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    Hey Y'all,

    I looked through the FAQ before posting, but I was wondering if anyone knows of a gun friendly professional photographer in the Pensacola, FL area that can take hi-res pictures of guns for insurance purposes.....

    Thank you in advance...

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    I use a nice sunny day, on my parents property, and an iPhone 5S. :)

    I'd be happy to do it for you if you lived in my area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweersa View Post
    I use a nice sunny day, on my parents property, and an iPhone 5S. :)

    I'd be happy to do it for you if you lived in my area.
    Sweersa nailed it. Make sure you capture the serial numbers for each gun in one of the photos and then just email them to yourself and you have a permanent record.
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    Quality camera and appropriate lighting (to accurately depict condition) is all that is needed!!!

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    Make multiple copies of photos store them at different locations and media.

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    For a fraction of what you would spend on a Pro Photographer you can get a nice pocket camera and have it for other uses.

    Just about any Canon pocket camera takes GREAT close up photos as close as 1 inch. Canon lenses even on their very inexpensive digital cameras (DIGI-ELPH) are known for this. You do want to clearly photograph the S/N's along with any other identifying marks. I like and use Canon for this very reason.

    Check out this website on Canon which sells clearance cameras. They are either new or Canon refurbished. I've bought off this site many times before and have never had a problem. For less than $100 you can't go wrong!

    Clearance Canon PowerShot Digital Cameras | Canon Online Store

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    Just out of curiosity...do you have a separate policy for your firearms or is it just going with your homeowners?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shootermd View Post
    Just out of curiosity...do you have a separate policy for your firearms or is it just going with your homeowners?
    Collectibles Insurance Services (CIS) | Collect Insure

    Your homeowner's policy will either require individual appraisals or be prohibitively expensive. ^^ These folks are neither.

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    Hello Shootermd, I apologize for the log delay in replying. I had to reimage my laptop recently. I do not have a separate rider on my homeowner's policy. Ihad thought about joining the NRA for two reasons. 1) It is important, and 2) They offer insurance coverage

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    I just spent most of yesterday taking photos for my firearms insurance policy. I reccomend Eastern Insurance's "Historic Firearms Insurance" they cover everything but ammo, you can even add NFA trusts. They're much less expensive than CollectInsure, or other options sponsored by NRA.
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