If you're getting into lenses, you'll need some of these as well.
Reversing a single lens is another way to get über-close. The shorter the focal length, the closer you can get. I usually use an old...
ET's don't change the focal length. Nor the 'crop-factor multiplier'. They only change the magnification ratio.
70mm is 70mm is 70mm is 70mm...
They cannot degrade the image any as there's no glass in extension tubes. If you get poor image quality, it's due to the poor lens you are using,...
Again, you're assuming that the beefy lens will be just as damaged as a flimsy, thin filter.
Not to change the subject, but you single-handedly just shot your own opinion down.
And on the flip side, the 'business man' may be more interested in getting you to part with your money than he is about really teaching you the...
Or just ask here........... for free. :biggrin-93:
Ditto Derrel's Df defferment.
The article's title is incorrect. You're not seeing an image of an atom. You're seeing the light produced by one.
Pfffft. I can do the same thing. But with just my cell phone.
And with 147ee527 atoms!
Oh, absolutely! One for your spouse, and the other for your lover! :048:
For $125 or so US for a set of Kenkos, it's an inexpensive way to get into macro.
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