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Does the DiMAGE A1 support any external flash including studio light?

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Yes, it does. It is usable with any external flash using sync cord to sync terminal. (sync voltage: below 400V, correspond to antipolarity)

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What is the biggest size memory card for my Dimage A1 Minolta Camera?

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Sounds like a CCD fault. Many A1 users, including myself, have had this. Allegedly, Sony, who made and fitted the CCD sensors, had a manufacturing "issue" at the time. Many A1s were recalled and others, including mine, have been successfully repaired free of charge by Sony on request. I suggest that you contact your vendor or a local repair shop to discover whether this service is (still?) available in your location. It's well worth the effort as this is a fine camera. Good luck.
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How can I get the firmware for utilizing the telephoto converter / wide-angle converter

The firmware for telephoto converter/ wide-angle converter is included in the attached CD-ROM. Please update it if you have DiMAGE series 7i to A1. Please confirm the firmware version and update it if you have DiMAGE A2 and its version is 1.10. DiMAGE A200 users do not need the firmware updating.
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How can I get the firmware for utilizing the telephoto-converter / wide-converter.

The firmware for telephoto-converter/ wide-converter is included in the attached CD-ROM. Please update it if you have DiMAGE series 7i to A1. Please confirm the firmware version and update it if you have DiMAGE A2 and its version is 1.10. * Tele Converter ACT-100 and Wide Converter ACW-100 will be available at the end of March, 2004.
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Is it possible to control the DiMAGE A1 from the PC? (when the DiMAGE A1 is connected to PC.)

Yes, it is possible to control the camera from PC with "DiMAGE Capture".(sold separately)
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Can the conventional Maxxum/Dynax flash units be used with this camera?

Yes. The following Minolta dedicated external flash units are compatible with the DiMAGE A1 for automatic flash control: Program Flash 3600HS(D), Program Flash 5600HS(D), *Program Flash 2500(D), Macro Twin Flash 2400*, Macro Ring Flash 1200*. * Program Flash 2500(D) will be available around August, 2003. *Macro Flash Controller is necessary
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What are the flash metering modes?

The DiMAGE A1 employs three metering modes; ADI (Advanced Distance Integration) flash metering, Preflash-TTL metering and Manual. The ADI flash metering mode combines distance information from the autofocusing system with information from a pre-flash exposure. On the other hand, in Preflash -TTL metering mode, the exposure is calculated with a pre-flash only. Flash emission control is manually selectable in three levels from 1/1, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16. Pre-flash TTL metering must be used when a diffuser is attached to an external flash or a filter to the lens. Attachment of those accessories may cause error in distance information necessary for ADI (Advanced Distance Integration) metering due to reduced entering light. While manual output control is active, pre-flash will not burst.
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Is the DiMAGE A1 equipped with an AF illuminator?

No, it is not. But the camera can automatically balance the CCD sensitivity to enable autofocus even in low-light condition.
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What are the optical components of the DiMAGE A1?

GT APO optical 7x zoom. Focal length: 7.2 - 50.8 mm (equivalent to 28 - 200 mm in 35 mm format) 16 elements in 13 groups (includes two Anomalous dispersion glass elements and two aspheric elements) Maximum aperture: f/2.8(wide-angle position), f/3.5 (telephoto position)
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What optional accessories are available for the DiMAGE A1?

The followings are available as optional accessories for DiMAGE A1: 1. Battery pack BP-400 2. Digital Utility Bag DUB-100 3. DiMAGE Capture which software can be controlled DiMAGE A1 from PC ( It will be available September ,2003)
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