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Old Jul 27, 2010, 4:35 PM   #1
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... with the Raynox DCR-250 on the 18-180mm

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I used to use the less powerful Raynox 150 with a Panasonic FZ50 camera. I can only imagine how close you had to be to these subjects to be using the 250!
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I used to use the less powerful Raynox 150 with a Panasonic FZ50 camera. I can only imagine how close you had to be to these subjects to be using the 250!

Not too close, Greg. About 3.5-4 inches. As long as I could get it reasonably focused with moving in & out, the camera did the rest when I did the half-press. To be sure, I had the camera pretty well immobile once I had the range
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