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Olympus E10 pins bent on compact flash slot

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So what you are saying is that even if I have a few broken pins in the compact flash slot I can switch to Smart Media and the camera would work fine since the two operate independantly. Is that correct?

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That is correct. The camera should default and detect that a smartmedia card is now inserted to the camera and write the images to that card. As I stated earlier, the cards are independent of each other.

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