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Subject: Re: Slightly OT: Argus "C3" & Flash
Date: Sun, 29 Oct 2017 19:46:30 -0400
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In article <ot5mts$ip0$1@dont-email.me>, John Turco<jtur@concentric.net> wrote:

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> I have an old Argus "C3" 35mm film camera. Is there any way that I could 
> use an electronic flash unit, with it?

there is, but you need to hack the flash for m sync. whether it's worth
the effort is up to you. 

<http://www.instructables.com/id/Electronic-Flash-M-Sync-Hack/>