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Where is the battery compartment on konica z-up80 camera

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Under the strap at the grip there are two screws - i assume this is a Z-Up80RC ? Takes a 2CR5 Battery. The non RC model has 'standard' b attery cap at the base, so i assume yours is a RC ?

Posted on Jun 01, 2010

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