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    Justin Goode

    I'm in your same boat--just started using the software and scanned a shoe!  a turntable does work.  I use an automated one one called the Syrp Genie Mini which is made for time-lapse photography on a tripod but it works great for scanning!  There is another one out there specifically for turntable photography but I forget the name of it.  

    So like I mentioned a turntable definitely works.  I have some issues of bumpiness in my model that I'm trying to figure out but you can see in the results below that it def works.  

    Here are my results so far

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    Madeira3d

    Hi Justin,

    I saw some examples were users used some turntable and it worked so I assume it´s because the center of rotation is not moving, when compared to rotate the shoe manually. This is my guess but I would like some more experience user or support to confirm this if possible.

    I have a new Canon M50, I don´t know if it´s a big deal but that camera profile isn't in the RC database also.

    I´m still with a demo and playing also with my camera as I´m new to it also, so any other tips/tricks are welcome :-) 

    Thanks

     

     

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    Justin Goode

    Sorry that link I posted above looks dead, check it now.  Turntable scanning definitely should work as that's what I did for the shoe scan.  I had my shoe setup vertically (instead of sitting flat on a surface) so basically the center of rotation was stationary during the scan.  I know it's not a perfect scan but you can see turntable definitely works.  

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