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Capture a image from the android camera

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Capture a image from the android camera

Postby mingboq » Fri Nov 14, 2008 4:57 pm

I am trying to use the android camera to take a picture and save it to the SD card or upload it to a web server. The tutorial using_camerapreview_to_save_a_picture_on_disk-t226.html explains exactly how that can be done. The only problem is that the APIs have changed in the released 1.0 verion. The CameraDevice is replace by Camera and I cannot figure an equivalent way of this tutorial to achieve the same thing. Can someone help shed some light on how to do this with the new version?
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