#8 Support for Concord EyeQ

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2005-07-13
2001-11-18
Anonymous
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Are the Concord EyeQ series cameras supported? Will
they be supported in the future?

Discussion

  • Hubert Figuière

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    Support plan are far fromn engraved in stone and depends on
    lot of factors including availabiltity of the doc and of a
    developer with the camera. Since we get NO support from
    manufacturer, this is really random.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    This looks like a SoundVision System along with the Agfa
    CL18 and the Kodak PhotoMAX MP3. (See
    http://www.soundvisioninc.com/design_wins.htm for what
    appears to be proof). SoundVision website has some
    interesting downloads, looks like it is geared toward
    embedded developers. There might be some helpful info there.

    If it helps I have put one of the cameras on layaway for a
    meager $60 US. Found it at WalMart.

     
  • Hubert Figuière

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    Polaroid, not Kodak.
    Nice clue. Thanks.

     
  • Hubert Figuière

    • labels: --> camera support
     
  • Hubert Figuière

    • summary: Concord EyeQ --> Support for Concord EyeQ
     
  • Hubert Figuière

    • assigned_to: nobody --> deater
     
  • Hubert Figuière

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    please post here USB trace so that the soundvision driver
    author can see what can be done. You also might want to try
    the soundvision driver (as in current CVS).

     
  • Marcus Meissner

    Marcus Meissner - 2003-08-18

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    no feedback received for a year.
    It might just be supported already, please check
    2.1.2 or give more debugging help.

     
  • Marcus Meissner

    Marcus Meissner - 2003-08-18
    • status: open --> closed-out-of-date
     
  • Hubert Figuière

    • status: closed-out-of-date --> open-out-of-date
     
  • Hubert Figuière

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    keeping the issue open.... 'til we know it is supported.

     
  • Theodore Kilgore

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    According to information that I have received second-hand, the
    Concord EyeQ (or maybe one of these cameras if there are more than
    one model which is called this) contains the sq905 chip and thus
    should be recognized by the sq905 driver. I don't have a Concord
    EyeQ, so I have no way of testing this information.

    Theodore Kilgore

     
  • Theodore Kilgore

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    Update and clarifications on Concord EyeQ models:

    I know of at least two different cameras in the Concord EyeQ
    series., the Concord EyeQ Easy and the Concord EyeQ Mini.
    The Easy is, I understand, a camera with USB id
    0x2770:0x9120, and it has an SQ905 controller chip. It has
    been reported to me that this camera can function with the
    existing sq905 driver.

    The Concord EyeQ Mini uses an entirely different chip, which
    is apparently manufactured by a company called something
    like Aox. I recently bought one of these (hoping it was
    supported already as an sq905 camera and finding out that it
    is not!), and I am currently involved in figuring out how it
    works. Right now I can figure out how it counts the number
    of 640x480 pictures in it and the number of 320x240.
    I can not yet tell how the size of each individual picture
    is established. Anyone else have one of these?

    Theodore Kilgore

     
  • Hubert Figuière

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    you volunteered, here you are :-)
    good luck

     
  • Hubert Figuière

    • assigned_to: deater --> kilgota
     
  • Marcus Meissner

    Marcus Meissner - 2005-07-13

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    to some degree supported now, so lets close this
    and open new feature requests for specific cameras.

     
  • Marcus Meissner

    Marcus Meissner - 2005-07-13
    • status: open-out-of-date --> closed-out-of-date
     

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