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Topic # 80146 27-Mar-2011 17:49
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I can get either an

I pad wifi 16gb

or iPad1 wifi+36 16gb 

Can you plug  a camera into ipad 1 if you jailbreak it  

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  Reply # 452513 27-Mar-2011 18:57
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How do you mean plug in a camera? You can buy a camera connector kit which allows you to look at the SD card and it may let you connect the actual camera to it to look at the photos but I'm not 100% on that. Is that what you mean?



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  Reply # 452521 27-Mar-2011 19:28
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Like bluetooth or use the camera connection kit to skype or something even if i have to jailbreak it

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 452522 27-Mar-2011 19:35
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do you really need one?





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  Reply # 452524 27-Mar-2011 19:38
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If you want to add a camera to Skype then I'm not sure you can do that with jail breaking. Why not just get iPad 2?



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  Reply # 452547 27-Mar-2011 20:25
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Sort of like is it worth losing 3G for the cameras

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  Reply # 452550 27-Mar-2011 20:32
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Why would you lose 3G. Do you mean either pay for first gen with 3G or second gen with just wifi but it has cameras?

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  Reply # 452553 27-Mar-2011 20:39
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The camera connection kit is only for copying still photos off the camera, you can't use it for Skype.



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  Reply # 452568 27-Mar-2011 21:30
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Yeah

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  Reply # 452583 27-Mar-2011 22:16
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In your case, an iPad two is probably better




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