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Name: libgphoto2-6-32bit Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 2.5.29 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 2.2 Build date: Wed May 11 04:33:33 2022
Group: System/Libraries Build host: lamb66
Size: 2022487 Source RPM: libgphoto2-2.5.29-2.2.src.rpm
Summary: A Digital Camera Library
gPhoto (GNU Photo) is a set of libraries for previewing, retrieving,
and capturing images from a range of supported digital cameras to your
local hard drive. It does not support digital cameras based on the USB
storage protocol as those can be mounted by Linux directly.

As of this time, gPhoto supports around 1700 cameras, listed on:

or by running

gphoto2 --list-cameras






* Tue Apr 19 2022 Marcus Meissner <>
  - use https urls
* Sat Mar 05 2022 Marcus Meissner <>
  - updated to 2.5.29 release
    * fixes build failures of libgphoto2 frontends and builds using the
      wrong libgphoto2 headers (issue #717)
    * fixed a regression in Fuji preview capture which would lead to crashes
    * made the wait-event property extractor more robust (it sometimes gets NULL ptrs), hopefully fixing Sony crashes
    * sony: fixed a crash in sony f-number
    * panasonic: added more configs adjustgm, adjustab, colortemp, afmode, mfadjust, expmode, recording
    * fixed some bugs caused by refactoring / memory leak fixes
    * added:
    - Kodak m531
    - HP Photosmart E331
    - Nikon DSC 6
    * updated polish, ukrainian, russian, serbian
    * added romanian
* Mon Jan 03 2022 Marcus Meissner <>
  - updated to 2.5.28 release
    * OS/2 support removed (broken and unused since at least 2006)
    * remove built-in rpm packaging (use distro packaging instead)
    * remove linux-hotplug rule creation (removed from distros around 2006)
    * remaining text which was iso-8859 is UTF-8 now (except one po file)
    * To override docdir and htmldir, use configure arguments --docdir=
      and --htmldir= instead of --with-doc-dir= and --with-html-dir=
    * some code cleanups, especially handling of include files and i18n handling
    * wait event
    * property changes now reported with "'name' to 'value'" added
    * object info changes now reported as FILE_CHANGED events (e.g. if you change protection flags)
    * Nikon J1: capture fixed
    * Olympus: fixed that wait time was twice as long as required if no events arrived
    * Sigma Fp: added basic beta support for capture, live view and config.
    * Sony:
    * mark all widgets as read-write again, read-only logic was not 100% correct
    * speed-ups and fixes to the stepping based config setting
    * Canon EOS
    * handle newer EOS R series reporting of configs (ISO, Aperture, Shutterspeed)
    * track UI lock state to avoid device busy reports
    * fixed "zoom" range settings (for lenses with powered zoom, also for today Powershot)
    * Fuji:
    * ptpip improvements
    * bug fixes
    * some Fuji cameras have now liveview only for webcam (need new firmware)
    * various small fixes and code cleanups
    * New ids:
    * Sony Alpha-RX1R II, ILCE-7C, ZV-E10, A6600, DSC HX-80, ILCE-7RM3A, ILCE-7RM4A, DSC-A7S III
    * Nikon Coolpix B500, Zfc
    * Canon EOS M50m2, Digital IXUS 132
    * Fuji X-Pro3, GFX 100S, X100V
    * fixed wait event crashes
    * correctly mark read only config widgets as read-only
    * fix PEF raw files for non-K100D
    * updated german, french, polish, ukrainian
* Mon Oct 18 2021 Marcus Meissner <>
  - split out libgphoto2_port for now to meet new shared library policy
    requirements. bsc#1191764
* Sun Feb 21 2021 Marcus Meissner <>
  - updated to 2.5.27 release
    * report filesizes larger than 4GB correctly
    * download files larger than 4GB
    * empty ptp strings are reported as "", not as NULL
    * report more MTP object properties
    * Nikon
    * download of files larger than 4GB using getpartial object method
    * handle new application mode
    * handle new eventex fetcher on Z series
