Creating additional copies of copyrighted software is illegal and against the policies by which all on these boards have been trying to adhere to! Now if you can prove you own a copy (having purchased a camera with that version of software) then someone with the same version may decide to take a risk and send it to you. I will not take such a risk, but if someone else wants to deal with a polish shark on hotmail - then I would encourage saving detailed email as proof of legitimacy(including a real name and address not just a hotmail account).
I'm assuming you are talking about the firmware from the original blue Dakota camera from Ritz. I don't think you will have much luck getting someone from this BBS to send you a copy. As brite_eye said it is illegal to distribute copyrighted material. You could try and find someone local with a working camera that has the same firmware. If you do, make sure you backup the firmware before you make any changes.
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