booknut wrote: - Control the cameras from the computer (Linux) and directly input the images as they're taken.
booknut wrote: - 16mp (or at least 14). I'm a grad student working with oversized, historical documents, so the more pixels the better.
booknut wrote: - I'd also love to be able to be using the RAW images, but that's not totally essential.
booknut wrote:But being a total noob to this, I can't tell which of the newer cameras fit the bill. Most of the lists that are linked in these forums are from a couple years ago. Could anyone help me pick a camera? I am looking at the Canon PS A3300, but I can't tell from Canon's site if that will do what I want.
booknut wrote:Thanks for the reply.
I should have been more clear with what I want to do. I don't actually need to change settings or have a live preview of the cameras on my computer.
booknut wrote: I just want to be able to trigger the cameras by software and have the image save to a directory in the computer. Will I be able to do that much with gphoto?
booknut wrote: Will I need to use chdk as well?
booknut wrote:The a3300 is not listed on the gphoto list of cameras. Is it still compatible?
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