    * fixed movie on recent Z series
    * report liveview and movie prohibit conditions, as errors and also in configuration tree
    * some Nikon 1 V1 enhancements (the first camera of the 1 series is a bit special)
    * report filesize > 4GB correctly, if possible
    * Canon EOS:
    * EOS M6 Mark 2 is actually more like a EOS DSLR and fully capable, added some work
    * Handle OLCINFO for M6 Mark 2 and EOS R5 and new cameras
    * added current list of autoexposuremode to expose also Fv and friends
    * Canon Liveview size is encoded in "output" (PC / MOBILE / MOBILE2 variants are the different livesizes), try to expose seperately as "liveviewsize"
    * decode more options, nickname, eosmoviemode (color/bw), strobofiring, eventmode, flashcharged, oneshotrawon
    * bugfixes
    * Sony Alpha:
    * report f-numbers enum with fixed list
    * fixed liveview taking on a new model
    * Panasonic
    * implement liveviewsize
    * implement movie recording ( using --set-config movie=1/0 )
    * more doc and minor fixes
    * ptp/ip: allow building on Windows
    * New IDS:
    * Sony DSC-A7S III
    * Nikon Coolpix P1000, Z6_2, Z7_2
    * Olympus E-M1 MII
    * Canon PowerShot G12, EOS M200
    * Fuji Fujifilm X-S10
    * Ricoh Theta V, Z1
    * more shutterspeed reported
    * updated french
* Sun Oct 11 2020 Marcus Meissner <>
  - updated to 2.5.26 release
    * Olympus OMD: fixed the 65 second wait after capture.
    * Canon EOS:
    * bugfixes
    * Nikon
    * D3000, D3100, and D3200 "static opcode list" reduced after reports what works and what not
    * Nikon 1 series cameras had some commands listed too much.
    * Nikon 1 J5 improvements
    * "liveviewsize" can change liveviewsize
    * Sony:
    * Modern Sony cameras seem to require a 3 second wait on startup. Seems needed on ZV-1, A7 R4, RX100 M7 so far... Unsure why.
    * correct shutterspeed, iso and exposurebias decoding for Sony A7r4 and other new models
    * some bugfixes in property settings, trying to speed it up
    * ZV-1 support, some additional startup wait hack to make it work.
    * partial Sony QX support added, can do preview... close to having capture (but not there yet) (also added "liveviewsize")
    * report read/write and read/only of properties correctly
    * Fuji X:
    * stabilized normal capture code
    * added bulb capture, added autofocusdrive
    * lots of properties listed now, some also decoded
    * added "liveviewsize", "shuttercounter", "colortemperature",
      "lensname", "devicename", "imagecomment", "filmsimulation", "colorspace"
    * Added very experimental Wifi support.
    * synced new libmtp device ids
    * Cameras added to id list:
    * Sony QX30U, ZV-1, DSC-RX100M7
    * Nikon D780, Z5, Coolpix B700
    * Panasonic GMC-GX8
    * Canon EOS 1D X Mark III, R5, R6
    * Canon PowerShot SX70HS
    * Fuji FinePix X-E1
    * Sigma fp
    * small changes synced from pktriggercord, added Pentax 645Z
    * new experimental driver, supports the docupen scanner pen.
    * more fuzzing related stability fixes, largely to "outdated" driver set.
    * lots of compiler warnings fixes across the codebase
    * update pl, sv, uk, zh_CN, fr
* Sat Jun 06 2020 Marcus Meissner <>
  - baselibs.conf: requires libgphoto2-6-xxbit, libexif-devel-xxbit and
    libusb-1_0-devel-xxbit from libgphoto2-devel-xxbit (bsc#1172301)
* Sun May 24 2020 Marcus Meissner <>
  - updated to 2.5.25 release
    - ptp2:
    * Liveview support for Leica SL
    * PTP 1.1 Streaming parameters added.
    * Olympus OMD capture fixes
    * Nikon DSLR/Z:
    * various improvements to liveview error reporting.
    * much more properties added, some values added
    * allow downloading of "large thumbnails" instead of "regular thumbnails",
    can be selected by "thumbsize" gphoto2 local setting.
    * fixes for D3000, D3100 methods
    * maximum capture wait extended to 1000 seconds (as the D870 has 900 seconds max now)
    * Canon EOS
