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    Purchasing Barry's HPX book.
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    The Dvxuser shop only lists the HVX/DVX book. I got my camera outside of America, so it does not come with a copy of the book. How can I purchase the book for the HPX170 then?

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    iakeij


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    The place that sold you the camera should be able to sell you the book too. Or you can buy it directly online. There's a link to it in Barry's footer.

    I have a related question...I already have the HVX book (bought it last year when I got my HVX). Now I just bought an HPX, I'd really like the bits of the book that are relevant to that camera - is there an 'update' or 'upgrade' version of the book that you can buy to just get the HPX bits?!


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    Sorry, no, there's no seperate section of bits, it's all integrated throughout the 284 pages...


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    Ok, thanks Barry.


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    Anyone in Australia know where i could purchase a copy of the HPX Book? - just getting to know a ag hpx 250 and would love some organised insights.

    Thanks.


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    Hi Barry

    I can't see a copy of your hpx 250 book on Amazon or elsewhere, is it still available for purchase? Specifically in Sydney, Australia.


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    At this point in time the HPX Book (for HPX170 & HPX250) is out of print and I'm out of stock. The only option at this point is to find a dealer that still has them in stock (perhaps in the UK through Holdan.co.uk) or to get a used copy.


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