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    medalnet
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    A good friend of mine took the pictures below. Something to share. It is a very old 1860th Commander Cross of the Saxe-Weimar White Falcon Order.

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    #14911

    Frank Dutil
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    Pure eye candy! :D Thanks for sharing!

    #14914

    Henk-Willem
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    I agree with Frank, its eye candy. A very nice way of photographing! Thank you for showing.

    #14917

    Neat pics!!! Could you find out ; settings, lens, exposure etc. Thanks ,Alden

    #14955

    medalnet
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    Neat pics!!! Could you find out ; settings, lens, exposure etc. Thanks ,Alden

    Believe it or not, but it’s really just a compact Panasonic Lumix camera about 2 years old. I bought a predecessor and achieve similar results. For just front and back imagery the scanner is still the best. EPSON PHOTO!

    #14959

    Thanks, I’ll give it a try! :D

    #16588

    medalnet
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    Since then I bought a device called "Ölloclip" for my iPhone that makes amazing close ups!

    #16589

    jb floyd
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    I saw the results on Medalnet’s iPhone and they are truly remarkable.

    #16718

    panarion
    Member

    True Craftsmanship.

    Nice photos BTW

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