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    I'm using a program for work that automatically pops up when a photo needs to be taken, however the front camera is activated. How can I turn off the front camera or make the rear camera the camera of choice when using software? Or rather set the rear camera to activate on default? I have a surface pro 4
    04-28-2016 11:17 AM
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    I'm using a program for work that automatically pops up when a photo needs to be taken, however the front camera is activated. How can I turn off the front camera or make the rear camera the camera of choice when using software? Or rather set the rear camera to activate on default? I have a surface pro 4
    what program is that?

    Also, when you launch camera app, which camera comes on first? If you change that to rear in the camera app, does that make a difference in your program?

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    05-05-2016 08:20 AM

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