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Bulbas on April 4, 2009

Very, Very very Good shot!!!

Erik van den Ham on April 4, 2009

Hallo Nico ng bedankt voor je berichtje hier en natuurlijk die ster! Ben er erg blij en vereerd mee!

You are not hungry Pom?

Het zou zo maar knnen zijn Tonia* dat deze vlieg een oogje op jou heeft! Maar in zijn geval kan het best een bevlieging zijn!

Hi Leo a little l8te but thx for your comment.

Eye know Bruce, eye know!

Thanks BulbasThis picture is best viewed at an EyeMac.

Greetings, Erik

Finn Lyngesen flfoto… on April 21, 2009

Hi Erik!

Amazing details in this macro. Great capture. Which lense did you use?

Greetings. Finn.

zorinaristos007 on July 17, 2009

What a macro-shot, I am impressed. Greetings from Poland.

whoelius on March 5, 2010

That's amazing. Love it.

Erik van den Ham on May 14, 2011

Thanks Finn sorry to have missed your comment here. I used the Canon MP-E-65mm 1-5x Macro. A manual lens which starts where typical macro lenses stop. Pictures taken with this lens are 1:1 to maximum 1:5 which means it's subject is displayed 5 times life size on the sensor.

Hello Zorinaristos and thanks for the kind words.

Glad you love it Whoelius

whoelius on May 14, 2011

I've been looking at this lens for ages. I haven't seen many sample images taken with it though.

Erik van den Ham on May 14, 2011

It's an odd one Whoelius, manual focus only, it's dof at 5x is so limited at F16 its only 0.269mm. You definitely need a tripod and a subject that is not moving

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  • Uploaded on March 11, 2009
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