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Hi - is it possible to remove the lens from an Olympus C-7070 camera? I want to try to fit it on to an inverted microscope with a bayonet fitting. Thanks, Paul


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Does canonZR950 have a DV- In ? (Is a DV port always a I/O port)


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A lot, of course, will also depend on your endoscopic camera. I have seen endoscopic cams that would definitely be compatible with your Canon. But I saw a particular JVC endoscopic cam that would not be compatible. What is the model/manufacturer of the endoscopic cam?

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