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I have this camera, a prima super 90 wide but no manual for it. I would just like to know what the symbols around the lens represent. eg one is a flower. Also is there anywhere I can get a free copy of the manual?

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Your best shot would be (www.manualsonline.com)
Hoped this helped and if i didn't have the manual then tell me because i know what the Symbols mean

Posted on Mar 18, 2011

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