Ken Wrote:A GL1 or GL2 wou

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A GL1 or GL2 would work fine. I use a Panasonic DVC30, which is somewhat like a GL2.
The important thing to remember is to put enought light on the model so you can get decent depth-of-field. It would probably be a good idea to use sunlight. And using flat, not glossy, paint on the models should look more realistic. If you still have a problem with things looking too shiney, Krylon makes a dulling spray, which some of the larger photo supply stores sell.

Ken Hull

Do you have any samples of your stuff? Just interested in knowing what a camera like these can do.

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