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Old May 5, 2005, 10:26 PM   #1
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Somethings I've been workin on...

I borrowed a friend's really nice Konica 6mp camera and got some nice shots(though, the ones of the belt were blury again...) of recent projects.

Here's an ammo carrier I made for a .44 cal revolver... designed to keep the bullets mostly clean when carrying them(rather then on open loops) :

I made this a while ago(about 2-3 months) for my Old Timer knife, its a bit dinged up from wearing it but it works fine still.

I just wish the belt pic turned out.. and the other one of the ammo carrier.
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Old May 6, 2005, 09:47 PM   #2
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I suspect the problem with the third bullet holder picture is simply that you were too close for the camera to focus. That picture is 1200 x 900 pixels, which is just over 1MP. I suggest you set the camera to its highest resolution (probably 3008 x 2000) and take the picture from further away, then crop out the center of the picture.

That's what I did here
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