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  1. Thanks for the answer leszekp. I don't know why I only think high speed and not long time exposure. It was the end of the year and and I really needed to take vacations. I noted for the leds. Effectively we’ll work only with visible lights as our objects are more monochromatic surfaces. Did you know if IR lights always give more relief detail regardless of the subject ? or it is just useful when you work with something colored (painting, ink traces) ?
  2. Hi ! I discover RTI 2 years ago, and I tried applying this technique occasionnally in the musuem where I work in France. (sorry in advance for my english) I use the highligt method with the kit and it works great. But for A project of referencing a large bundle of paleolithic graves stones, I would like to build a static dome (diameter 60 cm, 48 lights, capture session automated) I found an electronic school, who will work on the software part for dialog between DSLR and lights. My part involve designing the dome itself as I'll be final user. I already find a lot of solutions at HP or here. But I'm looking for some feedback and have some technical questions and that's why I'm waking up this post to centralize informations and return of experience. Advantage and inconvenient of led or incandescent for lightning ? Solutions tried for adjusting lights power for having the right exposition at different aperture ? a potentiometer ? What thing we must pay attention for? Thanks in advance for your answers. David
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