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Old Aug 14, 2005, 6:05 PM   #1
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Old Aug 14, 2005, 6:06 PM   #3
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good shots, for some reason i get better macro shots out of my old G3 than out of the rebel:roll:
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Great work bmullen especially the bee. Its sharp and the black is very nicely exposed.

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aladyforty wrote:
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good shots, for some reason i get better macro shots out of my old G3 than out of the rebel:roll:
It's the lens not the camera... :lol:

I don't use the 28-300, but I do own and use the Tamron 28-105, which has decent macro capabilities. The Sigma 300 Macro is a WINNER, basically designed for Macro

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