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I'm pretty dumb when it comes to these digital cameras and I would appreciate some suggestions on what kind of camera I would need for taking photos of my knife collection & also taking good,…Continue
Dear Friends: I just wanted to mention that I ordered and recieved my first hand made knife from Mark Paluch from Cheny, WA. I ordered my caping knife which has a small 3 3/4" 1095 carbon steel blade built to my specifications. It was patterned from another stamped blade knife which I like but was not satisfied with due to the way it did not hold an edge very well and I also had some other things altered to create what I believe to be a superior blade.
Mark does fine work in my…Continue
I just thought I'd mention that if some of you might be interested in insuring your knife rights or obtaining information on proposed knife legislation you may want to check out the "American Knife & Tool Institute" (AKTI) at www.akti.org
This organization has information and can keep you advised on knife laws. They are supportive of our knife rights and promote educating the public. Donations for membership are welcomed however you can join up as…Continue
I'm trying to get some suggestions on what kind of camera is req'd. to take good, clear close up shots of knives for this website & also for taking shots suitable for advertising on eBay. They recommend a 1000 pixxel camera which seems like an awful lot to me?
Any suggestions for a suitable & hopefully not too expensive camera?
Thanks, Kent Gable