• B9.1.1.2 "Color Management for Still Image Devices" in the Windows DDK [IMAG-0310] B9.1.1.3 Windows compatibility and implementation notes (general)
  • B9.1.1.5 Windows 2000: Still Image Architecture (STI)
  • B9.1.2.2 USB Still Image Capture Device Definition, V.0.9 or later [IMAG-0311] http://www.usb.org/developers/docs.html B9.1.2.3 Legacy Plug and Play Guidelines
  • B9.1.2.5 Design Rule for Camera File system (DCF) Specification
  • B9.1.3 Still Image Devices - Quality
  • B9.1.4 Still Image Devices - Windows Experience
  • B9.1.4.3- B9.1.4.5 DELETED B9.1.4.6 Digital camera uses PC-compatible file system for removable storage
  • B9.1.4.7 Daisy-chained parallel port imaging devices are Plug and Play capable
  • B9.1.4.9 Digital camera stores images in JPEG-compressed file format [IMAG-0314] B9.1.4.10 Asynchronous imaging device with an IEEE 1394 interface uses SBP2Port
  • B9.1.5.3 Windows Me: USB Mass Storage and Cameras [Clarification]
  • B9.1.5.4 Windows Me/Windows XP—Requirement for Still Image Devices [Clarification]
  • B9.1.R Still Image Devices - Future Requirements
  • Windows Logo Program




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    B9.0 Still Image Devices

    B9.1 General Still Image Devices


    All general requirements in B1.0 are included by reference.
    All bus-specific requirements in B2.0 are included by reference.

    B9.1.1 Still Image Devices - Windows Compatibility

    B9.1.1.1 Still image driver support

    Note: Digital still cameras that stream video while tethered must have WDM stream class drivers. [IMAG-0318]

    • Windows Me: Vendor provides a WIA driver or supports PIMA 15740 in camera firmware. [IMAG-0317]

    • Windows XP: Scanner vendors must provide a WIA driver. Digital camera vendors can implement one of the following solutions:

    • Provide a camera-specific WIA driver.

    • Ensure the camera firmware adheres to the mandatory commands in the PIMA 15740 standard.

    • Implement support compliant with the USB Mass Storage Class Bulk-Only specification and use the Microsoft Usbstor.sys storage driver.

    See "Still Image Drivers" in the Windows DDK. See also FAQ B9.1.5.4.

    • Windows 2000/Windows 98: Driver supports STI driver interface - ”Still Image Drivers” in Windows DDK.

    • Driver supports TWAIN 1.7, if TWAIN support is implemented. [IMAG-0319]
    B9.1.1.2 "Color Management for Still Image Devices" in the Windows DDK

    [IMAG-0310]
    B9.1.1.3 Windows compatibility and implementation notes (general)

    http://www.microsoft.com/hwdev/stillimage/
    B9.1.1.4 Windows XP/Windows Me: Windows Image Acquisition (WIA) driver support

    [IMAG-0312]
    http://www.microsoft.com/hwdev/wia/
    B9.1.1.5 Windows 2000: Still Image Architecture (STI)

    http://www.microsoft.com/hwdev/stillimage/w2STI.htm

    B9.1.2 Still Image Devices - Industry Standards

    B9.1.2.1 Photographic and Imaging Manufacturers Association (PIMA) 15740, "Requirements for communication with digital photography devices"

    [IMAG-0311, 0316]
    http://www.pima.net/standards/it10a.htm#15740
    B9.1.2.2 USB Still Image Capture Device Definition, V.0.9 or later

    [IMAG-0311]
    http://www.usb.org/developers/docs.html
    B9.1.2.3 Legacy Plug and Play Guidelines

    [Legacy Plug and Play Guidelines]
    B9.1.2.4 ICC Profile Format Specification, Spec ICC.1:1988-09 and Addendum 2, ICC.1A:1999-04

    [IMAG-0310]
    http://www.color.org/profiles.html
    B9.1.2.5 Design Rule for Camera File system (DCF) Specification

    http://www.jeida.or.jp/document/standard/jeida49-2.html#English
    B9.1.2.6 Specification for Exchangeable image file format (EXIF)

    EXIF is used in the digital still cameras and related systems.

    http://www.jeida.or.jp/document/standard/jeida49.html


    B9.1.3 Still Image Devices - Quality


    WHQL Test Specification References:
    Chapter 13: Still Imaging/WIA Test Specification
    B9.1.3.1 - B9.1.3.3 SEE B9.1.1.1
    B9.1.3.4 Pass WHQL tests

    See B1.3.

    Windows XP: See “Scanners” and “Cameras” in HCT documentation.

