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Old Nov 7, 2010, 9:01 PM   #1
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Default epl-1, panny 45-200mm, and canon 500D close up lens

Here are some samples of the 500D and the epl-1 and zoom lens.

First is the watch, second on at f8, third at f5.6, all tripod shots.
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Good macro combo. F8 is sharper but f5.6 does not lag that far behind. It only has a bit less DoF (of course) but the focus point is also very sharp.
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That is quite a nice result.
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Thanks greg and tullio,

The 45-200 is a nice and sharp lens, but it is not great at macro. Which the 40-150 is much better at. But adding the 500D close up lens really improves the panny's close up ability.
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