disc of the PC and I can erase then on the SD card of the camera, I can't transfer images from the hard disc to the camera."
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Kyocera Finecam S3 Digital camera
P/NeUSB MultiMediaCard Adapter
DesignerSCM Microsystems Inc.
URL-
Price-
CommentsCW-USB drivers. USBRES device report available here.
VendorID0x04E6
DeviceID0x4002
Product LEICA DigiLux 1
P/NDigiLux 1
DesignerLeica
URLhttp://www.leica-camera.com/digitalekameras/digilu...
Price-
CommentsUsing the USB Mass-storage driver 1.3 Paul Vredeling had succed reading the imageson this camera with OS/2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Minolta Dimage X20
P/NX20
DesignerMinolta
URLhttp://www.minoltausa.com/eprise/main/MinoltaUSA/M...
Price€181.00 approx.
CommentsHere are Dimitrios Bogiatzoules comments about this camera.
“I'm using eCS 1.1 with the newest driver and it works fine as a mass storage device. For the folks with noch SW-Choice or eCS I've tried free CWUSB-Package and it works fine too.
My CONFIG.SYS looks like
BASEDEV=USBOHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=USBD.SYS /V
BASEDEV=USBMSD.ADD /V /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:1

Either the LVM.EXE /RediscoverPRM command (or the "Refresh removable Media" icon) or the "Removable Device Monitor" installed with eCS force a new drive to appear.
ATTENTION: Doing some experiments I found out that accessing the files via WPS causes problems. Sometimes I couldn't read a file and sometimes the camera complaint a SD-Card error. I suppose it has to do with saving EAs on the SD-Card, which is FAT formated. Using the command line or REXX works as expected.
The movies taken with the camera are saved as quicktime, which I couldn't read using OS/2.... (WVGUI20031006)
The camera itself is very handy and fast, has a build-within-the-camera zoom and doesn't need too much energy (2x AA batteries or NiMH accu).”
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Minox DC2122
P/NDC2122
DesignerMinox
URLhttp://www.minox.de/minox2002/pages/templates_stan...
Price-
CommentsOlafur Gunnlaugsson told me this camera works fine as an storage device under OS/2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Mintola F200
P/NF200
DesignerMintola
URLhttp://www.minolta.com
Price-
CommentsAdriaan Van Os told us this camera works fine under his eCS 1.1 installation.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Nikon Coolpix 2000
P/NCoolpix 2000
DesignerNikon Corp.
URL-
Price-
CommentsTested with ACP on ASUS P5A (Ali Aladdin V chipset. thus OHCI) and CW-USB devices.
VendorID0x04b0
DeviceID0x0301
Product Nikon CoolPix 2100
P/N2100
DesignerNikon
URLhttp://www.nikonusa.com/usa_home/home.jsp
Price-
CommentsMikael Elf told us this camera works fine under eCS 1.1.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Nikon CoolPix 3100
P/N3100
DesignerNikon
URLhttp://www.nikonusa.com/template.php?cat=1&grp=2&p...
PriceUSD $299.95
CommentsGabriele Bianchi reports that this devices works fine under OS/2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Nikon CoolPix 4500
P/N4500
DesignerNikon
URLhttp://www.nikonusa.com/usa_product/product.jsp?ca...
Price-
CommentsLee W. Riemenschneider sent his comments about this camera and told that it works great with the USB MSD 1.4 drivers.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Nikon CoolPix 5700
P/N5700
DesignerNikon
URLhttp://www.europe-nikon.com/details.aspx?countryid...
Price-
CommentsHilsen Per Lok Larsena told me this camera works fine with both IBM's USBMSD and CWUSBMSD 1.2b driver on MCP2 It can transfer files to and from the camera and can also delete files on the camera. The transfer rate is a bit slow though.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Nikon CoolPix 7900SE
P/N7900SE
DesignerNikon
URLhttp://www.europe-nikon.com/details.aspx?countryid...
