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Jay2 Aug 16, 2005 7:43 AM

Hi everyone.

I'm trying to source a camera that I can use to take photogrpahs inside architectural models. I thought I might be able to find a simple USB camera with a small depth of field and wide angle. Please could you suggest where I can look for something suitable and affordable. thanks

janlef Aug 16, 2005 1:01 PM

What do you mean with architectural models ?

I know there is an obsolete way of filming by simulate walking through architectural models. I use that at school long ago. 3D modelling and rendering replaced all that in a couple years and I saw that tool meant to travel through models all dusty before I finished.
You need some tiny mpeg4 for sd flash video cam with 2 Mpix digital still features like some panasonic. They are shaped longer than width. They can go in narrow paths better than standard small still digicams like Canon Ixus for instance.


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