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Control technology I am an advanced skills teacher for engineering at a large secondary school, out theme for the engineering exam this year is cameras and their control technology, i am writing on the off chance that you may have some information on the workings of and control systems of digital camers, any help you could offer would be gratefully recieved, with thanks Mary Rayner

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I think new kodak v 1253 line imprsive control system in it top of the line controlers converters in 12 mp take look into this one and its design

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