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Can anyone recommend a digital camera?
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Hi All,

I just got some birthday $$, and I'm now shopping for a good digital camera to take nice close-up pix of my jewelry, as well as the usual family pix. Can anyone tell me if you have such a camera, for around $300? Until now, I've gotten so-so pix with my kids' digital cams. I had to have my sister photograph my latest ring for DT posts. Her camera is too pricey and bulky for me. What I'm hoping to find is a smallish one, good for travel as well as these incredible close-ups everyone posts...

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Re: Can anyone recommend a digital camera?
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Hi Jill,
We use a Nikon Coolpix 995. It's not the easiest camera in the world to use but takes pretty nice pictures.


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Re: Can anyone recommend a digital camera?
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I got a Kodak EasyShare 5 megapixel camera with a 10x zoom. It's easy to use and was around $300. It makes great pictures, although I haven't figured out how to take great ring/diamond pictures yet.


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Jill 67 the more MP will allow you to print larger size pictures with finer detail. 5 MP is a good start. I myself have a canon S2IS and I love it. Pandora with a 10x zoom you could try backing off about 7 or 8 feet and zooming in. Then blow it up on the computer. You may need a tripod to keep the camera steady though.

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Re: Can anyone recommend a digital camera?
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Thanks for the great tips!! I'll definately try that out!!


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Re: Can anyone recommend a digital camera?
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I have a canon A610, and it is under $300, great pictures, but as pandora pointed out, I too have yet to figure out how to take good pictures of diamonds...

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I've got a 5 megapixel camera....and i've been happy with it for nearly 2 years now. It's a D'Image G600 and works great. I don't know that the software that comes with it is ideal, but it was a gift. So I am not complaining. It's got lots of functions (movie, sound) and you can mess with the shutter speed and aperture - not to the same extent as with an SLR, but more than a regular digital. Of course, messing with those functions is a bit fiddly. My next camera has to be a digital SLR.

I use the macro function to get close shots of things. I find using macro and zoom together is a mistake though.....I set it to macro and just take the camera really close to the object. I also turn the flash off as the camera tends to be far too close with the macro function on.

Ok, sometimes I use the flash in very low light with good results, but it does tend to change the colour of the fungus. Yes, I photograph lots of fungus, and orchids, not quite diamonds. But I would imagine the principles of photographing something that is very small are similar?

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Re: Can anyone recommend a digital camera?
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I meant to say, DiMage is from Konica Minolta and I think they currently run about $400 US.

And it's 6mpx, not 5.

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Re: Can anyone recommend a digital camera?
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Hi RubyMu.
With my canon I find I can get good close-ups with just the zoom in auto. In the macro mode the camera is so close to the object it blocks out the light. This is a pic of a red labradorite taken with zoom.

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Oops just noticed this is the diamond photo gallery. I am using the pic as an example.

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Re: Can anyone recommend a digital camera?
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Thanks everyone! DH and I went out and bought a Canon PowerShot SD450, for $300. It is 5 mp, and has a macro function. It gets pretty good shots of my rings, but I have to steady it on a surface or they come out blurry. I may have to use a tripod. It also takes good pix of the family, so I'm happy.

RubyMu, which fungi do you photograph? Sounds interesting. Reminds me of a funny story: One day, a mushroom went into a bar, sat down, and began pouring out his heart to the bartender. He had a hard time getting dates. "I don't know why," he lamented, "I'm a fungi!"

I couldn't resist.

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We have lots of fungi and native orchids on our property. I love to go out walking and snap what I find. There are some bizarre thing at our house - mushrooms that look like they are out of Alice in Wonderland. I am not so good with the fungi identification - I've scampered through a few mycology books, but still find it very hard to make identifications.

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Oh, Jill, congratulations on the camera!

Digital cameras are such fun. I used it the other day when I was pulling apart the printer...just to be sure that all the screws went back in the right place. Very useful too.

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Those Alice-in-Wonderland mushrooms sound so neat! Do you have a website that shows your pix?

Good idea to document your printer parts. I'll have to mention that to my dh.

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Yeah, the digital is great for 'documenting' things. I take a picture of the guide board at the start of a bushwalk so we don't get lost.

Well, I was thinking about putting the fungus on the web, but I figured that most people (besides me of course) are not really that interested in fungus!

I don't have that many here at work, but here is my favourite of the ones that are here...pretty cool hey.

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Re: Can anyone recommend a digital camera?
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Those are neat! Isn't God's creation amazing? (esp precious gems, LOL!)

I used my new camera (Canon PowerShot SD450 aka "Tiny-Mighty") to take these pix last night, under my pink and white dogwood trees, around 5pm. I find that's the best lighting ever. What do y'all think?


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Hmmm... I'm not really happy with the way these look here on diamondtalk. I had to crop, resize, and resize them again to get the DT site to accept them. They look much crisper on my own pc, before being modified. Oh well. I'm still happy with my new little camera. Maybe I'll learn how to post them better over time...

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They look great! You can really see the details on your ring!~Ronda

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Jill,

Those pictures look great! You can see heaps of detail...and they aren't fuzzy or anything. I say you've done an excellent job!

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Thanks, gals, I guess they came out pretty well after all. They're just so big. I can't figure out how to make them smaller, like about 1/2 to 2/3 the sizes they are.

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There is a free program called Ifranview that you can download from http://www.irfanview.com/

It is a viewer, and it allows you to resize pictures with a click of a button.

The software that came with your camera should also do that kind of thing too.

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It is a viewer, and it allows you to resize pictures with a click of a button.

The software that came with your camera should also do that kind of thing too.

Yes, I love Irfanview for the little things, it works great.


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Thanks for the link. I'll have to check it out if I can't figure out how to make my own software work. Here are some outside hand shots I got tonight, around 5pm. The first 4 were taken in the shade, and the last in full sun.

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Some of those are very very good Jill..looks like you are getting the hang of your camera!

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