Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by BURRO, Sep 13, 2017.
hi found this one it looks to me like doubling any other ideas thanks
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I dare to say, a Die Deterioration strike.
It's a small date. Ok give you that! But not the highly sought after one.
I think so too thanks
Nice pictures. How do you take them?
You stole my thought. How you do that? Lol
As paddyman98 said plus you may also see the same at Lincoln's throat on many of these.
http://www.ebay.ca/itm/1000X-8LED-D...773895?hash=item238ab1f587:g:HCEAAOSwI-BWJhFd this is the one I use......
Your images are really nice. Could you tell us how you are lighting the coin? I think you nailed the white balance.
http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?campid=5335874456&toolid=10001&mpre=http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-5...773895?hash=item238ab1f587:g:HCEAAOSwI-BWJhFd He posted what he uses already
@Tyler Graton , I think @ldhair was more interested in an related lighting equipment @BURRO is using. Most of the example images I've seen using the linked digi-scope have goofy white balance issues unless you either use alternative lighting, or have a good handle on WB correction in post. I'd be interested in knowing if alternative lighting or the LED's on the digi-scope were used.
I use alternative lighting some times it takes a while to get it right .most of the time I use a usb light and move it around until I find the right angle
Sorry. I thought that was what was maybe creating the light.
That scope does a great job. Looks like it has COB lighting, built in. @BURRO Is your USB light COB? Maybe the software is doing a custom white balance with each image. I may buy one of these just to play with.
I am not sure but I use the software called Amcap and it seems to work for me
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