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Shutter Broken In response to your question about what model number my camera is, I thought "giro 70" was it. (The picture I see below is exactly it.) Is there another model # somewhere? Where should I look?

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Hi,

ok,Since your camera is same as the pic shown then it must be giro 70.Anyways If you have a bill or a warranty card you can have a look at it for the model no.

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