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    What type of camera's do you guys have some of the pics I see are really nice and high quailty..Please post some reccomendations Thanks God Bless
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    Even an average camera can take really great pictures. The biggest factor in getting decent pics for me is getting proper lighting. A lot of us use light tents for this reason. There is a sticky in the "Pictures" section that explains how to make one and they make all the difference.

    I use a cheap Sanyo VPC-E2100. It was only about $150 from Wal-Mart and it does a great job if I do my part.

    Here is a pic I took with mine the other day that came out pretty decent. No photoshopping or anything like that. Just a light tent and a steady hand.

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    Nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! what is that...

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    the snake.
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    I use a Canon EOS Rebel T3. It is awsome and is on the cheaper end of the scale for Photography-esque cameras. (I'm not sure if mine would be considered a DSL or what...) It was about $500 something.
    Here is a photo I took the other day with it.


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    Re: Camera's

    Quote Originally Posted by glk832 View Post
    Nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! what is that...

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    the snake.
    Just a normal ball python.

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    KTyne, I saw that series you post the other day. Those photos came out really nice.

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    Thanks a lot me and my boy was laughing and joking a lot through out the vid next one will be more focus LOL.. thats a nice normal hope its a female.
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    I just use an old GE something ... I dont even know what it is exactly just that it was $99. I bought a photo tent on Amazon for around 50 shipped. It works ok for getting the lighting right and then you can adjust the settings on the camera to improve it. I dont touch any of my photos either and I would like to get a better camera but cant bring myself to spend a whole lot. Heres a couple pics I took from my outdated camera that I think turned out ok:

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    I have an Olympus. Don't remember the model, but I got it a year or two ago. It was an upgrade from a basic point and shoot, as there are tons of settings I can tweak. I think the light tent makes a huge difference in photos. Probably more so than the camera itself. I really need to make one.

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    I don't know photography very well, so I use a light tent with photography lights and a pretty plain camera. My camera is a Sony Cyber-shot 8.1 mega pixel camera. I think it may be time to upgrade that.

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    Re: Camera's

    Quote Originally Posted by DrDooLittle View Post
    I have an Olympus. Don't remember the model, but I got it a year or two ago. It was an upgrade from a basic point and shoot, as there are tons of settings I can tweak. I think the light tent makes a huge difference in photos. Probably more so than the camera itself. I really need to make one.

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