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Old 13th of October 2001 (Sat)   #1
SteveStephens
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Default D30 and Kia Power Show

Hi all

I just got a D30 this week and I'm doing some testing on it , and I can't seem to get it to do a slide show in the RAW files. Any ideas? I did some shots on a senior yesterday and the images look great but just no luck in getting it to a slide presentation. Thanks for your time

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Old 21st of October 2001 (Sun)   #2
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Thanks Away, But I got it...... Steve S.
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