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 What would you use a document camera for?

Answer Copying large documents. Document cameras are designed to make very sharp, undistorted images of flat objects from close up.
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I have an 1896 Kodak box camera and would appreciate knowing what the value of that camera would be today?

Hi, I know a guy who could give you a price value on your camera, he is also always in the market for antique & vintage camera's. He is very honest in his price quiot's, give him try. Herry Poster... Read More »
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What digital camera has in camera automatic red eye detection and in camera red eye correction - would the Nikon S4000 or Panasonice Lumix FH 20 do this I hate fixing red eye after uploading pics?

Most DSLR's include a "Sports" shutter speed function. That's what i use so my images arern't blurry. Hope this helps!
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I'm looking to buy a camera. I would like to know which camera would people recommend buying?

The Canon PowerShot A550 Digital Camera is a nice very inexpensive camera, If you want it I saw it at Ritz Camera, they also got some promos at http://www.prioritycodes.com/Electronics… for a dis... Read More »
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What is a document camera?

A document camera is a piece of a equipment used to present visual materials to an audience. The document camera is a modern version of what was known in the past as an overhead projector.DesignA d... Read More »
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