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SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED 10) KDE Guide
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18.0 Using Digital Cameras with Linux

Managing photos from your camera can be fun if you have the right tools. Linux offers several handy utilities for sorting and organizing your photographs. These include gphoto2, Konqueror, Digikam, and f-spot.

A comprehensive list of supported cameras is available at https://www.gphoto.org/proj/libgphoto2/support.php. If gphoto2 is installed, retrieve the list with the command gphoto2 --list-cameras. Get information about the available commands with gphoto2 --help.

HINT: Unsupported Cameras

If you do not find your camera in the list from gphoto, do not despair. It is very likely that your camera is supported as a USB mass storage device. Find more information in Section 18.2, Accessing the Camera.

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