What to Do With Your PSP Camera
The PSP GoCam is not available yet in the United States, but eventually, PSP users will be able to use the PSP to take photos that will be saved directly to the memory stick of the PSP. Record video on the PSP through the camera attachment with help from a video producer in this free video on the PSP.
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There will be a lot of things you can do with your Sony GoCam when you get it and attach it to your PSP. Now, currently the GoCam is not available in the U.S., but is has been announced. And if you're willing to visit some online retailers it's available through Japanese retail websites, so you might want to check there. You'll need version of the firmware 3.00 though if you want to access English instructions and many commands to use that camera, so be aware that you need the most updated version of the firmware. Now, of course one of the most basic functions; you've got a camera on your PSP. You're going to use the camera function to take photos, and those photos will be saved directly to your memory stick on your PSP. Another function that you can use is video. When you have a camera attached you're going to have available a go edit software program on your PSP, but be aware that this has some serious limitations and that you can only take videos up to fifteen seconds. However, you can also access the video through the XMB menu system, and if you do that then your video size is limited only by the size of your memory card. It'll record directly to it.