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    The dog tipped over the camera while it was on his stand!
    I could have killed hem, but it was my fault, shouldn't have left it on his stand ....
    So I have to get my self a other one.
    But the more I see the less I know.
    The one I had was a kodak that costed nearly 500 euro back in the old days.
    Can't recall the details of it, but lets says a simillar one would cost 150 euros now.
    But I was limited in some ways with the old one.Managed to make the pic I wanted, even with a magnifier between the lens and the item that needed to be photographed...
    So what would you guy's advice in order to make clear and easy pictures (without the use of magnifiers !!!).
    I am not a photographer!!Ready to learn but I like it simple!
    BTW Allready had good advice regarding the making of pictures of militaria on thise and other fora!!
    I am looking in a price range of 3 to 500 euro.
    Thanks!
    |<ris
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    All of my photos so far here have been taken with a simple 'point and shoot' Kodak EasyShare C1013.

    I've just picked up a Nikon D3100........

    ........unfortunately I don't have a clue how to use it.......

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    Check out the Nikon Coolpix range.

    Nikon Coolpix P510-MACRO TEST - YouTube

    Best Regards,

    Andy
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    Quote by Adrian View Post
    All...

    I've just picked up a Nikon D3100........

    ........unfortunately I don't have a clue how to use it.......
    I'll swap it for a EKII!
    ;-)
    |<
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    Make it an original 1813 with ribbon and I'll consider it.......

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    I use a Konica-Minolta Z6. It's a model with a few years on it's back but a really good camera. The video quality is bad, but for photo's it's superb. Have both macro and super macro. Good for militaria and relics.

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    What about this? SCANNER CANON CANOSCAN CS5600F, USB

    and scan of Luger P08 and edelweiss

    luger.jpg

    edelweiss.jpg

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    Sestavi.si RA

    price in Slovenija

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    I have a Nikon D3892903902....some model number, I have no idea anymore. But it takes some awesome pics. I usually upload them and crop out the surrounding area to enlarge the item. Works well.

    I'm with you, Adrian, I have absolutely no idea how to do anything on it other than turn the dial to the Macro setting. Don't care to read that much into the manual.

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    Here's a couple of quick shots with the Nikon D3100, no photoshopping other than cropping.
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