Fuji A330 USB version?

Discussion in 'Fuji' started by Martin, Jan 1, 2005.

  1. Martin

    Martin Guest

    I've recently bought myself a Fuji A330 and am trying to find out whether
    it's USB interface is the old USB1 or the newer Hi-Speed USB2.

    I can find nothing in the manual or searching with Google.

    Can anyone tell me?

    Thanks.

    Martin.
     
    Martin, Jan 1, 2005
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    OliveOil Guest

    OliveOil, Jan 2, 2005
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  3. Martin

    Martin Guest

    Thanks for the link - i took a look but could find no mention of the A330's
    USB interface version....

    So i did the obvious - a test!

    I took 12 videos with my A330 totalling just over 94MBs in size.
    I transferred them to my pc twice.
    Once with my A330 plugged into a Hi-Speed USB2 port and once with my A330
    plugged into a USB1 port.

    The transfer times for the 94MBs of data were:

    USB2 port 2mins 15secs

    USB1 port 2mins 10secs

    These transfer times indicate a data transfer rate of approximately 6Mb/s so
    i think it's safe to assume that the A330's USB interface is version 1.

    I think i'll look for an xD card reader - Hi-Speed USB2 of course :)

    Martin.
     
    Martin, Jan 3, 2005
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    JohnR66 Guest

    Are you in a hurry or shoot a lot of pictures that you need to download them
    often?

    BTW, I got the A330 as well. It is a basic camera, but it sure seems to nail
    exposures well and delivers a sharp picture for 3MP resolution. No purple
    fringing either.
    John
     
    JohnR66, Jan 3, 2005
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    OliveOil Guest

    Hi "Martin"
    FinePix A330 Zoom Specifications
    Camera Terminal : USB 1.1 interface, 3v power-input socket, Video out via
    USB socket
     
    OliveOil, Jan 3, 2005
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