Price£319.99
CommentsJan-Erik Lärka told us this device works under ecs 1.1 and eComStation v2.0 ß2. Just plug in and start the camera, then just copy ... no special software or and kind of need for configuration. :-D Work very good as Mass storage device, but you can also switch the camera to PTP-mode, not tested for that though, nor the video capabilities.
VendorID0x04B0
DeviceID0x0136
Product Nikon CoolPix 885
P/N885
DesignerNikon
URLhttp://www.nikonusa.com/usa_product/product.jsp?ca...
Price-
CommentsHerwig Bauernfeind tested this camera under OS/2 and worked fine with the USBMSD.ADD 1.4 driver.
BASEDEV=USBMSD.ADD /REMOVEABLES:1 /FLOPPIES:0.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Nikon Coolpix 995
P/NNikon Corp.
DesignerCoolpix 995
URL-
Price-
CommentsWorking config.sys settings:
BASEDEV=CWUSBUHC.SYS / V
BASEDEV=CWUSBD.SYS / V
BASEDEV=CWUSBMSD.ADD / V / FLOPPIES:0 / REMOVABLES:1 / FIXED_DISKS:0 /FORCE_TO_REMOVABLE
Compatible with CW-USB drivers. If you're having problems, then refer to this file.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Nikon CoolPix E2500
P/NE2500
DesignerNikon
URLhttp://www.nikon-image.com/eng/PDF/index2500.htm
PriceUSD 350
CommentsLesha Bogdanow wrote me and told me that this camera works fine in mass storage device mode with CW-USB driver v. 1.1. The camera is very handy (just takes some time to get used to its extraordinary shape) and makes nice shots when the light is good, unfortunately high noises and low sensitivity make it hardly useful when the light is poor.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Nikon D-70 SLR
P/ND-70SLR
DesignerNikon
URLhttp://www.nikon-image.com/eng/PDF/d70.htm
Price??
CommentsKim Foder told us this device works under OS/2 Warp 4 (FP17). Works great as MSD, using the latest drivers from IBM. Only 1 minor problem : Whenever the drive has been opened in OS/2, the camera insists the card must be formatted before it can be used again. You can still read the device from os/2 the camera just won\'t store/read images on/from it.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product OLYMPUS C-1 Digital Camera
P/NC-1
DesignerOLYMPUS
URL-
Price-
CommentsUSBRES device report available here.
CWUSBMSD.ADD V1.2 or higher needed.
VendorID0x07B4
DeviceID0x0102
Product Olympus C-2040 Zoom
P/NC-2040
DesignerOlympus
URLhttp://cf.olympus-europa.com/consumer/digimg/intro...
Price-
CommentsWolfgang wrote me to tell me that this camera is workign fine as a storage device under OS/2 using the USB storage driver from 2002/04/09
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Olympus C-3020
P/NC3020
DesignerOlympus
URLhttp://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_section/cpg_digi...
Price-
CommentsChrisitan Langanke reports this camera works fine as a storage device.
The MSD support is of IBM:10.073 @ OS/2 USB MSD Class Adapter Driver but I also use 10.83 at home.
AFAIK at least the Olympus 4xxx cameras, which are pretty much more current, should also be usable with USB as standard mass storage device.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Olympus C-370 Camera
P/NC-370
DesignerOlympus
URLhttp://www.olympus-europe.com/consumer/29_C-370_ZO...
Price??
CommentsAlexandr Cherkaev told us this device works fine under OS/2 MCP2 and ACP2. He used the patched USBD.SYS from mmportv1.zip package. Also tested only with cwusbmsd driver from cw-usbmsd-v1_2b.zip, IBM\'s usbmsd.add not tested.
VendorID0x07B4
DeviceID0x0109
Product Olympus C-5050 Zoom
P/NC5050
DesignerOlympus
URLhttp://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_section/cpg_prod...
PriceUSD 460
CommentsWolfgang and Leo Martin told us this camera works fine as storage device.
You can copy the pictures from the camera to OS/2 and from OS/2 to the camera. It is possible to generate and delete your own directory.

