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Can you rent a camera?

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Is it even possible? Are there shops out there that would let you rent a camera? Thanks Read More
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7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
Is it even possible?

Are there shops out there that would let you rent a camera?

Thanks
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7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
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#1
you can certainly rent lenses, so I can't see why not
banned#2
Can you not lend one from a family or friend?
banned#4
whatsThePoint
Have you got a camera i can borrow, i need one for an important pic


I don't own one :oops:
#5
Rent one from Argos..... lol
#6
whatsThePoint
Have you got a camera i can borrow, i need one for an important pic





Ur joking haha! She doesn't even have a mobile!!! X
#7
Lol, ive just set up a business and need to take some good photos. I got a digital camera but having problems with lighting etc.

Dont really want to purchase a camera as the products are going to be the same range and i only need a few pics.

Thanks i will take alook at those links.
banned#8
xbecky07x
Ur joking haha! She doesn't even have a mobile!!! X


I don't :giggle:
banned#9
Pop to your local college who may be running photography courses. Get them to ask a student if they'd like to do a bit of work. Bung them a tenner and they get to put some commercial work in their portfolio and you get something close to professional photos!
#10
DLM;8182354
Can you not lend one from a family or friend?

You lend something to someone or borrow it from; you can't lend something from someone!
#11
rule number one, never borrow anyone else's equipment ie: friend/family, the amount of ppl we had phoning/emailing as they broken the friend/family camera is unbelievable.
Contacting a college or posting an ad in a student forum is a good idea as mentioned above. Alternatively, if you already have a camera, just play around with different lighting, and adjust the camera ie: ISO, EV levels etc. Most cameras do produce excellent photos, even if you have no talent.
#12
Where you located? Maybe some kind soul from here would be prepared to help if they are local to you? :thumbsup:

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