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Removing Image Authentication System possible?

Can the Image Authentication System be removed from a camera once it is loaded into the camera?

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Re: Removing Image Authentication System possible?

No. For security reasons, cameras must be sent to Epson America Inc. for the Image Authentication System program to be removed from a camera.

Posted on Sep 13, 2005

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