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Slide / Negative Copying with Digital Camera
Old 02-07-2017   #1
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Slide / Negative Copying with Digital Camera

Apologies: Didn't know where exactly to put this.

Problem: Proverbial box of slides and negatives. Sending it out would cost a fortune. See that many of the scanner options are now running 2nd place to using a good digital camera to shoot copies with a macro lens.

Question: If you're doing this or have done it, do you have any particular recommended gear? techniques ? etc. Thanks!
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Go to the scanner subforum. Page 2, look for the long thread "constructing the definitive DLSR scanning setup."

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Will do! Thank you!
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