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jhall
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Re: Camera Capture Button - Camera control not selected

That is the issue though.  You have to stream.  You cannot do it with .Photo.

Super User
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Re: Camera Capture Button - Camera control not selected

@jhall  Right...for .Photo, you are assuming someone presses the control to take a photo and capture it.  So, Camera will have a photo in the buffer to use.

If you use .Stream, you can grab a photo at any point you want.

 

So, I apologize that I am not seeing the issue here.  

Seems that if you want the user to tap the camera for a photo, then they will defintiely be selecting it.  If you want to take a photo without selecting/clicking the control, then you use the stream.  Either way gives you the photo.

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jhall
Level 8

Re: Camera Capture Button - Camera control not selected

Well, the main issue from the PowerApps team's perspective should be that no error is thrown and the DOCUMENTED setup does not work except in the exact manner described (clicking the photo).

 

I am unclear on the ramifications for .Stream vs. .Photo for size/transfer as I did not test yet but will tomorrow.

BrianHFASPS
Level 8

Re: Camera Capture Button - Camera control not selected

If you want talk about photo size be sure to check out my other thread. https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/General-Discussion/Camera-resolution-defined-by-control-size-Yes... It is device dependent and in some cases control size dependent. 

nhjelmberg
Level: Powered On

Re: Camera Capture Button - Camera control not selected

I solved the issue with Select().

 

Camera OnSelect property: false

 

Button OnSelect property: Select(Camera);;ClearCollect(Collection1; Camera.Photo);;UpdateContext({PhotoDateTime: Now()})

 

When the user clicks the button, the Camera control is selected and a photo taken.

 

Update: It seems like the user still has to click the Camera control before clicking the button so Select() didn't help either I'm afraid.

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