The drivers that were used during testing:
BASEDEV=CWUSBUHC.SYS /V
BASEDEV=CWUSBD.SYS /REQ:USBUHCD$ /I13 /V
BASEDEV=USBHID.SYS
BASEDEV=CWUSBMSD.ADD /V /FLOPPIES:0 /FIXED_DISK:1.
Make sure the camera is plugged in when connected to the USB port. The images are in the x:/DCIM/100OLYM directory as JPEG images.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product OLYMPUS C-700 Ultra Zoom Digital Camera
P/NC-700 Ultra Zoom
DesignerOLYMPUS
URL-
Price-
CommentsCW-USB drivers compliant.
USBRES device report available here.
VendorID0x07B4
DeviceID0x0105
Product OLYMPUS C-730 Ultra Zoom Digital Camera
P/NC730UZ
DesignerOLYMPUS
URL-
Price-
CommentsReading and writing works with CW-USB device driver suite. USBRES device report available here.
VendorID0x07B4
DeviceID0x0105
Product Olympus C-740 Ultra Zoom
P/N-
DesignerOlympus
URLhttp://cf.olympus-europa.com/consumer/digimg/intro...
Price€ 380.00 approx. (2003 October)
CommentsJuergen Ulbts told me this camera works fine under OS/2.
Resolution: 3.2 MPixel
Zoom: 10xoptical; 4xdigital
Media: xD Picture Card (16MB are delivered with the camera).
A 128 MB xD Picture Card costs about 50 EUR (October 2003) and stores about 70 SHQ (SuperHighQuality) and 170 HQ pictures. xD-Cards are available are: 16 MB, 32 MB, 64MB, 128MB, 256MB and 512MB. It uses 2 x CR-V3 or 4 x Size AA R6 (I use rechargeable Ni-MH batteries from Sanyo - Model HR-3U - with 2100 mAh) Connection: USB (standard mass storage device). It's working here with the IBM USB Mass Storage Device (MSD) driver 1.4 (Date: 2002-07-24; Filedate: 2002-09-06 ; V10.83/10.083)
Config.sys lines:
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BASEDEV=USBOHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=USBOHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=USBEHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=USBD.SYS /REQ:USBOHCD$,USBEHCD$ /V
BASEDEV=USBHID.SYS /V
BASEDEV=USBMSD.ADD /V /REMOVABLES:1 /FLOPPIES:0
VendorID0x07B4
DeviceID0x0105
Product Olympus C-8080 8.0
P/NC-8080
DesignerOlympus
URLhttp://www.olympus-global.com/en/global/
Price??
CommentsDan Drake told us that this device works fine under eCS 1.0 (with up-to-date fixes)

Downloaded the usbbasic package from ecomstation.com (also available straight from IBM). Installed it according to the readme. Rebooted, connected the camera's USB cable, did Refresh Removable Media, and there it was, acting like a disk drive.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Olympus C5000 Zoom Digital Camera
P/NC5000
DesignerOlympus
URLhttp://www.olympus-global.com/en/global/
Price??
CommentsPeter Piper told us this device works fine under OS/2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Olympus Camedia C-120 Digital Camera
P/NC-120
DesignerOlympus
URL-
Price-
CommentsMichael Taylor told me this camera works fine as a storage device with the USBMSD driver.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Olympus Camedia C-720 UZ (Ultra-Zoom)
P/NC-720 UZ
DesignerOlympus
URL-
Price$599
CommentsHans Huben told me this camera works fine as an storage device under OS/2. The OLYMPUS Camedia C-720UZ Digital Camera also works great with Chris Wohlgemuth's CW-USB dd suite.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Olympus D-380
P/ND-380
DesignerOlympus
URLhttp://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_section/cpg_prod...
PriceUSD 179
CommentsPer Johansson told me this camera works fine as an storage device. The camera appears as a removeable drive after doing "Refresh Removable Media" and He can download the jpeg files from it. It can also record short Quicktime films. However, it often needs CHKDSK /F as the EA's get messed up.

Config.sys:
BASEDEV=USBUHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=USBD.SYS /REQ: USBUHCD$ /I13
BASEDEV=USBHID.SYS
BASEDEV=USBMSD.ADD /V
DEVICE=H:\OS2\BOOT\USBKBD.SYS
DEVICE=H:\OS2\BOOT\USBMOUSE.SYS
DEVICE=H:\OS2\BOOT\USBCOM.SYS
DEVICE=H:\OS2\BOOT\USBPRT.SYS /V
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Olympus D-520
P/ND520
DesignerOlympus
URLhttp://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_section/cpg_prod...
PriceUSD 230
CommentsMiles Barnett used this camera with eCS and he told me it shows up as a removable drive, and you can view the pictures and copy them off. He even recommend using PmJPeg to view the pictures.
He uses eComStation 1.0, Abit KT7A motherboard (VIA KT133A chipset, built-in USB) and Chris Wohlgemuth's USB drivers, version 1.2. Here's his config.sys information:

BASEDEV=CWUSBUHC.SYS /V /FS
BASEDEV=CWUSBD.SYS /V
BASEDEV=CWUSBMSD.ADD /V /FLOPPIES:0 /FIXED_DISKS:0 /FORCE_TO_REMOVABLE /ISS.

