Welcome to Washington !

The Washington Photo Server is an internet-ready, multi-threaded photo-server which operates in conjunction with the Kodak DC200 range of digital cameras and your favourite web browser (such as Netscape or HotJava.)

The current version is 1.2.2. This is available and is free to download and use.

It is based on the DC210 SDK for Unix, a software development API and library, which allows developers to write applications for the Kodak range of digital cameras on different Unix platforms.


Wow !  What great features ...
Camera Support Supports the Kodak DC200 range of digital cameras including the DC200, DC200+, DC210 Zoom, DC210+ and DC240 Zoom
Internet ready, Web enabled The Washington Photo Server blends in seamlessly with the Internet, The World Wide Web and all its applications.
Multiple Simultaneous Camera Action Multiple cameras can be connected to the Photo Server allowing them to be manipulated and downloaded together.
Real Time Graphical reporting of Download Progress The progress of the download is reported in an easy to see graphical barchart manner, updated every few seconds.
Multiple Downloads As each thumbnail and photo is downloaded it becomes available to everyone for viewing.
Interface Friendly Washington employs the user friendly interface of a Web Browser. Everyone knows it, everyone can use it, everyone loves it !
Stable Unix Platform Ensuring that the mission critical photo's get to their destination. First time, every time.


I can't wait to see the new look !
27/10/00 Version 1.2.2 on Solaris 2.8 released
31/05/99 Version 1.2.2 released (includes FreeBSD distribution)
14/12/98 Version 1.1 released
17/09/98 Version 1.0 Beta 5 certified with DC210+
31/08/98 Version 1.0 Beta 5 released (New Snazzy Interface !)
21/08/98 Version 1.0 Beta 4 released (DC200 updates to Beta 3)
12/08/98 Version 1.0 Beta 3 released
25/06/98 Version 1.0 Beta 2 released (includes Linux version)
15/06/98 Version 1.0 Beta 1 commenced beta testing


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last updated 27-October-2000