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Old Oct 1, 2011, 9:57 PM   #11
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Thank you square one, Gordy, jj, Bob! It was a slightly hazy day so light was good, which helped a lot. I find that this combination (FZ35+LC55) to be a very consistent and reliable setup. It may not be as good at M4/3 or DSLR but very consistent and easy to achieve satisfactory results.
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Just beautiful. Love #5, the bee looks like its on a mission.
#7 is simply stunning, I can't stop looking at it.
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Just beautiful. Love #5, the bee looks like its on a mission.
#7 is simply stunning, I can't stop looking at it.
Thanks banksy, really appreciate it!!
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Wonderful shots saly- very impressive..!
By the way... what is an LC-55? Is it some kind of macro lens..?
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Thanks Simon - Panasonic LC-55 is a diopter which you screw into the outer barrel of the FZ35 lens. You need the Panasonic LA3 adapter, though. It's not quite a macro, but I think it's a very good quality glass and pretty inexpensive now. When I want to get really close, I snap on the Raynox 250 on top of the LC-55.
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