Ok, thanks. I'm gonna go with an USB camera then and connect it to the 24-pin connector.

2008/9/24 pvm <pvmorici@gmail.com>



josteinaj wrote:
>
> I just want to connect a camera, and
> then focus on the software...
>

Then a USB webcam is the easiest thing to do.  For example anything listed
as having a Linux driver on this list should be able to be made to work in
less than an hour.
http://connect.creativelabs.com/opensource/Lists/Webcams/AllItems.aspx  I've
had success with both the Live! cam notebook pro and the Live! cam Notebook.

If you dead set on quick capture you are probably going to have to make your
own board and write your own driver with a module like this...
http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=8667

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