The kicker was the /ISS switch. It didn't work right until he added it.
USBRES device report available here. C2Z,D520Z,C220Z models also work.
VendorID0x07B4
DeviceID0x0102
Product Olympus E-20N
P/NE-20N
DesignerOlympus
URLhttp://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_section/cpg_prod...
PriceUSD 1699
CommentsDerek Wright told this fine camera can transfer images to OS/2 from its flash card, by using the USB connection and using the USBMSD.ADD driver dated 4 July 2002 (without using any kind of patch).
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Olympus E-20N
P/NE-10
DesignerOlympus
URLhttp://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_section/cpg_prod...
Price-
CommentsMatthias Seidel reports that the Olympus E-10 running perfectly with standard USBMSD.ADD (10.83). An IBM Microdrive (1GB) in the CF2-slot of the camera runs also perfectly.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Olympus E1 Digital Camera
P/NE1
DesignerOlympus
URLhttp://www.olympusamerica.com/e1/default.asp
Price-
CommentsDerek Wright reports that this devices runs fine as an storage device under OS/2 using the USBMSD.ADD driver dated 4 July 2002 (without using any kind of patch).http://www.olympusamerica.com/e1/default.asp
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Olympus Stylus 400
P/NC720
DesignerOlympus
URL-
Price$599
CommentsWesley Aman told me this camera works fine as an storage device under OS/2 using the USB Basic Version 10.117 and the USB Mass Storage Version 10.083.
He uses the config.sys this way:
BASEDEV=USBOHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=USB.SYS/REQ:USBUHCD$,USBOHCD$,USBEHCD$
BASEDEV=USBHID.SYS
BASEDEV=USBMSD.SYS
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Olympus Stylus 410 Digital Camera
P/N410
DesignerOlympus
URLhttp://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_section/cpg_prod...
PriceUSD $ ??
CommentsAndré Doff tols ud that this camera works fine with the default USB support of eCS. The Olympus Stylus 410 is the successor of the model 400.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ20
P/NDMC-FZ20
DesignerPanasonic (Matsushita)
URLhttp://www2.panasonic.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servle...
Price??
CommentsStan Sidlov told us this camera works fine under eComStation 1.1
VendorID0x04DA
DeviceID0x2372
Product Panasonic PV-DV2020-K Palmcorder
P/NPV-DV2020-K
DesignerPanasonic (Matsushita)
URLhttp://www.panasonic.com
Price??
CommentsMichel Goyette told us this devicer works with OS/2 Warp 4 FP15 accessing the SD MultiMediaCard. He needed to plug in and remove the flash memory key first to be able to access the camera directories.
VendorID0x04DA
DeviceID0x0907
Product Pentacon Praktica DCZ 2.2
P/NDCZ
DesignerPentacon
URLhttp://www.praktica.de/
Price-
CommentsJens Troeger told us this camera works fine to copy images from it.
This camera can be connected to the computer via USB. He used the USB drivers v1.4:

USBUHCD.SYS (dated 19.9.02)
USBMSD.ADD (dated 6.9.02) with the parameters /V /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:1 in config.sys.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Pentax Optio S (3MB)
P/NOptio S
DesignerPentax
URLhttp://www.pentax.de/mediapool/attachments/photo/1...
Price€ 400.00
CommentsOliver Cremer told me this camera works fine under OS/2 using the CW USB Storage 1.2 Drivers.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Pentax Optio S50
P/NS50
DesignerPentax
URL-
Price-
Commentsworks fine with the usbd.sys driver that can be found at: http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/pub/os2/apps/mmedia/music/mmportv1.zip
as a replacement fo the genuine usbd.sys driver. Thanks to Kelbel for the news.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Pentax Option 330GS
P/N330GS
DesignerPentax
URLhttp://www.pentaxusa.com/products/cameras/
Price-
CommentsAccording to Sedlmayr Hanno the Digital Camera PENTAX 330GS works under OS/2 without problems (USB2.0).
VendorID7x0A17
DeviceID7x0006
Product Pentax S4 (4Mb)
P/NS4
DesignerPentax USA
URLhttp://www.pentaxusa.com/products/cameras/camera_o...
Price-
CommentsFrans reported that this device works fine with a USB connection with OS/2. Both internal memory and external SD-card can be read from and written to as an additional hard disk drive.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product PRAKTICA DCZ 2.0
P/N-
DesignerPraktica
URLhttp://www.praktica.de/PHP/TabProduct.php?ID=192&i...
Price-
CommentsOlafur Gunnlaugsson told me this camera works fine as an storage device under OS/2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Revue DC 3330, OEM-Product from: Ability Enterprise (ViewQuest) (TW) (VQ3000Z)
P/NVQ3000Z
DesignerViewQuest
URLhttp://www.vqti.com/viewquest_english/index.asp
Price??
CommentsArtur Söhnholz told us this device works fine under OS/2 Warp with Fixpack 17. The Camera is recognized by CWUSBMSD via USB 2.0-Hub/2.0-Card.

