What Kind Of Digital Camera Would Be Good For Coin Photography ? | All About Money Online

If you’re looking for a simple ‘point & shoot’ type compact camera, then make sure you get one with a ‘macro’ mode – it will allow you to get a much closer shot and capture the details you want for recording a collection.
If you are wanting to purchase a more complex DSLR system (or have one already) you’ll need to get a macro lens for it. The longer the focal length of a macro, the greater the working distance between the end of the lens and the object your trying to photograph, eg a 105mm macro will have greater work distance than a 60mm macro. This may be important if you are trying to light the subject with ‘off camera’ lights as it means you’ve got more space to work.

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