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8. Appendix

This section is to provide valuable information which may not directly apply to the use of Kodak digital cameras under the GNU/Linux operating system. It is meant to help those who need information in a binge on their digital camera and find this document. The scope of this section may change as the HOWTO matures.

8.1. Drivers for Alternate Operating Systems

8.1.1. DC265

Windows software, Macintosh software and firmware for the camera can be attained from the Kodak web site.

8.1.2. DC290

Windows software, Macintosh software and firmware for the camera can be attained from the Kodak web site.

8.1.3. DC280

Windows software, Macintosh software and firmware for the camera can be attained from the Kodak web site.

8.1.4. DC260 (discontinued)

Windows software, Macintosh software and firmware for the camera can be attained from the Kodak web site.

8.1.5. DC240 / DC240i

Windows software, Macintosh software and firmware for the camera can be attained from the Kodak web site.

8.1.6. DC220 (discontinued)

Windows software, Macintosh software and firmware for the camera can be attained from the Kodak web site.

8.1.7. DC215 / DC215 Metallics

Windows software and Macintosh software for the camera can be attained from the Kodak web site.

8.1.8. DC210 (discontinued)

Windows software and firmware for the camera can be attained from the Kodak web site.

8.1.9. DC210 Plus

Windows software and firmware for the camera can be attained from the Kodak web site.

8.1.10. DC200 (discontinued)

Windows software and firmware for the camera can be attained from the Kodak web site.

8.1.11. DC200 Plus

Windows software and firmware for the camera can be attained from the Kodak web site.

8.1.12. DC120 (discontinued)

Firmware updates and the TWAIN acquire module for this camera can be attained from the Kodak web site.

8.1.13. DC50 (discontinued)

TWAIN acquire modules and a Plug-In for Macintosh's can be found at the Kodak web site.

8.1.14. DC40 (discontinued)

TWAIN software and firmware updates for the camera can be attained from the Kodak web site.

8.1.15. DC25 (discontinued)

The Macintosh Photoshop acquire module for this camera can be found at the Kodak web site.

8.1.16. DC20 (discontinued)

The TWAIN acquire module and the Photoshop Plug-In can be found at the Kodak web site.

8.2. Programs for Alternate Operating Systems

8.2.1. Picture Transfer Software

This application was made for the DC40, DC50 Zoom, and DC120 Zoom camera models. Its main use is quick and easy conversion from Kodak's proprietary .KDC format to a more standard format (BMP, PICT, TIFF, FPX, JPG). This software is available for Windows 95, NT and 3.11, along with the Macintosh.

8.2.2. Picture Easy Software

This application was made for the DC20 and DC25 cameras. It will transfer pictures from the camera to the computer. It is available for both the Windows and Macintosh platforms.