I don't use either Access or digital cameras so I am perhaps not the best person to reply.
But I don't think this is a camera problem, rather it is an Access coding problem. You would need to program Access to capture a file name, but that file name will be different for each photo/image.
For example if your field in Access is coded to get an image stored on the hard drive named;
"Family-10-23-07", the path would be C:\My Documents\My Photos\Family\Family-10-23-07, (or wherever the image is stored).
So that path and file name is hard-wired into the field. How do you do that to an image where the name could be anything? The path would be easy enough, depending what drive letter is assigned to the camera in My Computer. But as the camera assigns a different name to each image file as the image/photo is taken, how do you code that unknown file name into the field?
I think that's what you need to be searching for, specialized coding for the Access field.
I would like to interface a digital camera with an MS Access database.
I already have this working with a WebCam, but it causes the computer to lock up periodically.
So, I would like to use a digital camera instead to capture the images, but they must come directly into a field in a table in Microsoft Access.
Are there digital cameras that are capable of doing this?