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Apple iPod digital camera connector introduction
Dennis Hissink : March 25th 2005 - 11:42 CET
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AppleApple iPod digital camera connector introduction: If there is one device that is absolutely hot then it's the Apple iPod. Later in 2004, Apple introduced the Apple iPod Photo, a new member of the iPod family that lets you take your entire music and photo library with you wherever you go. iPod Photo holds up to 25,000 digital photos alongside your music library and displays them on its high-resolution color screen, allowing you to scroll through your photo library almost instantly using iPod's pending Click Wheel. iPod Photo combines your music and your favourite photos to create slideshows on your iPod, and features TV-out. Today we can inform you about the Apple iPod digital camera connector, the accessory for digital camera users.
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The new Apple iPod camera connector is a very handy accessory for digital camera users that are shooting many pictures during wedding, games, weekends or all those daily favourite moments. The Apple Pod camera connector requires an iPod photo and a supported camera or media reader. Other Apple iPods, including Apple iPod mini, Apple iPod (Click Wheel), and Apple iPod shuffle, are not supported with the Apple iPod camera connector. The Apple iPod camera con- nector supports cameras with USB connectivity.

Apple iPod digital camera connector - Supported digital cameras
The handy Apple accessory supports digital camera based on the following commonly used protocols: PTP, Type 4 (or Normal) and Mass Storage. Supported digital cameras can be connected directly to the Apple iPod digital camera connector and you will be able to upload all your photos from your digital camera to a Apple 30, 40 or 60GB iPod Photo. You can immediately view the photos on the LCD colour display of the iPod. On the Apple website you will find a list that represents only those digital cameras that are currently tested by Apple. This list does not include all digital camera that are supported, so make sure to check the list frequently to see if your digital camera is updated on the list. Click on the related link - Website manufacturer - to check the list of supported digital cameras.

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