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Discussion in 'Walther Forum' started by RyanSBHF, Mar 21, 2005.
I only have one at the moment, the 2003 AS P99 in 9mm:
I know the pics aren't great, but the camera is only 3.1 megapixels. I'll need to get a better one soon.
Here's my P99 Titanuim.
PS: Ryan- I don't think it's your camera. My Sony Mavica has only has 2 megapixel resolution. Back off on the zoom, and get closer to the subject.
Here's a real crappy pic of my P99 Military:
Sorry, no bigger pics of my P22. Just my avatar.
I tried it with the last pic and think it turned out better.
I need to figure out how to take better shots.
Here is my P99 QA.
Here's my one and only Walther. A P99c.
Oops... Don't want to forget the little guy. He'll feel neglected.
Ryan (and others), try using the "macro" setting on your camera when taking photos within about 2 feet from the subject. On most cameras it's an icon that looks like a flower. Also, it's best to take photos of dark-colored objects outside in natural light, but not necessarily in direct sunlight. Experiment with and without flash. I've found that a medium blue background photographs well. I use a polyester Nike t-shirt. My camera is a Sony DSC-S75 3.3-megapixel, and I use the 1280 X 960 photo size setting for most of my photos. Some examples can be found in my post entitled "P99 wallpaper". http://www.glocktalk.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=360471
I now officially HATE you! ;f The CLEO here in Savannah won't sign any form 4 for a can. Worse still, he's a good friend of mine!
That is sad You might want to check with some of the local class III dealers, I'm sure they know someone that will.
Can you see my gun ?
Yes, the link works.....
Cool... My Walther P990 sure look nice in the snow. It has some kind of weird markings too.
I've just got this one old Walther, not quite as cool as the others shown here but still a Walther. Model 5 .25 cal
Pic didn't show, will try again