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Subject: Re: Slightly OT: Argus "C3" & Flash
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On Oct 29, 2017, John Turco wrote
(in article <ot5mts$ip0$>):

> <Note: This may not be the most appropriate Usenet photography
> newsgroup, to post my question...however, it's the most active one, by far.>
> I have an old Argus "C3" 35mm film camera. Is there any way that I could
> use an electronic flash unit, with it?
> Thanks, in advance!
> John

The short answer is no. From the days of using my father’s C3, on the side 
there is a twin socket connection for a C-cell powered flash bulb unit. I 
believe that was included in the original kit, and might be available on 
eBay. Then you need to hunt down the flash bulbs.