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Looks really cool. I'm a bit concerned about the image quality.OneGuyKs wrote:Concept
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I think I'd prefer the Canon MP-E 65 1x-5x macro be adapted to the mount (preferably A mount). I currently have several primes that cover the range of 1x to 40x in my macro system, that can easily be adapted to E or A mount. Plus the Minolta A mount 1x-3x. And the Zeiss Luminar 2.5x-5x that I'm in the process of adapting.bossel wrote:5x macro is certainly something really special. You'll be fighting against thin DOF and missing light. Not something for me, but if you're into macro, at the announced price it might be a real winner!
I'm not a fan of LED lighting for high magnification macro, Flash will do a much better job of controlling motion problems. But at least it does not need syncro connections.
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I guess in the near future you will be able to use LEDs with controllable/adjustable temperature for special needs (though it may be a problem to synchronize it with the camera's WB).WaltKnapp wrote:I'm not a fan of LED lighting for high magnification macro, Flash will do a much better job of controlling motion problems. But at least it does not need syncro connections.
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