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In article<20d60115-fed8-4db7-9566-92a3bd800d9c@googlegroups.com>,
RichA<rander3128@gmail.com> wrote:

> I lost this software in a hard drive crash years ago.  What it did was allow
> a characterization of vignetting of a lens.  I can't find the program now. 

you would have been able to if you backed up.