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Old Jul 21, 2010, 4:51 PM   #1
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Default Rain of flowers with Hs10 and Raynox DCR 250



Hi, this is some fun for the eyes !
I hope you will like this serie

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Old Jul 21, 2010, 6:39 PM   #2
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VERY well done!! What a great combination the HS-10 & DCR-250 are!
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Awesome! Almost looks like science fiction.
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These are real alien world shots.
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Fantastic!
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Fab macros, DI4F. Just ordered the DCR 250 and will be over the moon if I can get anywhere near yours and Gary's standard.
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Hi,

In European market, Raynox make a kit the "CM2000". In this kit we have the Raynox DCR 250 and Raynox DCR 150. The DCR 150 is most easy to use for newbies and when it's windy. I recommand it for beginner. Focalize with the DCR 250 is sometimes difficult.

I have this kit since my Fuji S5000 and with this "point and shoot" make a neat photo with raynox was very difficult... at the beginning.

But with practice and patience everybody can make wonderfull snapshot.
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