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    I much prefer the Canon. It's been resident on the bellows exclusively since I bought it, other than one comparison shot...Ray

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    I'm extremely pleased with the T2i. It fixes a couple problems I've had with the Nikon and I won't be going back. The Nikon is now a walking around camera, and the Canon is my permanent coin setup camera.

    Here's the latest of a steel cent with this setup...Ray


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    I think you nailed it Ray! The images look amazing!

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    Know your collection.

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    Looks awesome. What is that 1943-D 1C graded?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesh View Post
    Looks awesome. What is that 1943-D 1C graded?
    Thanks! That one is still raw...Ray

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    Wow - some of the best i have seen! I am a newb coin collector, but an old man! Very nice! Almost sureal...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wovoka View Post
    Wow - some of the best i have seen! I am a newb coin collector, but an old man! Very nice! Almost sureal...
    Thanks very much. I've made a few changes to the setup recently, mostly to enable use of microscope objectives for variety shots. The basic setup remains the same. Ultimately, how you set up the lighting is the key to getting good shots. The camera, lens, stand, etc can all be changed out, but they make only a small difference compared with slight changes in light position, angle, etc.

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    How much did your setup cost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoinZip View Post
    How much did your setup cost?
    Other than camera, around $400...Ray

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    Hey, at least there is one other guy who still checks this forum from time to time. At one point, this was my favorite forum. Nice to see you around here Ray.

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