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Old Apr 4, 2005, 6:50 PM   #1
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Old Apr 4, 2005, 6:57 PM   #5
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Cool shots Nick. #4 looks like mine in AM:?
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Old Apr 4, 2005, 7:01 PM   #6
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Cool shots Nick. #4 looks like mine in AM:?
:lol: ... you-n-me both, buddy. Thanks, Noons.
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Im8t! Is this a pupil of yours? Why are there two reflections? Is the one closer to the center bouncing off the back of the eyball through the pupil? It seems to be in focus, so it cant be that far away. And the blurry one? Why is it blurry when everything else is in focus? Have you pped your eyeballs?

PS: Upon further investigation, itmust bethe luminus (?) reflector bouncing off itself and the eyball very rapidly. That will throw it out of focus.

I do like the enhanced version of the first.
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Incredible detail on the eye lashes in #1 and 2 skin is smooth too, all from 2.1 m/p
#4 cool PP

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Im8t!* Is this a pupil of yours?* Why are there two reflections?* Is the one closer to the center bouncing off the back of the eyball through the pupil? It seems to be in focus, so it cant be that far away.* And the blurry one?* Why is it blurry when everything else is in focus?** Have you pped your eyeballs?
Hey Fred, there's two reflections because I held the slave flash (diffused and throttled way down...)... so ones from the on-board, the other's from the slave. The on-board cast a shadow by itself. As for the blurriness, that's the dcr 250, dof - I think. These were hand-held, so any movement by me or the subject...

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Incredible detail on the eye lashes in #1 and 2 skin is smooth too, all from 2.1 m/p
#4 cool PP John
Thanks for giving these a look, John. No prob at all with the 2 megapixel fz-1. How much more detail do you really need? Not currently in the market for a cam. New ones are nice though.



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Nick Trop. Those are great shots. I also have the Raynox DCR-250, but have not used it much. I find it too tough to focus handheld since the adapter only works at one precise distance and if you are off by just a couple of mm it's out of focus. Did you use a tripod for these images? I want to get the camera stand from Raynox, but after spending close to $1000 on my FZ20 with all its gear, I am holding back for now.

How do you manage to get the exact distance for the DCR-250?
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