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Rob Zijlstra

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Today I had some fun with the 24mm PC-E. You can use it as a macro-lens and I never tried this out, so here are the first try-outs:

1: abandoned home
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2: this curly 'thingy' is about 1 inch long
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3: An old theme
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4: or better like this?
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5: After all this, I needed this :)!
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As you can see in the last one, I didn't see it anymore :D!


All done with the D700 + 24mm PC-E. All handheld, no tripod used this time.
 

Rob Zijlstra

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Thanks Dossy. This little snail house is about 1/2 of an inch in reality. I'm a bit amused how this idiotic lens performs :) !
 

Rob Zijlstra

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Thanks Bart!

I had no idea you could accomplish this with a TS lens.

From nikon.com:

Closest focusing distance 0.21m / 0.75ft.
Maximum reproduction ratio 1/2.7

Almost a macro!
 

Rob Zijlstra

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Bill, Tri,

Thnaks !
 

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