Reverse Lense Macro

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  1. Dom0803

    Dom0803 TPF Noob!

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    I have heard of this and googled it but I couldn't find how to do this. Can someone explain to me exactly what it is, can I do it with my S5000 and how I can do it.

    Thanks.
     
  2. photobug

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    Try this thread.

    And if your S5000 has threads for filter attachment, yes you can do it easily. Without filter threads will require some inventiveness and lots of tape.
     
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    hey Dom0803, i have the fuji s5000 and at the post which photobug showed you i used the fuji and another lens.

    for any additional info send me a PM
     
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    Waow! I managed to get it going and holy moley!
     
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    that's great news. you got some tips from me also so we'll be expecting some samples soon.

    good luck.
     
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    lol, when my battaries have charged and it's daylight, i'll go snapping :lol:
     
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    For the heck of it, I tried doing this with two zoom lenses (I don't yet have a regular non-zoom lens). Doesn't work. All I see is a tiny opening. Oh well.
     

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