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I work with a manfrotto 454 but uncommon system :).
Objectives : BW APO PLAN 5x, Mitutoyo APO PLAN 7.5x, 10x, 20x and 50x, Seiwa APO PLAN 20x, BW APO PLAN 20x, Seiwa APO PLAN 10x, Nikon CF PLAN 50x, componon APO 40 mm, Componon 50 mm, Componon S 80 mm, Componon 105 mm, Componon 150 mm, Rodagon 135 mm.....

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I work with a manfrotto 454 but uncommon system :).
Objectives : BW APO PLAN 5x, Mitutoyo APO PLAN 7.5x, 10x, 20x and 50x, Seiwa APO PLAN 20x, BW APO PLAN 20x, Seiwa APO PLAN 10x, Nikon CF PLAN 50x, componon APO 40 mm, Componon 50 mm, Componon S 80 mm, Componon 105 mm, Componon 150 mm, Rodagon 135 mm.....

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Post by micro_pix »

Beautiful images and I love the lighting set-up, it looks like a Sentinel from the Matrix!

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Excellent as always. Thanks for the picture of your illumination setup.

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Post by mawyatt »

Absolutely beautiful images, and very interesting lighting setup!!

I have something similar, but with multiple strobes for my usual chip and/or wafer subjects. Recently I've replaced the strobe modeling lamps with LEDs, so I can do continuous illumination without the massive heat build up from the incandescent bulbs, as well as flash.

Sometimes I'll use 2 light tents (small one (~30cm) inside larger one) or a foam cup inside a light tent for more diffusion. Are you using a single layer for diffusion or multiple layers?

I have some images of the setup but don't what to detract from your thread, unless you want to see them.

Please keep posting, these are really nice images :D

Best,
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mawyatt wrote:I have some images of the setup but don't what to detract from your thread, unless you want to see them.
Are they already posted? If not, then please post them, in a separate thread.

I imagine that Frédéric is quite happy with what he has, but I for one am always looking for alternatives.

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Hi there Ploum,
The spessartine is just amazing. Love it.
Great inspiration to me

Thanks for sharing :D
Kind Regards
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Post by ploum »

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I work with a manfrotto 454 but uncommon system :).
Objectives : BW APO PLAN 5x, Mitutoyo APO PLAN 7.5x, 10x, 20x and 50x, Seiwa APO PLAN 20x, BW APO PLAN 20x, Seiwa APO PLAN 10x, Nikon CF PLAN 50x, componon APO 40 mm, Componon 50 mm, Componon S 80 mm, Componon 105 mm, Componon 150 mm, Rodagon 135 mm.....

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Post by Saul »

Beautiful & impressive. Perfect light control.

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Post by santiago »

beautiful images and lighting!
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Post by ploum »

Thanks for all comments :)

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I work with a manfrotto 454 but uncommon system :).
Objectives : BW APO PLAN 5x, Mitutoyo APO PLAN 7.5x, 10x, 20x and 50x, Seiwa APO PLAN 20x, BW APO PLAN 20x, Seiwa APO PLAN 10x, Nikon CF PLAN 50x, componon APO 40 mm, Componon 50 mm, Componon S 80 mm, Componon 105 mm, Componon 150 mm, Rodagon 135 mm.....

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Post by lonepal »

Good work ploum!

Insane details and light control.

How many Jansjö do you have :)
Regards.
Omer

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Post by ploum »

13 jansjo ;)
I work with a manfrotto 454 but uncommon system :).
Objectives : BW APO PLAN 5x, Mitutoyo APO PLAN 7.5x, 10x, 20x and 50x, Seiwa APO PLAN 20x, BW APO PLAN 20x, Seiwa APO PLAN 10x, Nikon CF PLAN 50x, componon APO 40 mm, Componon 50 mm, Componon S 80 mm, Componon 105 mm, Componon 150 mm, Rodagon 135 mm.....

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I have only 2 :lol:
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Post by BugEZ »

Your images are a delight to view. Many thanks for sharing them!

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