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MOBILE MANAGER CAMERA *photo taking*

MOBILE MANAGER CAMERA *photo taking*

Postby trabanal » Sat Jul 02, 2016 8:56 am

Hello,

I was wondering if anyone knew a way to use a USB powered Endoscope with mobile manager to take better pictures in hard to reach places. Even with our smaller tablets we find it a little difficult to get some good pictures. I tried to reach out to Bolt On and I haven't heard anything.
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Re: MOBILE MANAGER CAMERA *photo taking*

Postby MRISICH » Wed Jul 06, 2016 12:50 pm

trabanal wrote:Hello,

I was wondering if anyone knew a way to use a USB powered Endoscope with mobile manager to take better pictures in hard to reach places. Even with our smaller tablets we find it a little difficult to get some good pictures. I tried to reach out to Bolt On and I haven't heard anything.


Thanks for reaching out to me. I have a couple of thoughts that may help.

1. Using an Android phone with the flashlight turned on may get into the harder to reach areas.
2. If your tablet supports the connection of a USB camera, it should be able to be used, however we've never tested it.

Hope this helps. Please let me know if I can do anything else.
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Re: MOBILE MANAGER CAMERA *photo taking*

Postby trabanal » Thu Jul 07, 2016 2:58 pm

Do i have to download mobile manager onto the android? or is there a way to take pictures on the phone and then transfer it to the inspection?
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Re: MOBILE MANAGER CAMERA *photo taking*

Postby MRISICH » Fri Jul 08, 2016 12:57 pm

Hello,

The answer is "YES" you would need to get Mobile Manager Pro for your Endoscope android. It would be a one time fee of $89.95 which is a config fee or if your Endoscope is replacing another android it would be FREE to replace other android.

As for the question taking a photo and transferring it to an inspection there is no way to transfer the photo to the inspection.

The only other thing is to make sure that the area is well lit, avoid using a zoom if that tablet has a zoom, Keep in mind that some areas are just too tight to get in with a tablet to take a picture. I hope this answered your questions.

Hope you have a great weekend.
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