Config.sys:
BASEDEV=USBOHCD.SYS /v /fs
BASEDEV=USBOHCD.SYS /v /fs
BASEDEV=USBOHCD.SYS /v /fs
BASEDEV=USBUHCD.SYS /v /fs
BASEDEV=USBUHCD.SYS /v /fs
BASEDEV=USBEHCD.SYS /v /fs
BASEDEV=USBD.SYS /v /REQ:USBUHCD$,USBOHCD$,USBEHCD$
BASEDEV=CWUSBMSD.ADD /V /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:3 /FIXED_DISKS:3 /FORCE_TO_REMOVABLE


Also on http://www.abico.com.tw
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Ricoh Caplio RR120 Digital Camera
P/N-
Designer-
URL-
Price-
CommentsWorks perfect with CW-USB driver suite.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Samsung Digimax V4
P/NDigimax
DesignerSamsung
URLhttp://www.samsug.com
Price??
CommentsJurg Faulhammer told us this camera works fine with OS/2. Here it his config.sys

BASEDEV=USBUHC.SYS /V
BASEDEV=SBD.SYS /V
BASEDEV=USBMSD.ADD /V /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:2 /FIXED_DISKS:0 /FORCE_TO_REMOVABLE

Tip:
To work properly unter eCS 1.1 it was necessary to enable USB IRQ (under the XP OS the cameras where recognized with disabled USB IRQ too).
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Sanyo Xacti VPC-J1EX
P/NVPC-J1EX
DesignerSanyo
URLhttp://www.sanyo.com/entertainment/digitalcameras/...
Price??
CommentsGerald Eischer told us this device works fine as an storage device under eCS 1.0 (FP4)
VendorID0474
DeviceID0213
Product SKYMASTER DCD 1300 digital camera
P/N-
DesignerSierra Imaging, Inc.
URL-
Price-
CommentsUSBRES device report available from here.
VendorID0x0636
DeviceID0x0003
Product Toshiba PDR-M4 Digital Camera
P/NTO.M4KIT1
DesignerToshiba
URLhttp://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/pd/pd_ac_d...
PriceUSD 349
CommentsAccording to the OS2VOICE article, you can download pictures from this camera using OS/2, with some limitations, It will be good to check that article and take your own comments. The basic trick is to use the IBM USB Storage Driver on this camera.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Traveler DC3000
P/NDC3000
DesignerTraveller
URLhttp://www.traveler-service.de/english/dc-3000.htm
Price-
CommentsOlafur Gunnlaugsson told me this:
These are actually the same basic with the Vivitar V3715 model but come differently equipped, (the DC3000 has no built in memory). Interestingly the movie mode works with OS/2, it's listed on the technical spec sheet as a QT codec but it's actually a bog standard AVI and plays with the old W3 and up codecs!
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Vivitar ViviCam 3610
P/N3610
DesignerVivitar
URLhttp://www.vivitar.com/Products/DigCams/2mpdsc.htm...
Price-
CommentsNicholas Lysaght write me to tell me this device works fine under OS/2. The advice that gives me is always EJECT the device after completion. Just like using a ZIP Drive.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Vivitar ViviCam V3625
P/NV3625
DesignerVivitar
URLhttp://www.vivitar.com/Products/DigCams/2mpdsc.htm...
Price-
CommentsOlafur Gunnlaugsson told me this camera works fine as an storage device under OS/2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Vivitar ViviCam V3715
P/NV3715
DesignerVivitar
URLhttp://www.vivitar.com/Products/DigCams/3mpdsc.htm...
Price-
CommentsOlafur Gunnlaugsson told me this:
"These are actually the same basic with the Traveler DB300 model but come differently equipped, (the DC3000 has no built in memory). Interestingly the movie mode works with OS/2, it's listed on the technical spec sheet as a QT codec but it's actually a bog standard AVI and plays with the old W3 and up codecs !"
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Yakumo Mega-Imaga II a129 (Jay Cam i210)
P/Na129
DesignerYakumo
URLhttp://www.yakumo.de
Price-
CommentsChris Hellwig told me this camera works fine as an storage device, working fine with USB MSD and CW-USB drivers.
VendorID-
DeviceID-



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