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Old camera?? I have a older camera how do I find out more about it? you don't have it here

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  • Donisha May 01, 2008

    It is a mitsuba TC-8000.

  • Anonymous Jul 25, 2008

    canon eos 500n slr camera

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Google in mitsuba TC-8000. It would be a great start to find FYI on your camera

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Your best approach may be to join the Minolta enthusiasts group on Yahoo! Groups, available at:
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