Existing Digita scripts...

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sunnydayz Regular Member • Posts: 102
Existing Digita scripts...
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Since I posted up some pictures from my DC290 a couple days ago, it got me thinking about Digita scripts / scripting. So off to google to search and eventually found a dead link (when clicked directly). So I copied the dead link and pasted it into the archive.org "WayBack Machine". Lo and behold the site was archived and it has Digita scripts, coding reference and sdk which can still be downloaded.

So for those still interested in Digita scripts / scripting here's the working link.

https://web.archive.org/web/20061006051504/http://www.csd.net/~cgadd/digita/index.html

At one time Kodak even offered their own Kodak Digita sdk which presumably was tuned for coding Digita scripts fit for the DC2xx cameras. The only way to get it was to join their now defunct Kodak Developer Relations Group.

I don't plan to get into any scripting (though seems easy enough), but the old scripts might be useful.

Anyway, enjoy getting hold of some old Digita scripting stuff.

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Hike Pics
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Re: Existing Digita scripts...

Thanks for the researching and the link. I thought there might still be some available scripts out there somewhere. The "Way Back Machine" can be a great source of info for things long lost on the web. I have been going through some web pages from both Kodak and GE for a while.

I might load up my DC280 someday and see how it acts. I haven't tested it out at all since I got it a couple months back.

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OP sunnydayz Regular Member • Posts: 102
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Yep, "Wayback Machine" is a great resource and has helped me find some great info on tube amps from long lost websites. Archive.org should be in everybody's bookmarks.

Found 2 more Digita links which are actually live (Wow!).

DC260/DC290 scripts: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~ralf/dc290.html

DigitaOS Memorial page: http://lisas.de/digita/

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That first link has some incredible info. I know what to get into when it snows this winter

You said tube amps. If you mean audiophile or guitar/bass?

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OP sunnydayz Regular Member • Posts: 102
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Going off topic, but hey...

Audiophile... was searching for push-pull el84 stuff. Audiokarma.org and diyaudio.com are two great sites for audio / diy enthusiasts. At one time I was seriously considering to build from scratch a Magnavox el84 p-p based clone amp. Instead I went consumer route and bought an iFi Retro Stereo 50 integrated amp (el84 based) driving some vintage Acoustic Research AR-3 speakers. Great fun playing vinyl, cds, tape, bluetooth audio and HD fm tuner through the iFi / AR-3s.

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