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QuickTake Software

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
quicktakesoftware.sit (11.14 MB)
MD5: fc9c49ae677857cbd6b60525a08e8085
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
QuickTime_fixed.sit (5.03 MB)
MD5: 6d01417afd0fb52123a16015b8afb513
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
Quicktake150_FR.sit (4.29 MB)
MD5: ec2352e575e76d98dd4b92b8ce1826b7
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
This app works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II,

Software for the Apple QuickTake Camera 100, 150, 200,
QuickTake image 2.0.1

Some users reported that the 4 disk images in the first download were corrupted. If the images in the first download don't work for you, try the ones from the second one (tested on Mini vMac & Basilisk II).

3rd download: The same 4 disk images but this time in French.

Architecture: 68k PPC

68020 or later


Gary's picture
by Gary - 2014, November 17 - 4:37pm

It's been a long time since I used this stuff but I believe I was using some version of 9 at the time.

It was the iSight camera that is X-only.


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by jamesroseuk - 2014, November 17 - 3:02pm


Can anyone confirm that this runs under Mac OS 9?


James Smile

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by MikeTomTom - 2013, July 17 - 1:50am

I have QuickTake 150 Camera that I am trying to connect using Basilisk II (OS 7.5.3). I have USB to DB9 connector. I am trouble installing this software. IMG disks cannot be read in OS...

I imagine that connecting a QTake cam to a USB/DB9 connector and accessing this via Basilisk II will be impossible. AFAIK Basilisk II does not talk directly to USB devices (and OS 7. anything, certainly won't know about USB).

Installing the QuickTake software to Basilisk II tho' is not difficult to do and it runs really well on BII.

[Edit]: I've since had time to inspect the DL from here. It extracts to a folder named "Cameras" which in turn contains the (Macintosh & Windows) disk image installer sets for QuickTake 100, 150 & 200 series cameras. You will only require the installer set from the QuickTake 150 - Macintosh install set.

The ".scr" files you mentioned are DiskCopy 6.x scripts and will only work on a Classic Mac OS and require Disk Copy 6.1.2 or newer to be installed. You do not need these ".scr" files unless you have a Macintosh with a floppy disk drive and wish to make hard copy floppy disks of the install set.

You need to move the file "quicktakesoftware.sit" into an emulated hard drive of Basilisk II - Do not attempt to extract this in a shared or "Unix" drive on the emulator, the shared or "Unix" drive is used for moving files between the host and emulator only. Its also possible to extract the disk images on your host OS and mount them directly onto a running Basilisk II desktop.

That is, either Extract the files by:

(1) Moving the "quicktakesoftware.sit" file into a mounted emulated hard drive and only then extract the .sit (using a pre-installed Stuffit Expander version 5.5 on BII). Inside the extracted Cameras folder, open the "QuickTake 150 - Macintosh" folder and select all four "QuickTake Disk 1.img to QuickTake Disk 4.img" files and drag them onto Disk Copy 6.3 (which also may need to be pre-installed on OS 7.5.3) to mount all four images onto your emulated desktop - then run the installer from inside the mounted Disk 1. Doing a (custom) install for "QuickTake 150" is a good tip at this point.

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by quinoafreak - 2013, July 16 - 10:27am

Please can someone help me? I have QuickTake 150 Camera that I am trying to connect using Basilisk II (OS 7.5.3). I have USB to DB9 connector. I am trouble installing this software. IMG disks cannot be read in OS and SCR (those are script files right?) cannot be run within OS. I am clearly doing something wrong, can you point me to right direction? Thanks.

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by MikeTomTom - 2012, October 4 - 11:34am

Do a (custom) install for "QuickTake 150" and install a rather interesting bitmap editor called "PhotoFlash". - Highly scriptable. Great for batch editing. I still use it (and it doesn't require a QuickTake Camera present, to use).

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by Euryale - 2009, December 15 - 1:13am

A little more info:

Fortuna Wave's picture
by Fortuna Wave - 2009, December 15 - 12:53am

This one has already available in Legacy Recovery CD, Apple Applications Recovery & Companion Tech Info Library.

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by IIGS_User - 2009, December 14 - 5:52pm

The first camera produced by Apple, produced in different versions between 1994 and 1997 Smile