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Is there a way to see the object om my laptop before I shoot the photo

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If your laptop has a video or hdmi input or whatever your camera supports on it's video output then you can, otherwise you may need to get a pcmcia adapter for your laptop that will allow you to view what the camera sees before you take a photo. Happy snapping.

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