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Old Dec 20, 2011, 12:17 PM   #1
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This is just a test of my brand new toy.

Very bad lighting with a halogenous reading lamp.

The little aphid is sitting o a sheet of green paper.

The picture is about 8mm from the left to the right side.

No crop, just scaled-down, a little bit colour correction and sharpening.

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And the new toy is.....?
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The old manual Nikkor 20mm f/3.5 with the Nikon retroadapter BR-2A
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Wow, good close up of a tiny bug!
Enjoy your new toy over the holidays Stefan.
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Am sure glad aphids are not Really that size....
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That's ok, Lisa, they're vegetarians.

Nice shot StefanS
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