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Interesting subject. Not only for me but it has many views on this forum; I'll add my 2 cents. There is a chance of some harm on negligent conditions. I am not saying permanent blindndess. And thoose negligent conditions can be precisly using a powerfull flash in close range. I am not an expert. And reading the answers on this posts, and the references ...


Gosh, the Daily Mail just posted an article blaming an infant's blindness on a camera flash. They quote unnamed "experts": "The strong flash has damaged cells on the macula, which is the part of the eye where incoming light rays are focused. Damage to the macula can lead to the loss of central vision, which allows people to see straight ahead. The ...

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