    B9.1.4 Still Image Devices - Windows Experience


    Design Guidelines:
    WIA at http://www.microsoft.com/hwdev/wia/
    PC 2001 System Design Guide
    , Chapter 16, "Digital Still Image Peripherals"
    B9.1.4.1 Device uses USB or IEEE 1394 connection

    [IMAG-0309; see also FAQ B9.1.5.3]
    B9.1.4.2 Device associates an ICC profile

    [IMAG-0310]

    Devices that create sRGB output must associate the "sRGB Color Space Profile.icm" Windows default ICC profile with the device.

    Devices using a vendor-supplied ICC profile or profiles must associate this profile or profiles with the device.

    B9.1.4.3- B9.1.4.5 DELETED
    B9.1.4.6 Digital camera uses PC-compatible file system for removable storage

    [IMAG-0313; see also FAQ B9.1.5.2]

    • Media integrates an ATA controller

    • Device file system installs via the Windows XP/Windows 2000 Installable File System.

    • Device ships with a Windows Media Device Manager (WMDM) pluggable service provider.
    B9.1.4.7 Daisy-chained parallel port imaging devices are Plug and Play capable

    [INPT-0140]

    As described in Legacy Plug and Play Guidelines.


    B9.1.4.8 Imaging devices resolve at least 1/4 line per claimed pixel resolution in both directions

    [IMAG-0315]
    B9.1.4.9 Digital camera stores images in JPEG-compressed file format

    [IMAG-0314]
    B9.1.4.10 Asynchronous imaging device with an IEEE 1394 interface uses SBP2Port

    [IMAG-0321]

    B9.1.5 Still Image Devices - FAQs

    B9.1.5.1 The current still image FAQs

    See http://www.microsoft.com/winlogo/hardware/stillimage/.
    B9.1.5.2 ATA Flash Cards [Logo Program clarification]

    [IMAG-0313]

    A PC Card ATA flash card must support at least one LogConfig with an IRQ resource. Under Windows Me, Configuration Manager (which is responsible for assigning resources) filters the LogConfigs of ATA cards. If an IRQ is not available, then that configuration is ignored. The operating system will not assign resources for a device that has no LogConfig with an IRQ. This requirement is effective July 1, 2000.


    FAQ Date: December 22, 1999
    B9.1.5.3 Windows Me: USB Mass Storage and Cameras [Clarification]

    It is possible to create a camera that appears to the operating system to be a storage device (and not a camera) by supporting the USB Mass Storage Class specification in camera firmware. In this case, the device is a storage device and must adhere to storage specifications.

    However, Microsoft will not grant a "Designed for Windows" logo to cameras that only appear as hard drives to Windows. The reason for this exclusion is that such a device is specifically not designed for Windows, and it loses functionality when attached to a Windows-based PC.

    A camera that is designed for Windows retains camera functionality when attached, so the user can take advantage of the imaging feature sets in Windows Me and Windows XP.
    FAQ Date: November 24, 1999

    B9.1.5.4 Windows Me/Windows XP—Requirement for Still Image Devices [Clarification]

    Still image devices are supported under WIA architecture or PIMA 15740. For the Windows Logo Program, the scanner vendor must provide a WIA driver. For digital cameras, however, vendors have theses options:

    • Digital camera vendors can implement one of the following solutions:

    • Provide a camera-specific WIA driver.

    • Ensure the camera firmware adheres to the mandatory commands in the PIMA 15740 standard.

    • Implement support compliant with the USB Mass Storage Class Bulk-Only specification and use the Microsoft Usbstor.sys storage driver.

    These choices are available because Windows Me and Windows XP provide a WIA driver for PIMA 15740 and USB Mass Storage Class devices, accomplishing the same functional purpose.

    Note: Optimal user experience is seamless integration of the imaging peripheral with the Windows environment. In Windows 2000 and Windows 98, event-driven STI user-mode minidrivers remove unnecessary steps for device interaction with the operating system. In Windows XP and Windows Me, the operating system detects hot-pluggable WIA devices such as digital cameras, providing a seamless interface with the device. For persistent-connection devices, such as scanners, implementation of device events via buttons and sensors will deliver this functionality after initial installation.
    FAQ Date: December 22, 1999

    B9.1.R Still Image Devices - Future Requirements


    Announcement of additional future requirements will be published at http://www.microsoft.com/winlogo/hardware/stillimage/.
    B9.1.R.1 Digital camera design ensures the PC can both get and set camera properties using WIA driver interface

    Future versions of the operating system will provide functionality that allows the user to change stored values on their digital cameras from the PC.

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