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Old 20-02-07, 22:48
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Sorry I should have said that earlier, it's a Canon A610 but don't go to too much trouble Don, it is only a sort of background project for me, when I saw that other post it set me of wondering if it's possible, some sort of slave flash would probable be a better way to go but is that a red rag to a bull? Lol

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Old 21-02-07, 09:52
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Cheers Mick,

DPR has good pics in their review of the A620 which looks to be similar to A610. Just gives the brain something to think about on long machining jobs on my other projects.

DPR link for pics http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/canona620/

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