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    I know some of you use light tents/cubes/boxes or whatever they're called when you take photos and I wondered if there are any you'd recommend. I've seen some very swish ones (about £300) but to be honest I'm after the cheapest one I can find that still produces good photos.

    Ta in advance
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    HIya, i got mine from ebay, about £15 in total I think.Il have a look for the seller.

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    Last edited by Seahorse; 30-11-2007, 12:20 PM.
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      Ta for that, looks like the sort of thing I'm after Did you use it for the pics on your website?
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      • #4
        For half of them.They looked really good when I first saw them on a computer but not really much of an improvement on the site.I think its more to do with the camera, its my pals,I appreciate him helping me out but even he says its an old camera.
        I need to get my own and work out how to add them to the interweb.
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          Maplins have one on sale £9.99
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          • #6
            Mine cost about a tenner to when you include P&p on ebay...there's loads of variations on there too...I bought one option that cost me £30 but included 2 mini lights for it too...I wouldn't be without mine...especially in the Winter!
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