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Recommended Cameras

    We LOVE these cameras:
  • Canon PowerShot S5IS
  • Canon PowerShot G9
  • Canon PowerShot G10

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Please Read: How To Build A Photo Booth: Part 3 - Photo booth Camera

Recommended Webcameras

Logitech C920

Logitech C920 webcamera has hardware built-in MP4 video encoding. MP4 and WMV delivers the smallest file size and perfect HD Video quality.

Recommended Sytem Configuration

Recommended Photo Booth Setup: Computer + Touchscreen + Canon Camera + Webcamera + Printer

    Recommended Computer:
  • Windows 10 or Windows 8.1 or Windows 8
  • 6GB RAM and UP
  • Core i5 (or equivalent) and UP
  • 4 USB ports (ideal) 3 USB ports MINIMUM
  • 500 MB of Free disk space and UP
  • Disabled Antivirus (during events)
  • Disabled Automatic Updates in Windows
  • Adobe Photoshop for LOGO creation/editing
    Recommended Touchscreen:
  • ELO Touchscreens
    Recommended Canon camera:
  • Canon PowerShot S5IS
  • Canon PowerShot G9
  • Canon PowerShot G10
  • Canon Compact Power Adapter for Camera (e.g. CA-PS700)
  • External Canon Flash
    Recommended Webcamera:
  • Logitech C920
    Recommended Printer:
  • Shinko CS2

Recommended Printers

    PRINTERS THAT ARE ABLE TO CUT 4x6 IN HALF (print 2 individual photostrips)
  • Shinko CS2, Color Stream (Sinfonia) - best choice
  • Shinko S2145
  • DNP DS-RX1
  • DNP DS40
  • HiTi P510L
  • HiTi P510S
  • Mitsubishi CP-9550DW
  • Mitsubishi CP-D70DW
  • Sony UPDR 200

Recommended Touchscreen

    Recommended Touchscreen:
  • ELO Touchscreens

The ELO touch screen monitors are commercial grade monitors that have been designed to withstand a great deal of abuse.
The deciding factors that led us to use the ELO touch screen monitor had to do with its bare bone open frame option. This gave us a lot of room to play with when we built our photo booth enclosure because the open frame provided the flexibility when it came to monitor mounting options.

DIY Photo Booth

- How To Build A Photo Booth