2012 Hawaii quarter die crack?

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Re: 2012 Hawaii quarter die crack?

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Coin Mule wrote: Sun Feb 14, 2021 10:27 am Hi Markka, looks like machine doubling with either a weak strike or "struck through" grease. I am wondering about your photos, they are not very clear when blown up, what was your process, did you take a photo from a computer screen?
Coin looks like a double error, but I can’t get focused photos
My hands are not steady. I need to get an iPhone (11) table stand.

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What’s a best equipment for taking coin photos?

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Hello coinaholic friends.
My hands are not steady. Other words I have annoying shaky hands. My photos are awful.
I need something to take photos remotely with an iPhone stand for closeups.
Any recommendations? Thank you.

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Re: 2012 Hawaii quarter die crack?

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Hey M, I am using a combination of either an ANACS shipping box and or a Selfie ring box, I just set the phone on them, have it overhang, and click away.

I'm not really referring to blurryness but more like pixilation, may you need to turn the resolution up on your phone, I use a note ten and it really takes some nice shots, I also have a microscope app, this app is great, it actually allows me to capture the "LIBERTY" across the forehead of Liberty on a Barber Half.

Here is what I mean in your Photo

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