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Reply # 19031 24-Aug-2005 08:39
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spazz- you have posted internal evaluation information from the Telecom Intranet. I think you will find this information is for internal use only and not intended as a review for a general public forum.

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Reply # 19039 24-Aug-2005 10:38

phone flashs normaly don't make a diffrence to picture even when in dark if there are any phone flashs that do please tell me.

I found that the sony ericsson k750i has a particulaly bright 2 led flash and was more effective than any other phone i have used. I thought it worked quite well


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Reply # 19046 24-Aug-2005 10:58
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My Clip on Flash for my old Siemens CV65 was awesome.

I like cats... they taste like Chicken

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Reply # 19047 24-Aug-2005 11:08

i was never impressed with the flash when i used it with a Siemens M65. I felt it lacked power

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Reply # 19049 24-Aug-2005 12:11
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The only decent camera flash that I have ever seen on a phone was on that Sony Ericsson 3G handset that johnr had at the Geekzone party. If other handset manufacturers start to implement flashes like that, then we'll all be one step closer to throwing away our standalone digital cameras.

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