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December

Cameras

  • Canon VC-C3
  • Digital Video Cameras
  • Nikon CoolPix 990
  • Olympus C-3000Z
  • PCMCIA Video Cameras
  • USB Video Cameras
  • Canon VC-C3 PTZ Camera

    Currently we have three VC-C3 PTZ Cameras
  • Canon site
  • VC-C3 Control Software SWK-0005-VC1
  • VC-C3 Control Documentation
  • VC-C3 LAN Documentation
  • Picturephone $1029.00
  • Tribecaexpress $985
    Fully remote by RS-232 and IR 
    Unit has selectable addressing for easier multicamera control 
    Faster Mechanics and Motion 
    10x Zoom 
    Modular design will have future options 
    S-Video or Composite 
    This is the most awaited camera in the industry 
    
  • Repair
  • Please call 1-800-828-4040, Monday through Friday, 9 AM - 6 PM (EST) for the Service Center nearest you.
  • Cables
  • Yost standard rj-45 connectors
  • Cable diagram from canon software
    PC 9pin sub	VC-C3		
    3	TxD	5
    2	RxD	3
    7	RTS	2
    8	CTS	1
    6	DSR
    5	GND	4,6
    1	DCD
    4	DTR
    9	No conn	7,8
    
  • Diagram from http://www.Yost.com/Computers/RJ45-serial/default.html
    DB-9 DB-25 Signal Function Adapter RJ-45
    8 5 CTS Clear To Send White 8
    1 8 DCD Data Carrier Detect Brown 7
    2 3 RD Received Data Yellow 6
    5 7 SG Signal Ground Green 5
    5 7 SG Signal Ground Red 4
    3 2 TD Transmitted Data Black 3
    4 20 DTR Data Terminal Ready Orange 2
    7 4 RTS Request To Send Blue 1
  • Telemetrics makes the CP-ITV-VC3 costs $750 and can control 4 Canon VC-3 Cameras
    
    
  • Sony

    We borrowed a Sony Camera from Ferenc.
    EVI-D30 uses VISCA serial control
  • Sony Pan Tilt Cameras
  • EVI D30/D30 Notes
  • Eastview
  • Picturephone 1199
    12x Zoom lens 
    Auto-tracking built in 
    Fully remote by RS-232 and IR 
    1/3-inch CCD image sensor with fixed focus lens 
    S/N Ratio: more than 48dB 
    460 TV lines of resolution 
    768(H) x 492(V) resolution
    
  • In 12/00, Ferenc said:
    Christopher, I'd recommend that you modify your Sony wish list from the DVI-30 to the Sony 350 w/Panja. It's a considerably better camera.
  • Sharp

    Introducing the VN-EZ1 Internet ViewCam -- an MPEG-4 digital
    recorder made for the multimedia age. This new breed of digital video
    camera makes it easier than ever for computer users to incorporate moving
    pictures into their multimedia applications, such as home pages, Internet
    broadcasts, and e-mail. Utilizing the newly developed MPEG-4 digital
    moving picture compression standard and Microsoft
    
    
  • Sharp Inet-viewcam
  • Gadget Guru Announcement
  • Interdiscountmall.com says the list is $899, their price is $629
  • Axis

    The NetEye 200 is a Web server and camera rolled into one--in other words, it doesn't need to be connected to a PC. The camera is assigned an IP address, then attached to an Ethernet network or installed via modem to the Internet. Captured images can then be viewed remotely with a standard Web browser, using a URL that points to the camera. It captures motion at up to 6 frames per second with a maximum resolution of 704 by 576 pixels
    Axis
  • Axis 200 camera on the net $776
  • Axis 240 4 video input onto the net
  • Switches

    Picturephone
    NAV-P000207A Image Labs RS-4100 Video Switcher $ 440.00
    

    Still Cameras

    Nikon CoolPix 990

  • Nikon - Nikon Outlet - Nikon Support - cnet
  • CoolPix 990 PDF Manual (7MB)
  • buydig Nikon 990 starter kit $119.99
  • 16Mb ram card $69.99
  • Recharger $69.99
  • Cleaning kit $9.99
  • Total: $149.97
  • buydig Advanced 990 kit $189
  • 32Mb $89.99
  • AC Adapter $50?
  • Recharger $69.99
  • Cleaning kit $9.95
  • Total $219.97
  • 990 1.1 firmware update
  • http://www.versiontracker.com/moreinfo.fcgi?id=8899
    My motivation to install this upgrade was to use the remote shutter cord, which is supposed to provide interval picture taking but does NOT!! (After 48 minutes on hold to get through to Nikon tech support to find out where the hell the instructions are to upgrade the camera I was told this is the case, plus I've confirmed it on my own). You can't use the remote shutter release without upgrading to firmware v1.1 anyway, but the interval timer is NOT supported. To save all you poor folks from trying to figure out where the convoluted yet essential instructions are that SHOULD HAVE BEEN INCLUDED with the download, here it is: http://www.nikontechusa.com/990_1_1_.html Looking for to the interval timer working in firmware upgrade 1.2!
  • Steve's Digicam's Review
  • Slide Copying Adapter ES-E28
  • Remote Release MC-EU1
  • MC-EU1 PDF File
  • http://www.klt.co.jp/Nikon/Digital_Cameras/accessories/index.htm:
     Shutter release of the camera
     Zoom control of digial cameras witha a zoom lens
     Interval shooting
     Playback functions
     Confirmations of intermation such as exposure mode
     and the number of frames to be captured
    
