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       gphoto2 [--debug] [-q | --quiet] [-v | --verbose] [-h | --help]
               [--list-cameras] [--list-ports] [--stdout]
               [--stdout-size] [--auto-detect] [--port PATH]
               [--speed SPEED] [--camera MODEL] [--filename FILENAME]
               [--usbid USBIDS] [-a | --abilities] [--folder FOLDER]
               [[-R | --recurse] | --norecurse] [-l | --list-folders]
               [-L | --list-files] [-m NAME | --mkdir NAME]
               [-r NAME | --rmdir NAME] [-n | --num-files]
               [-p RANGE | --get-file RANGE] [-P | --get-all-files]
               [-t RANGE | --get-thumbnail RANGE]
               [-T | --get-all-thumbnails]
               [-r RANGE | --get-raw-data RANGE] [--get-all-raw-data]
               [--get-audio-data RANGE] [--get-all-audio-data]
               [-d RANGE | --delete-file RANGE] [-D | --delete-all-files]
               [-u FILENAME | --upload-file FILENAME] [--capture-preview]
               [--capture-image] [--capture-movie] [--capture-sound]
               [--capture-show-info RANGE]
               [--summary] [--manual] [--about] [--shell]


       libgphoto2(3)  is a cross-platform digital camera library,
       and gphoto2(1) is a command-line client for it.

       Where an option takes a range  of  files,  thumbnails,  or
       other data, they are numbered beginning at 1. A range is a
       comma-separated list of numbers or spans (``first-last'').
       Ranges  are  XOR  (exclusive  or),  so that ``1-5,3,7'' is
       equivalent to ``1,2,4,5,7''.

              Turn on debugging.

       -q, --quiet
              Quiet output (default=verbose).

       -v, --version
              Display version and exit.

       -h, --help
              Display a short usage message.

              List supported camera models.

              List auto-detected cameras.

       --port PATH
              Specify port device.

       --speed SPEED
              Specify serial transfer speed.

       --camera MODEL
              Specify camera  model.  Most  model  names  contain
              spaces:  remember  to enclose the name in quotes so
              that the shell knows it is one parameter. For exam­
              ple: --camera "Kodak DC240".

       --filename FILENAME
              Specify  the filename to use when saving downloaded
              files. The --filename option accepts  %a,  %A,  %b,
              %B,  %d,  %H,  %k,  %I, %l, %j, %m, %M, %S, %y, %%,
              (see date(1)) and, in addition, %n for the  number,
              %C for the filename suffix, and %f for the filename
              without suffix.

       --usbid USBIDS
              (Expert only) Override USB IDs. USBIDS must  be  of
              the      form      DetectedVendorID:DetectedProduc­
              tID=TreatAsVendorID:TreatAsProductID to  treat  any
              USB  device  detected as DetectedVendorID:Detected­
              ProductID    as    TreatAsVendorID:TreatAsProductID
              instead. All the VendorIDs and ProductIDs should be
              hexadecimal numbers beginning in C  notation,  i.e.
              beginning with '0x'.

              Example: --usbid 0x4a9:0x306b=0x4a9:0x306c

       -a, --abilities
              Display camera abilities.

       -f, --folder FOLDER
              Specify camera folder (default="/").

       -R, --recurse
              Recursion (default for download).

       -r, --rmdir NAME
              Remove a directory.

       -n, --num-files
              Display number of files.

       -p, --get-file RANGE
              Get files given in range.

       -P, --get-all-files
              Get all files from folder.

       -t, --get-thumbnail RANGE
              Get thumbnails given in range.

       -T, --get-all-thumbnails
              Get all thumbnails from folder.

       -r, --get-raw-data RANGE
              Get raw data given in range.

              Get all raw data from folder.

       --get-audio-data RANGE
              Get audio data given in range.

              Get all audio data from folder.

       --delete-files RANGE
              Delete files given in range.

              Delete all files in folder.

       -u, --upload-file FILENAME
              Upload a file to camera.

              Capture an audio clip.

       --show-info RANGE
              Show info.

              Summary of camera status.

              Camera driver manual.

              About the camera driver.

              Start  the  gphoto2  shell, an interactive environ­
              ment. See SHELL MODE for a detailed description.


       The following commands are available:

       cd     Change to a directory on the camera.

       lcd    Change to a directory on the local machine.

       exit, quit, q
              Exit the gphoto2 shell.

       get    Download the file to the current directory.

              Download the thumbnail to the current directory.

              Download raw data to the current directory.

              Show information.

       ls     List  the  contents of the current directory on the


        libgphoto2(3),        The         gPhoto2         Manual,


       gphoto2 --list-ports
              Shows  what  kinds  of  ports  (USB and serial) you

       gphoto2 --auto-detect
              Shows what camera(s) you have connected.

       gphoto2 --list-files
              List files on camera.

       gphoto2 --get-file 7-13
              Get files number 7 through 13 from the list  output
              by gphoto2 --list-files.


       The gPhoto2 Team.
       Man page edited by Tim Waugh <twaugh@redhat.com>.

                          February 2002                GPHOTO2(1)



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