How to Connect a USB Camera to a PSP

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The PSP does not currently have the capability to attach a USB camera in the United States, but one has been announced that will slip into the USB slot and work like a regular camera. Find out how to use a PSP to take pictures, once the proper device has been released, with help from a video producer in this free video on the PSP.

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Video Transcript

Today, we're going to talk about how to connect a USB camera to your PSP. The PSP is a wonderfully versatile device, and there are a lot of things you can do with it. One of the things that you can do, it's built to do is to take pictures. Of course, what you would need to do is go to the camera icon and you simply would select X and you would go into camera mode. Now, of course you would need to connect a USB camera to the PSP. Now, there's not one available in the U.S., but it has been announced. It's called the Sony GoCam, and it will slip right into the USB slot, right on top so it'll be just like a a regular camera on your cell phone. The resolution will be about 1.3 megapixels, and that's similar to what you would find in most camera phones. It's enough for a four by five snapshot. Once you put it right on top of the PSP you'd go into camera mode. Then, you can start snapping snapshots which will be saved onto your memory stick of your PSP. And that's how you would connect your USB camera to a PSP.


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