  • rec.photo.digital issues around ME-EU1
  • circuit deal $135 (33 avail)
  • familyphotoandvideo.com $129.95 (in stock)
  • beyon.com$129 14 days, (AC Adapeter $49.95)
  • pictureline$127 (AC adapter $54.50) (no tax, $7 s&h)
  • http:/www.mycamera.com $127.95
  • http://store.ya hoo.com/tcclub/nkmceu1.html: $129
  • B&H $124.95 (AC Adapter $49.95) instock buy.com$110.95 (AC Adapter $43.95)
  • Onvia $110
  • Provantage $110.89
  • pcstop $110 (AC Adapter $42.77)
  • Digisnap 1000 $109
  • Software
  • "Digital cameras on Fujitsu chipset" includes links for PhotoPC software
  • Animator 9 Windows program for viewing multi-pictures
  • Cameraid shareware for the mac
  • AC-Adapter EH-31
  • outpost $19.95
  • nimhbattery.com A/C adapters DigiPower Solutions$29.90
  • pcstop.com$42.77
  • sparco $43 buy.com$43.95
  • buydig $49.99
  • B&H $49.95
  • atman-usa $55.34
  • pictureline$54.50
  • d-store.com $61
  • Battery charger
  • Batteries.com Energizer - NiMH / NiCd Charger -
  • nimh.com Kodak 4 battery charger w/ four batteries $38.90 3 hour charge time
  • buydig.com DigiPower Rechargeable Batteries w/ Rapid Charger $69
  • buydig.com PowerHaus Nimh Batteries With Charger $69
  • nimhbattery.com DigiPower DPS-4000 external battery pack - $34.90 + DP-1 cable for $8.90 (Good description of the DPS-4000)
  • nimhbattery.com DigiPower DPS-1000 charger w/ 4 batteries 8-10 hours $14.90
  • nimhbattery.com DigiPower DPS-1000 charger w/ 4 batteries 3 hours $24.90
  • Batteries
  • Energizer retail partners
  • REI Energizer NiMH AA 2 pack $7.95
  • Batteriesdirect.com Energizer AA RechargeableNiMH Battery Packs (Qty 2) $12.95
  • Batteriesdirect.com Energizer AA RechargeableNiMH Battery Packs (Qty 4) $21.95
  • batteries.com Energizer 4-Pack NiMH AA Rechargeable Batteries $18.79
  • nimhbattery.com 4 AA Kodak batteries $16.90
  • buydig.com - 4 AA NiMH batteries $29.99
  • Flash
  • Don Wiss Nikon 990 External Flash FAQ
  • http://www.steves-digicams.com/nikon990.html says:
    Multi-flash sync terminal connects to external Nikon Speedlight SB-28/28DX/26/25/24/22 through the Multi-Flash Bracket Unit SK-E900; built-in Speedlight can be canceled when using external Speedlight(s)
  • Rosensaft.com - CoolPix flashes
  • AS-15 is not compatible with the 990 as per nikontech.com
  • AS-E900 Multi-flash Adapter
  • Included with the SK-E900
  • $41.00 http://www.nikonmall.com
  • $39 b&h
  • SB-22s
  • $119.95 B&H
  • SB-27 AF TTL Speedlight
  • 12/03 - on nikonusa.com
  • SB-28DX speedlight
  • Lonestar digital
  • SB-30 wireless flash (Compact)
  • 12/03 - on nikonusa.com
  • nikonusa.com SB-30 PDF
  • SB-30 is the only flash listed as being compatible by nikontech.com?
  • Nikontech.com sb-30
  • $84.95 (USA) B&H
  • $74.95 (Import) B&H
  • $84.95 BuyDig
  • 109.95 Ritz via http://www.cameradigger.com/c/Coolpix/index2.htm
  • SB-50DX AF Speedlight
  • Yahoo groups
    There's a review of it on my site (the URL is www.bythom.com/sb50review.htm ), but I wouldn't necessarily recommend this flash for a Coolpix. That's because it doesn't support Automatic flash mode. If for any reason you can't use TTL (the flash sensor is blocked on the camera by a lens converter, for example), the only way you could fire the flash would be at full manual power.
  • rec.photo.digital

    The only downside of the SB50-DX is that is uses non-rechargeable, fairly expensive batteries. Other than that, it will work fine. You need an AS-E900 cord between the CP990 and the flash.

