For a computer to recognize a device, software called 'drivers' must be installed. The drivers are specific to the device, and many new devices do not have drivers packaged with Windows. If you purchased the camera brand new, you should have received a CD-ROM with the drivers and other software on it. This disc will have to be loaded and run before the computer can recognize your camera. If you got the camera second hand, and did not receive the drivers disc, you should be able to download the drivers from the manufacturers web site. Even after the drivers have been installed, software called a 'browser' is still needed to be able to access the photographs. Paint Shop Pro is one program which can do that, and there are many others. However, this software may be hard to find for free. The manufacturers website usually will offer the original CD-ROM shipped with the camera for sale for a small fee, and this may be the best option to get everything that is needed to be be able to download and print your pictures.
A digital camera does not put Any "Device" into a computer. A digital camera acts as a storage device and an output device, it transfers jpeg and other similar files to computers as well as mp4 and other movie files.
An input device
Digital cameras are a input device because they can put stuff in the computer.
It is an input device. Just as a scanner would be an input device to a computer.
Scanner. Digital camera
A digital camera is an input device. It captures images which are usually transferred (input) to a computer for processing.
It is a digital form of recording. The camera you have can directly save video to a digital media device such as a flash drive or onto your computer system.
A digital camera is an input device because it captures information and stores it on the device via the memory card(which is a storage device).
Any USB Device, or firewire device such as digital cameras, memory sticks, USB mice, USB keyboards etc...
It is an input device because you are inputting pictures from the camera to the computer. It could also be considered an output device since it can display the pictures on its LCD display.
they look like little chips of a computer
I can't but according to me it can be a digital camera.
Yes a digital camera is a storage device. Think about it, you've got a memory card in it which means that you save things on it.
yes it can be
Both a scanner and a camera can to this. If you are trying to put a printed photo on your computer, you can scan it. If you're trying to take a new picture, a digital camera is best.
Need more imput. What kind of camera? If it has a removable mem card, the Wal-mart sells and USB device for that. You slide the card into the device, insert the device into a usb port etc. Kodak c143
Yes they are input devices.
Depends from what device. A typical digital camera will plug into the computer via a usb cable. If your computer is running windows xp, a new drive will appear into My Computer, and you can then browse your computers and copy/paste them into other locations. Depends from what device. A typical digital camera will plug into the computer via a usb cable. If your computer is running windows xp, a new drive will appear into My Computer, and you can then browse your computers and copy/paste them into other locations.
You will have to scan the picture using a scanning device. The other possibility is to take a picture with a digital camera.
It can refer to an image capturing device. Eg. digital camera, webcam, etc.