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Post by singapore_xp » Thu, 12 Jan 2006 12:02 am

Good luck finding a camera.. I definitely think it's best that you take the artwork to the shop and do some tests. You should also see if they can display the results on a computer monitor (CRT), as the LCD on the camera will often display the colours slightly incorrectly.

For my 10 cents worth, I recently purchased a Canon IXUS 750 digital camera, and I couldn't be happier! Colour reproduction is great, low light performance excellent, video quality is amazing for a digital camera, and the macros are great. The only thing I miss (from my old Powershot G2) is the ability to manually change the shutter speed (beyond standard ISO).

I've had a Sony before and I wasn't happy with it. Overally, I felt that although the lenses on Sony cameras are great, the actual image reproduction is below par.

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Post by jokerknight » Thu, 12 Jan 2006 11:37 am

blue twinkle wrote:thanks for all your helpful tips. i will look into those mentioned. i have to take a painting down to the camera shops with me as i notice that even though the colour may be quite accurate when taking a photo of someone, when it comes to a piece of artwork, the colours tend to be different.
Well if you really need it i can borrow you mine and you and go take a few shots to compare. :)

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