    The CP 990 can only send fire and squelch to the flash, so even if you bought a more expensive flash, the camera couldn't use more than the basics.

    You might consider the Nikon SB-22S, which is a bit cheaper, and uses AA batteries. If you get the gray-market SB-22S at B&H, it's quite a bit cheaper.

    On the other hand, the SB50 can be used as a slave-flash.

  • 12/03 - on nikonusa.com
  • B&H USA $164.95 ($114.95 after rebate)
  • B&H IMPORT $149.95
  • SK-9 Flash Bracket
  • $49.99 http://www.nikonmall.com
  • 49.99 B&H
  • SK-E900 Multi-flash bracket unit
  • The SK-E900 includes an AS-E900
  • PDF says SK-E900 works with:
            SB-28DX  - 'Nikon 990 and external flash' on rec.photo.digital
    		   suggests that the SB-28 ($300) is overkil
    	SB-28
    	SB-26
    	SB-25
    	SB-24
    	SB-22s  $119.95, B&H
    	SB-22
    
    
  • Todd Walker's SK-E900
  • mtu.edu: how to use the SK-E900
  • SK-E900 Nikonusa manual
  • $69.99 B&H
  • $69.99 http://www.nikonmall.com
  • $60.99 dealcat
  • TTL Multi-flash adapter as-10
  • The AS-10 connects to many Speedlites(SB-22S, SB-16B, SB-28 & SB-28DX, SB-50DX, SB-27, etc.) and can give full TTL flash control to multiple flash units simultaeously. SC-18 or SC-19 Multi-Flash Sync Cords are required.
  • $39.95 B&H
  • ? $34.25
  • Multi-flash sync cord SC-18/SC-19
  • SC-18 $29.95 b&H
  • SC-19 $39.95 b&H
  • Cool-Light SL-1 macro light Nikon Support
  • SU-4 Wireless
  • shene SU-5 info
  • nikonians su-4 "SU-4 not needed if you have a SB-26, SB-50DX, SB-80DX or SB-30. "
  • Rollbar bracket Rollbar $39 + $42 for an AS-E900
  • 64Mb and 96mb Nikon CF Memory Cards
  • EC-AD1 PC-Card Adapter
  • SC-EW3 Serial cable for PC/AT computers
  • Nikon Outlet $29.95
  • SC-WM3 Serial cable for Macintosh
  • Nikon Outlet $29.95
  • UC-E1 USB Cable for the Coolpix 990
  • Nikon Outlet $29.95
  • Nikon Coolpix 4 Piece 28MM Filter Set with Wallet
  • Nikon Outlet $69.95
  • Cameraworld.com $49.99
  • Camera case
  • sparco $13
  • atman #5380 $16.95
  • Nikon Coolpack w/case, rech. batt, filtr set
  • Shopusa $99.95
  • sparco $82
  • B&H Catalog # NICPQ Mfg Catalog # 9818 Out of Stock $89.95
  • Shoplet $17.95
  • CoolPix 990 case at b&h Photo $19.95 Mfg Catalog # 5380
  • CoolPix 990 case at J&R $19.95
  • $16.95 at atman-usa
  • Cameramate Parallel Po rt CompactFlash Card Reader from Microtech(~$79)
  • atman-usa $54
  • Unfortunately, the 1 GB IBM Microdrive is a CF+ Type II card that will not fit into the Nikon 990, see http://www.psism.com/camera.htm#cat8
  • 64Mb card - CFF64MB/A
  • shoplet - 146.95
  • Fisheye Lens converter
  • Telephoto Lens converter
  • Wide Angle Lens - wc-e24 roughly $95
  • cameraworld.com
  • atman
  • evergreennetworks.net
  • precision-camera.com
  • shoplet.com
  • Olympus C-3000Z

    On 7/14/00, Professor Lee's group purchased a Olympus C-3000Z for$ 659 from Harmony Computers in Flatbush, NY.
  • Olympus C-3000Z
  • Accessory Kit for C-2000 Zoom/C-2020/C-3000/C-3030 Zoom $239.95 - includes stuff we don't really want
  • C-7AU AC Adapter (replacement) $69.95
  • B-40SU NiMH Battery Set (4 pack with charger) $69.95
  • B-01 4PE Ni-MH Battery (4 pack) $34.95
  • MA-2E PCMCIA Card Adapter (64MB Compatible) $149.95
  • Digital Video Cameras

    Digital Video PCMCIA Cards

    Canon GL/1

    $2000
  • Canon Website
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