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All I have are three photos of slightly varying focal point, but I could not manage to get a side view of the legs at any point.
I've just found images of a very similar fly - I suspect it's the same species, only a bit smaller, and has slight variations, plus maybe pollen on the thoracic dorsum and/or more tricky extreme lighting conditions anyway. In this case, I have lots of legs views.
I just hope this helps.
I think I can make out some of the short golden hairs on the thorax of a Pollenia sp. (Calliphoridae).
I see I have a note that Calliphoridae are a microscope job.
On reflection, I think it was a moment of madness to try and identify this. I can't even be sure that the above 2 sets are the same species anyway.