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Thread: Scanning negatives using digital camera

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    Streetshooter.

    Black PVC pipe is very cheap. You should be able to find the right size for the job. That should make your setup look more "professional" than the pepsi cup.

    Good job!
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    Interesting. Your results are definitely better than mine.

    Yes, the xray box uses a cheapo ring 32W fluorescent light. Not sure what a photographic light box uses.

    Wonder why you chose a teleconverter and 200mm focal length? Less barrel distortion?

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    Originally posted by StreetShooter

    Wonder why you chose a teleconverter and 200mm focal length? Less barrel distortion?
    teleconverter ? .. I did not use any teleconverter .. I use a Canon closeup lens 250D (my dc no macro mode and need it to take macro) and use focal length from 200mm to 370mm to give bigger magnification ...

    as for barrel distortion , it is visible at all corners ... tt y I take the shot of the slides with some space / allowance ..
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    Oh, sorry, I thought the 250D was a teleconverter. Not familiar with the stuff.

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