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Old Mar 23, 2011, 10:55 AM   #1
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hello everybody...here is my macro photos...i use fuji s9600, and front glass from my grandpa's old binoculars like close up filter...i shot without tripod

3-4mm size flower


small wasp or bee...i don't know what is it


same wasp or bee, but closer


fly


another fly


sorry for my bad english
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Old Mar 23, 2011, 4:18 PM   #2
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Unique93 - your English may be bad but your shots are excellent!! Nice detail and very pretty images. How did you attach the binocular lens to you camera? Same thread size?
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Very creative use of the binocular glass, did you make a lens mount for it?

1st flower and 4th fly are my fav shots here, really no tripod?
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Well done with the closeups and your invention.
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Old Mar 23, 2011, 6:00 PM   #5
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Unique93 - your English may be bad but your shots are excellent!! Nice detail and very pretty images. How did you attach the binocular lens to you camera? Same thread size?
thanks

here is the method its very cheap method



i found spray can cap, and i puncture hole throw it, and put glass
and i lean this on lens, and that's it i hope you understand what i do


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1st flower and 4th fly are my fav shots here, really no tripod?

thanks no tripod


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Those came out great looking!!
There have been times when I use my binoculars that I wish it could take pictures.
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Old Mar 24, 2011, 7:09 AM   #7
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unique93 - that is very creative and economical way to achieve such great images! Good job!
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Stunning shots, the "fly" shots are my faves. Love your inventive streak, well cool
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