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Old Mar 4, 2005, 7:41 PM   #111
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Hi KK,

Good job I only work in Biggleswade, but then again I could be from Wigglesworth!!

Wigglesworth from wigglesworth living at wigglesworth Hall, and yes there is a building and village, my name sake!! been there seen it got the photo:lol:

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Old Mar 4, 2005, 8:07 PM   #112
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Mere spitting distance from Giggleswick for a Yarkshire Man ....I believe.

I've been through Wigglesworth many times (........ and kept going! :blah on the way to Malham Cove.

What did you photograph? Not that the Wiver Wibble was it?:lol: It gets particularly wobbly at Cow Bridge!:-)

Cheers and good night, KK.
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Old Mar 5, 2005, 12:15 AM   #113
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Sometimes i ask myself are those two sane? :-):-):-)

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Old Mar 5, 2005, 7:18 AM   #114
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Nope not sane at all:?

Well the lenses have arrived and garbage is the word I would describe them as!

Really bad vignetting/out of focusaround the edges, these shot looks exactly the same as through the EVF, so I would assume it's the quality of the glass, You have to use a tripod with the macro and you need VERY good lighting.

This is just one of the many I tried but very poor! It was worth a try they only cost me about $7+p&p, the exchange rate at the time was $1.9=£1 so not that bad.

These are the 49mm thread and I have used blank filters as the extension tube, maybe less vignetting if I'd gone up to the 52/55mm size?


This waswith notelephoto, middle tele and full tele.
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Old Mar 5, 2005, 7:36 AM   #115
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Medium Telephoto
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Old Mar 5, 2005, 7:38 AM   #116
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Full telephoto, don't know what happened here looks like it's got a soft focus filter on as well:lol:

The moral........don't be tight go get a DCR250!!!!!
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Old Mar 5, 2005, 9:58 AM   #117
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Nevermind Ian...worth a try. I have a 52mm and no vignetting at all even with the Kyocera supplied ext tube attached. Try again and use F8 aperture to create more depth of focus. You did not say which filter was used for which pic

Just got the wife some flowers but the ulterior motive was to take some macro shots:-):-)

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They were all taken with the Macro +10 filter.

Will have a go using F8 but will need more light.

Crafty idea.....got me thinking flowers DCR250....mmmmm may have to goto the florists.

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This was taken using the +4 at f8

All of that blur to each side can only be the quality of the glass or lack of it!!


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and this is the macro at F8 both at full optical zoom. The glass is just rubbish not polished, and cheap but heythe lenses were!!!

I know looks like it's moving, well taken on tripod using the timer delay to fire shutter!

Like I said glass is rubbish.
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