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Tested with
Devices(s): Nokia N95, Nokia E90
Compatibility
Platform(s): S60 2nd Edition, S60 3rd Edition, S60 5th Edition
Symbian
S60 5th Edition
Platform Security
Capabilities: )
Article
Created: bogdan.galiceanu (05 May 2009)
Last edited: hamishwillee (09 May 2013)

Contents

Overview

This snippet shows how to take a photograph in m.

Preconditions

Note: The take function of the cam module requires Write permission if given a file path as an argument.

Images can be saved in JPEG, BMP, GIF or PNG format.

Source code

use cam, graph, ui
 
 
//Activate the camera with one of the supported resolutions
cam.on(0)
 
//Set the camera's brightness to slightly above normal and lower the contrast
cam.bright(15)
cam.contrast(-10)
 
//Display the viewfinder
cam.view(0, 0, graph.full()[0], graph.full()[1])
 
//Set the menu and wait for the user to select the option
ui.menu("Options", ["Take photo"], false)
if ui.cmd() = "Take photo" then
//Take a picture and save it at highest quality
img = cam.take("C:\\picture.jpg", 100)
end
 
//Deactivate the camera
cam.off()

Postconditions

A photograph will be taken with the given settings and stored at the given path.

Additional information

  • The available resolutions can be found using the sizes function.
  • The number of cameras available on a device can be found using the count constant.
  • If a device has multiple cameras, the camera to be used is set using the index function that takes the camera's index as an argument.
  • On some devices, maximum resolution might only be available in landscape mode.
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