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Old Mar 6, 2011, 6:44 AM   #1
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Default Just Some Pics with FZ50

Actualy taken 2 years ago with my FZ50
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Dragon Fly



Bokeh Test



Splash Splash Splash with FZ35





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Old Mar 11, 2011, 1:24 AM   #2
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Macro Test with Costless Macro Lens US$.0 Made by me lol





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geg-

All very well done with the typical FZ50 sharpness and detail. Welcom to the Forum.

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Geg,

very nice and really sharp shots, well done.

I am a little bit curious about your costless macro lens.

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Old Mar 12, 2011, 8:42 AM   #5
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Thanks Sarah

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Geg,

very nice and really sharp shots, well done.

I am a little bit curious about your costless macro lens.

Cheers,

Stefan
Thanks Stef ... ok here we go








Anpther sample photos with that lens

FZ50 ( With Regular Magnifier Lens )

Limbo Guardian



4.5 mm Ants


FZ35

7 mm Spider



Fly with bubble gums



All taken with Autofocus ( Flash On ) ... that hard using manual focus to the moving object .. steady object with manual focus could be better. You can find all stuff ( Rubbish lens / Rubber Tube ) in your warehouse or garage. Just for fun not for professional macro arts photographics
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Geg,

very impressive.
Thanks a lot for sharing the method in detail.
At the moment I am thinking about a method to connect my FZ40/45 to my stereomikroscope (LOMO MBS 10).

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Old Mar 13, 2011, 6:43 AM   #7
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Geg,

very impressive.
Thanks a lot for sharing the method in detail.
At the moment I am thinking about a method to connect my FZ40/45 to my stereomikroscope (LOMO MBS 10).

Cheers,

Stefan
stereomikroscope ? dude .. that must be with crazy result when you done.. you even can see how beautiful inside the little tiny creature eyes .. but seems you must make steady camera rig by ur self .. adding an external flash as slave .. and wireless shutter remote for the best extreme micro/macro shot

another macro shot with rubbish lens

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Geg,

very impressive!

As I am a biologist, I am interested in macro photography.

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