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WCON When I use the WCON-08B with the onboard flash I get a dark semi circle at the bottom of my

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The built-in flash cannot be used with the WCON-08B. The WCON-08B blocks the path of light from the built-in flash. An external flash should be used, for example, the FL-40 sits much higher, therefore the path of light is not blocked by the extension lens.

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