Or bring your own lights, 3200 degrees Kelvin and use an 80A filter on the
camera. This will cost you 2 stops of light so use a tripod.
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From: "Don Cox" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tuesday, February 07, 2006 4:23 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Camera and camera stand to capture LP covers?
> On 07/02/06, Richard L. Hess wrote:
> > What I do now, is use my Nikon D100 with 60mm f/2.8 AF Micro lens and
> > the results have been reasonably good without true copystand
> > conditions. It's much faster and more than adequate. Sorry, don't
> > have one to show you. I've even done it hand-held. By a window would
> > be nice. It gives you about a 2kx2k scan of the album cover. It might
> > not be useful for some applications but that's still 167 dpi.
> Window light or outdoors is safer than using flash. Do not of course use
> fluorescent light - the colour rendering will be all over the place.
> Don Cox
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