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Access Digital Camera Library

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   I need to know if it is possible to access the functions of a digital camera. I need to be able to take the image from my digital camera and feed it into a pattern recognition algorithm written in C++. Getting the input image is my biggest problem. I don't know how to do this part? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated,

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TheBullseye
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You might like this. If you plan to build an app that can handle more than one camera.

http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/~iwan/1394/

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