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Old Sep 27, 2009, 11:01 PM   #11
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I'm impressed with the first one - stopping the moth in midflight, just about to land - its tongue just beginning to unroll for feeding. Good catch!
Agreed!!! I got so involved with the possibility of a new toy that I forgot to compliment the chef! Very nice captures Paul!!!!

. . . and good examples why I need one of these. . .

BTW, I just posted an offer to the seller, we'll see if I can save a couple of bucks. . .

I decided to also get the 165mm model, thinking that it would work for both flashes. 2 stops lost shouldn't make any difference at macro distances. I've already got some plans to block off one side or the other for some contrast control. . .

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Paul - Amazing capture of the moth at work! Also wonderful details in the spiders. Looks like some fine equipment in some skilled hands!
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Old Sep 28, 2009, 8:03 PM   #13
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Very nice Paul. I appreciate your review on these, if I had not just purchased the AF160 I would probably be in the market for one myself.

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