Technical photographer needed
tonysu at su-networking.com
Sat Dec 13 17:17:51 PST 2014
Use a non-phone.
I've noticed the soon-to-be-extinct digital camera (not part of a
phone) can be pretty cheap.
Maybe do a search on "Canon" digital cameras.
Anything in the 4megapixel range is probably more than good enough for
something that size.
If it has zoom, so much the better.
I assumed you've tried to follow the PCB traces to see what is connected.
On Thu, Dec 11, 2014 at 5:27 PM, Spacefalcon the Outlaw
<falcon at ivan.harhan.org> wrote:
> Tracy Reed <treed at ultraviolet.org> wrote:
>> If you haven't already, find a friend with a modern iPhone or Android phone.
>> The cameras on these things are amazingly good. I've taken pictures of small
>> things with no problems.
> Morally impermissible. Instead I need to find someone who will take
> my money to snap the necessary pictures with a standalone camera that
> is NOT part of an iPhone or an Android or any other similar immoral
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