> "Michael B. Trausch" <michael.trausch.no.spamcomcast.net> writes:
>> Just a quickie -- has anybody seen any issues with digital camera support
>> the as-yet-unreleased Dapper? Does anybody know off-hand if this is a
>> known issue at all? I haven't had the time (yet) to go hunting around
>> for it, I'm just curious.
> In order to fetch pictures from my brothers Canon Ixus 500 (which
> isn't a regular usb mass storage) I had to install digikam (maybe the
> mentioned plugins are the real heroes):
> Description: digital photo management application for KDE
> Digikam is an easy to use and powerful digital photo management
> application, which makes importing, organizing and manipulating,
> tagging and searching digital photos a "snap". An easy to use
> interface is provided to connect to your digital camera, preview
> the images and download and/or delete them.
> Digikams builtin image editor makes common photo corrections
> a simple task. It is extensible via the plugins provided by the
> digikamimageplugins package.
> Digikam can also make use of the KIPI image handling plugins to
> extend it's capabilities even further for photo manipulations,
> im- and export, etc. The kipi-plugins package contains many
> very useful extentions.
> Homepage: [url]http://www.digikam.org[/url]