Thank you so much for taking the inside pictures of the pa-7. It really help to figure out what is the secret inside.
It will cost me $50 ($25 +$25 shipping to Canada) to get the pa-7 and my wife denied my request already :-(
There are a few USG OTG bridges (similar to pa-7 but not limited to Olympus s-hd-100 or s-dvd-100) that can connect the camera to any portable storage device using USB on both side. With copy button and other functions, that will make them more attractive than pa-7. But today technology and the lower price of memory card, the USB OTG bridge seems not so hot in todays market.
All in all, hacking pa-7 is a good exercise anyway. Have to do more thinking for now
thanks again for your kind offering on pictures and excellent communications
Sat, 02 Aug 2008 22:17:08 +0000
You are quite welcome. I am glad I could help. I always love hearing about new hack ideas. Feel free to post your results. They might be helpful to up in the future.
Sun, 03 Aug 2008 18:22:12 +0000
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Title: Olympus S-HD-100 Hard Disc Drive Storage System and Olympus PA7 USB Adapter
Weblog: Camera Hacker
Excerpt: Hi Chieh, I hope I'm not asking too much if You can open up the Olympus PA-7 and take some pics ?? There isn't any info about the chips(if any), schematics etc on the PA-7 Hope you can help thanks in advance Andy
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