Our book scanning cradle for smartphones and DSLR cameras was just updated to the Mark V version. Besides some minor changes, the most important thing is that the top Plexiglas part and the camera arms now have sets of corresponding holes/fixtures that make the whole structure absolutely stable.
First, this saves a lot of time during post-processing, as the camera wouldn’t shift a bit from page to page.
And while taking the top part away to turn pages, there’s no chance now to end up in a rapid disassembly phase of the Plexiglas top part and the camera arms (see the photos 3 and 4).
Here is an example of the scanned page in the last photo (without any editing, shot with Samsung Galaxy S9):
If you have the earlier version of our Plexiglas book scanning cradle, we can send you drilling templates so that you can update your setup on your own.
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