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    SX50 -The Little Orchid

    I used a Raynox 250 lens mounted with a down-step 58-43mm ring to my Canon SX50 camera in order to obtain a shallower DOF. I extended the camera lens just above the vignetting range:

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    SX50 -The Little Orchid

    Thank you for watching,

    Augustin
    Last edited by Dave Humphries; 20th April 2013 at 01:27 AM. Reason: add image inline

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    Re: SX50 -The Little Orchid

    I like it, colours are great.
    I must go and give my Finepix S5700 a try on super macro.

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    Re: SX50 -The Little Orchid

    Quote Originally Posted by rawill View Post
    I like it, colours are great.
    I must go and give my Finepix S5700 a try on super macro.
    Thank you very much! I think it's a convenient method to get more bokeh with cameras with slow lens (SX50 - 3.4); of course one can get to the same result by zooming, but that means also some space to go back from the target ...

    All the best,

    Augustin

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