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Old 03-05-2012, 05:41 AM   #15
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Location: Italy
Device: iLiad, PRS-650, Jetbook Color
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Originally Posted by andyh2000 View Post
And comics do look good in colour don't they? Photos don't seem to do it justice, even under strong light.
Andrew
True. It is very difficoult take a photo expecially with a lucid white chassis.

I did a photo in similar condition but I tried to avoid the chassis reflection and other noises:
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(photo in oblique sunlight):
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(photo in oblique sunlight but brightness not influenced by chassis):
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(frontal light: I tried to avoid reflection)
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The best in my experience is to have the light on my side when I am reading.
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