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From: "William M Roberts" <>
Subject: Re: Re[2]: [TMG] OT- 'mobile scanning'
Date: Sun, 5 Dec 2004 09:17:08 -0500
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Linda

Try using a camera without a flash. This should reduce the amount of glare.

Myrnice

"Linda Hayball" wrote on Sunday, December 05, 2004 9:14 AM
Subject: Re: Re[2]: [TMG] OT- 'mobile scanning'


> Thanks everyone for your replies. It does not sound as though there is a
> suitable scanner, which is a shame, so I will have to practice more with
> the
> camera.
>
> Ken,
>>snip < A friend has one on which you can remove
> the central shaft and insert it upside down so that the camera hangs down
> between the legs of the tripod. > snip
>
> That sounds useful, I will keep a look out for one like it. Any idea on
> the
> make?
>
> Phil,
> the lampshade trick could be useful for taking pictures at home - ( not
> sure
> I fancy carrying one around with me!), but the shade itself could act as a
> tripod.
>
> Janis,
> The light box sounds good, but depends on how difficult it would be to rig
> up - I am pretty useless at DIY!
>
> Linda
> Poole, Dorset
>
>
>
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