Papilio palinurus butterfly, 5:1 to 100:1

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Cornel
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Papilio palinurus butterfly, 5:1 to 100:1

Post by Cornel »

Papilio palinurus
5:1 to 100:1
Nikon D610 + Raynox 150 + microscope objective + 3xflash + MJKZZ Rail

5:1
Image

10:1
Image

20:1
Image

50:1
Image

100:1
Image

sushidelic
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Post by sushidelic »

Stunning detail!
I really like the first one, looks like binary code, Matrix style.
Best regards,
Michael

jin
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Post by jin »

thanks for sharing, make me wanting to shoot at these high magnification too.

by-the-way, what were the 50x & 100x objectives used?

Cornel
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Post by Cornel »

jin wrote:thanks for sharing, make me wanting to shoot at these high magnification too.

by-the-way, what were the 50x & 100x objectives used?
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Olympusman
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Butterfly

Post by Olympusman »

Nice series progression.

Mike
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Post by svalley »

Well done!
"You can't build a time machine without weird optics"
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Post by nanometer »

Wow--the 100x image looks fantastic!

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