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A fly, a bug, and a fly
Lens: Vivitar 55/2.8 1:1 macro + 43mm extension tubes Camera: K20d 
Posted By: Rense, 06-16-2010, 09:09 AM








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06-16-2010, 09:46 AM   #2
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Stunning clarity in all 3! 5/5

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You just keep them coming Fantastic work, as always!
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Impressive shots.

Just curious when using the 43mm extension tubes how much magnification does that give you?

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Stunning clarity in all 3! 5/5
Thanks Adam !

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You just keep them coming Fantastic work, as always!
Yeah, I hope you don't have problems with it?
Thanks for the feedback!
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splendid series rense.... you really know how to charm these little ones... dave m
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Impressive shots.

Just curious when using the 43mm extension tubes how much magnification does that give you?
I don't know exactely, but I guess it must have been about 1.75:1. Thanks for looking and commenting!

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That first shot really pops out at you, Fantastic!
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Agree with Rob - #1 is a beautiful shot, perfect framing and sharp.
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splendid series rense.... you really know how to charm these little ones... dave m
Thanks Dave!

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That first shot really pops out at you, Fantastic!
Thank you for looking and commenting Rob!
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Wow, fantastic shots as usual Rense!
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Ahh, stunning Macro series as usual Rense.

Got my 100mm WR just last week and can't wait to try it out!
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Agree with Rob - #1 is a beautiful shot, perfect framing and sharp.
Thank you!

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Wow, fantastic shots as usual Rense!
Thanks Joni!
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Yes another stunning set as usual, the quality never varies.
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