Better Light digital turntable rollout camera system for Mayan vases rollouts.
Ideal for turntable peripheral photographs of the circumference of any round object, especially ethnographic objects such as baskets, headdresses, bracelets, carved stools (anything which is round).
Rollout cameras are well known for their ability to record Greek, Maya, and Nazca vases. This same rollout system can also be used to take seamless panoramas. This system has the BetterLight Pano/WideVue turntable.
All powered by a Macintosh PowerBook 3400c loaded with maximum RAM. In following years we used a G3 PowerBook. Currently we use a 17” Mac Titanium laptop.
If you need a smaller more portable 4x5 for remote field work, the Wisner 4x5 has proven itself to be a rugged expedition camera. Almost all the wooden cameras, however, are inadequate for close-up or product photography because of their lack of zero detents. Also their movements tend to be imprecise. You need a sold camera to do close-up work.
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Most recently updated May 21, 2008.