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Old Oct 20, 2005, 3:04 PM   #11
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Ya know, it just makes my day a bit better when I see thhis kind of work...it's got a lot to do with fact I own the same camera, and it give me something to shoot for. (no pun intended) Very nice...

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Old Oct 20, 2005, 3:09 PM   #12
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Nice pictures, but there's always a way for improvement - #3 should be deleted, because the half of head is cut offf. And I would also prefer lower angle on some of them. But you did a good job :-)

P.S. - And thye are not bees, though they resemble them - these are flys. Look closely at the eyes
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Old Oct 20, 2005, 3:35 PM   #13
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pretty good ! congratulations, it's a subjet that requires some cold blood, I don't know if i could stay there for so long to thake all these (and others I supose...)
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Thanks Kenneth! I'm always glad to see your comments! Jim
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Old Oct 20, 2005, 3:54 PM   #15
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Thanks for the suggestions cerambyX. Your right about #3 but I included it because I was just happy to get that much of the little bugger in the picture! The lower angle would have been better also but there was no way to get it on these shots! Are you sure these are not bees? I thought they were Africanized honey bees!? I'll include with this post a couple other pictures showing them carrying pollen sacks. After putting this first picture I can see some difference in the size and coloring! They were all mixed in together and all buzzing!
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Old Oct 20, 2005, 3:57 PM   #18
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Jcr, Thanks for the comments! They say there's a fine line between brave and stupid! :?
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Old Oct 20, 2005, 3:59 PM   #19
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I think they are allgood, but #4is very good because your subject is centered and no parts are clipped off.

BTW, I have been doing some testing of my own and found that the DCR250 works better on the FZ30 then prior FZ models. This is due to the reduction in the gap between the lend base and the front Leica bezel.

FZ10/15/20 on a CRing Adapter .5.84mm.

FZ30 3mm.

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Thanks for the comments LoveLife. By the way I saw in another of your posts something about a special mounting ring you were making for the FZ30, would that improve the image quality or ease of focus with DCR 250 ? Jim
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