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Hello there! I've no experience with J2ME so far only J2EE. But I got a task to analyze if one J2ME project could be done or not. One of the specifications of the system is to capture a picture from the camera, and send it to a server over http or MMS is it doable? Can someone point me to some directions?


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Yes it is very do-able, and not too difficult.


Sun's J2ME Site has some great articles. I remember seeing one on capture image.

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Although it is doable the picture quality taken by the Java API's is poor, even if the phone camera specs are high. If high picture quality is a necessity forget it until the newer generations of phones are released.
 
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