    * initialization fixes (if it breaks your EOS M or PowerShot, please report)
    * liveview enablement fixed
    * maximum capture wait extended to 90seconds
    * EOS R shutterspeed , aperture reporting fixed
    * various bugfixes
    * Cameras added to id list:
    * Sony NEX 5
    * Canon EOS 90D
    * Fuji XT-4
    * Sanyo VPC-FH1
    * Leica SL Typ 601
    - lumix:
    * fixed initialisation, might help capture
    - all:
    * ongoing stability fixes from AFL fuzzing
    - translation updates:
    * sv
* Sun Feb 23 2020 Marcus Meissner <>
  - updated to 2.5.24 release
    - ptp2:
    * GoPro: fixed all images not visible bug
    * Canon EOS: lock/unlock ui before more operations
    * Canon Powershot SX / EOS M: some setup adjustments to make powershot sx work better
    * Nikon Keymission 170: try override opcodes to allow capture
    * Nikon DSLR: fixed a regression where 5 seconds was longer image capture shutterspeed
    * Sony: adjusted manualfocusing not to autofocus
    * Fuji: access ISO config
    * Sony: fixed manual focusing
    * Sony: specify capturetarget on camera, available on current 2019/2020 Sony
    * bugfixes
    * New ids added:
    * Sony Alpha RX100V, A7s, RX0 II,
    * Nikon Z50, Coolpix L810, KeyMission 170
    * Canon PowerShot SX530HS, SX 620HS,
    * Canon EOS 2000D, 1500D, R2, M6 Mark 2, 250D,
    * Fuji X-A5, X-E3, GFX100
    * GoPro Hero 7 White, 7 Silver, 7 Black, 8 Black
    - lumix:
    * New WIFI Lumix camera driver was added, using curl and libxml2.
      Lots of abilities supported already, also capture preview.
      However capture itself is not yet working.
      This driver needs libxml2 and libcurl to be built.
    - all:
    * Selecting camera libraries has changed a bit.
    - -camlibs=everything will select all and outdated drivers
    - -camlibs=standard  will select "current day" drivers
    - -camlibs=standard,outdated  will select "current day" and "outdated" drivers
      You can now also use modifiers like +canon or -canon to enable/disable selected camera libraries.
      The default is "standard", same as before.
    * fixed some issues found by AFL fuzzing, mostly in "outdated" drivers.
    * Small document added describing security properties of the library.
* Tue Feb 04 2020 Bjørn Lie <>
  - No longer recommend -lang: supplements are in use.
* Sun Jun 02 2019 Marcus Meissner <>
  - updated to 2.5.23 release
    - ptp2:
    * Sony capture stability and speed improvements
    * Canon EOS capture stability improvements, reduce partial read blobs from 5MB to 1MB
    * Canon EOS M image format unpacking adjustments
    * Olympus OMD: bulb capture added, trigger capture capable
    * Panasonic GH5: added manualfocusdrive, capturetarget
    * Canon PowerShot X work ... trying to support / improve stability of capture
    * PTP string packing adjusted to standard (empty and null strings)
    * New ids added:
    * Sony Alpha A68, RX100M6, DSC-WX350
    * Nikon Coolpix L100
    * Canon PowerShot G7X, G9X Mark II
    * Canon Rebel T6, EOS 2000D
    * Fuji X-A2, GFX 50R, XT-30
    * Ricoh WG-M2
    * libmtp ids synced.
    - pentax:
    * synced smaller parts with pktriggercord
    - translations:
    * updated danish
    - fuzzing:
    * vusb and sample-afl now able to fuzz all USB cameras (even if slow)
    - all:
    * Various crashes fixed that were found during AFL fuzzing the USB drivers
* Tue Jan 01 2019
  - updated to 2.5.22 release
    - ptp2:
    * Canon EOS M / PowerShot capture problem solved
    * Sony shutterspeed - provide a static list as the camera does not provide one, you can set also different values
    * Canon SDRAM capture, try to support more than 500MB of images at once
    * New USB Ids added:
    * Canon EOS R, 800D
    * Canon PowerShot SX600HS, SX740HS
    * Sony DSC RX0, RX100-M5A
    * Nikon DSC D3500
    - generic:
    * handle new "bind" udev event in udev rule generator.
    - translations:
    * updated polish, ukrainian



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