I got bit by a macro bug and look what happened...

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  1. Tyjax

    Tyjax TPF Noob!

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    So a fellow shutterbug co-worker (not Photocat) said "hey I have this belows thing for nikon's you might want to play with it." Hee Hee Hee Hee. Woot. I am hooked. I will never return it... I know it looks like kinky fetish toys but this thing is cooool.

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    And what can it do?

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    [​IMG] This is "close" to max for the straight bellows. But It has a 1x converter I didnt use. AND A 60MM TUBE! Pssh.

    THis one as you can tell was shot by Photocat... all kinds of focus issues. And the model doesnt feel comfortable with her behind the camera.

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  2. photocat

    photocat TPF Noob!

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    you're such an ass.
     
  3. tirediron

    tirediron Watch the Birdy! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Cool - bellows are fun! Just a tip: Don't store them fully compressed, always leave the mechanism slightly open, and try and leave it open a different amount each time you put it away, this will help reduce the occurrence of stress damage to the actuall bellows.
     

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