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    Default Prosumer or PnS cam for macro?

    Hi all..

    can anyone recommend me a prosumer or PnS cam that is good in macro photography?

    I intend to take product photography e.g brooch, pen, food so a considerable cam is needed. not intending to purchase DSLR yet....just yet.

    TIA all...

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    Default Re: Prosumer or PnS cam for macro?

    Almost all the prosumers are good in this regard, from the Sony H3/7/9 to the Canon G7/9 and the Nikon/Fuji counterparts.
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    Default Re: Prosumer or PnS cam for macro?

    Unless you plan to take your shots in natural lighting, consider a P&N which allows you to mount an external flash so that you can control your lighting a bit more.

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    Default Re: Prosumer or PnS cam for macro?

    get a tripod and a light tent as well

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    Default Re: Prosumer or PnS cam for macro?

    Quote Originally Posted by ortega View Post
    get a tripod and a light tent as well
    Yerp...i hv both already. trying out various items using my LX2... some turns out OK, others didn't...

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    Quote Originally Posted by eejal View Post
    Hi all..

    can anyone recommend me a prosumer or PnS cam that is good in macro photography?

    I intend to take product photography e.g brooch, pen, food so a considerable cam is needed. not intending to purchase DSLR yet....just yet.

    TIA all...
    most of the prosumers are good.. for this aspect..

    and so are SOME p&s.. like the sony t series is pretty decent, i've seen good macro pictures from there

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