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AIPTEK POCKETDV II LCD DISPLAY DRIVER
Aiptek Pocket DV2 digital camera Review date: Last modified Dec I like baby digital cameras. Little plastic toy-cams that cost Aiptek PocketDV II LCD Display the same as a half-decent point-and-shoot film camera are, of course, not nearly as technically capable as certain far more expensive gadgets I could name, but they have many redeeming features. Apart from the fact that regular humans can afford them, baby-cams are also small and light and, generally, very easy to use. And this, for the time being at least, is the king of the toy-cams.
Aiptek PocketDV II LCD Display Aiptek 's Pocket DV2 does, in a nutshell, everything. It takes by still photos or byif you want more pictures per megabyte; there are two different JPEG compression settings, too. It records video clips. It records audio - along with the video, or by itself. It's got some built-in memory, but it can also accept a Type I CompactFlash card, of up to Mb capacity; insert a card and it'll save to that instead of its internal memory.
It's got an optical viewfinder, of sorts, and a little LCD screen too. It connects to a PC via USB and works as either a flash memory storage device and, thus, as a CompactFlash card reader as well or as a normal tethered webcam. It doesn't make you use awful patronising Leg-Up Program software.
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It comes with a little tripod. It runs from two AA batteries, and will run for quite a long time from rechargeables. It doesn't need batteries at all, in tether-cam mode. It's not without its quirks, but it's got less of them than many of these sorts of devices.
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I'm used to baby-cams with painful problems that're the result of the abbreviated development process needed to get such low-dollar devices onto the shelves before they're outdated. The Pocket DV2 is pleasingly free of such issues, except for a couple that I'll get to in a moment.
So this thing is about a hundred Australian bucks cheaper than the cheapest of the Aiptek PocketDV II LCD Display digital cameras - like this onefor instance. It pays to keep that fact in mind when you're playing with the Pocket DV2.
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At this price point, if you've got a use for all or most of its features, it's really rather brilliant. The camera Aiptek have deliberately styled the Pocket DV2 to look like a Aiptek PocketDV II LCD Display The screen's just on a simple 90 degree hinge, not the multi-axis swivel mounts that proper camcorders have. But the fold-out system is still neat, and protects the screen from damage when it's closed. The LCD is a 1. It's also very low resolution, and not terribly high contrast, and practically impossible to view in sunlight.
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But, I remind you, this is a cheap camera. That it has an LCD at all is remarkable.
There's a simple optical viewfinder above the LCD, which is a strange little thing. It's placed so that you can't easily put your eye to it, and if you try, you just see a blur. You're meant to look at it from a normal LCD-viewing sort of distance.
Aiptek Pocket DVII M LCD troubleshooting, repair, and service manuals. The camera can also take x video with audio and has the ability to record.
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Aiptek Pocket DVII M LCD Display Screen Replacement. Written By: Gyozo Aba Using an opening tool, separate the cover from the screen. The cover won't.