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Old Apr 18, 2005, 4:26 PM   #7
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Think about lighting way before you think of another camera: shadows, uneven lighting, and glare won't change with a different camera.

Squaring the coffe grinder(?) in the frame would help a bit, and very small amount of perspective correction might improve it very slightly. Rotating the image with software will deal with squaring it, and the perspective correction can be done in software, but it is simpler to keep the sensor (back of the camera) parallel to the surface when shooting will deal with the perspective issue.
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