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Is it possible to use the built-in flash on condition that the wide converter is attached?

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Re: Is it possible to use the built-in flash on condition...

Yes, it is. Please note the following: *1: It is not recommended to use the built-in flash in the macro mode because vignetting appears. *2: When the focusing range (from the front of filter to the subject) is within 36cm, vignetting appears. Test recording is recommended.

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Is the wide converter attachable?


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