GTKam is a graphical application based on GTK+ that allows you to transfer pictures and movies from a digital camera. www.gphoto.org www.gphoto.org Gphoto or libgohoto2 The gphoto2 library can be used by applications to access various digital camera models, via standard protocols such as USB Mass Storage and PTP, or vendor-specific protocols. This package contains the library. The gphoto2 command-line frontend is shipped separately, in the gphoto2 package.
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