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Uh um, what picture?
 

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Can't make anything out without a focused picture?
 

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I'll try to get a better pic. I may have to try a different camera.

I tried for about 30 mins to get a pic that would show the area clearly. Sadly this pic is the best I could get.
 

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Missouri Mule said:
No tripod and what is macro mode?
I'm open to ideas....
Is the camera auto-focus? If so, the waves it uses to detect the distance to the object are missing the object and boucing off the background. Try disabling the auto-focus to manually focus the camera.
 

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Just take the picture from further back, I think clarity will let the crack show better than it being out of focus. try to take the picture outdoors in plenty of natural light, hopefully without shadows and see if that works.

We may not be able to help you with the cracked frame, but we'll have you freelancing for Time-Life in short order.
 

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photo shoot

Could try a dark colored towel for the back ground, rolled up so that is at the same height as the top of the frame. Stack some books up to hold the camera on to take the shoot.
 

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You could boogie on down to the nearest autoparts store or auto machine shop and purchase a two can set of aluminum crack finder. You clean the area, spray on a dye, wipe area down again then spray on a catalyzer. If a crack is present it will show up by the colored line which is the dye/catalyzer compound.
 

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pascalp:

That's a wild looking HAMMER, you have.
Mind me asking what brand it is?

Can't say I've ever seen that one.

Thanks,
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That hammer came on my last Wilson CQB compact... but haven't seen it as a listed Wilson item - anyone know where to get them?
 

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happy new year.

you're right Critter, it's belong to my STI Trojan.

It was just an example of "macro" pic done with a scan, i hope never see a crack there.
 
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