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Old Mar 12, 2005, 8:07 PM   #1
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Hi,

I took these the other week in Melbourne zoo butterfly house. I wish we had a butterfly house here in Sydney.

First with Nikon 6T and the last two with Raynox dcr-250 but backing off the zoom. Again using Sunpak 383 external flash bounced. I have actually just ordered a couple of sto-fen diffusers so I will keep you posted on the results. Comments welcome and appreciated.

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You're really mastering that Raynox macro lens. I think this lens gives unique, stylish results unlike other macro lenses. The second two are my favorites... up close and personal.

Fantastic!
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Cheers Nick,
The butterflies were so tame, I had to stop them from landing on my camera/me!

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