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Posted by Sylvia_FL on 5/15/05 12:09pm
If the company is requesting a copy of the ID, when I call the borrowers I remind them that they will need to have a copy of their ID for me to send back with the package otherwise their funding may be delayed until the company receives a copy.
If telling them that isn't enough to motivate them to get the copies made, then they obviously don't want the loan too badly.
I have 2 digital cameras, one a Canon EOS10D which is a 6.3 megapixel camera, and a Canon Powershot S50 which is a 5.0 megapixel. Both would be ideal for taking copies of the drivers licenses, but it isn't my place to take them
If you just want a camera for taking pictures of a drivers license then you really do not need to worry about the megapixels. Do a search on the web for digital camera reviews. I would look for one with the compact flash card (CF card)
But, why spend that much money for a digital camera just to take photos of drivers licenses?
As you don't already have a digital camera, treat yourself and go for the Canon Powershot S50, it is a great little camera. I bought both my daughters one each for Christmas and they are both thrilled with them.