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Whats the best camera for taking ebay pictures?
Posts: 7
Registered: ‎06-01-2012

I need one that can take close ups and be able to see the words clearly. If anyone knows of any, I would apprecate it. Thanks!

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jackscurlock
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Posts: 2,563
Registered: ‎12-25-2010
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in reply to mariogames65

Upon Rita's suggestion I purchased a Canon Sure Shot 130 ISO.

 

I am totally happy with it.

 

I got it here on eBay for about 75/80 USD

 

There is an excellent photo and html discussion board...good place to get good information..

 

Good luck

captjack

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pi_r_square
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Posts: 18,695
Registered: ‎02-25-2003
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in reply to mariogames65

Generally, any digital camera in your price range that has a "macro" lens or "macro" setting will give you good results for close-ups.

 

 



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sheldragon
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Posts: 3,063
Registered: ‎05-28-2003
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in reply to mariogames65

Also, try to avoid using a flash. Use as much diffused or natural light as you can.

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karl*katz
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Posts: 5,679
Registered: ‎08-13-2011
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in reply to mariogames65

For flat items such as CDs DVDs Post Cards books  etc etc often a scanner does a better job than a camera.