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kohli-vie



Joined: 09 Apr 2015
Posts: 21
Location: Vienna

PostPosted: Thu Apr 09, 2015 8:02 am    Post subject: Electronic greetings from Vienna/Austria Reply with quote

Hello all,
after spending a lot of hours in the last months here to read great articles/tips, i made now also an account

my goal ist macro photography with 10:1 and larger.

after taking "normal macros", adding extension rings and changing to the great MP-E 65, i start now with a mitutoyo 20x to get much more magnification :-)

the first "quick and dirty" tests were frustrating, but after changing some equipment, it is going in a good direction

since i sold my professional equipment (Canon 5D MK III, L-Lenses, ...) after stopping professional photography (studio/on location), i change to a useful kamera, the Olympus OM-D E-M1.
much more fun with this lightweight part

i hope, the M1 will also deliver good quality pictures with the microscope lens (not still shure if u4/3 is a good choice)

currently i use the M1, a lot of extension tubes, the raynor DCR-250, a lot of thread-adapter to mount the Mitutoyo on it
stack hardware will be build in the next months (my second hobby, cnc milling/drilling gg)

adding yongnou with honeycomb brougth me the first "useful" image.
but i think it will be a very very long way for good results

the appended picture is a single shot, no cropping
of an old good eeprom gg

Andreas

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ChrisR
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Joined: 14 Mar 2009
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Location: Near London, UK

PostPosted: Thu Apr 09, 2015 8:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Servus!
It looks like your "spare" time will be fully occuppied:)

EPROMs - ah yes, I still have some 2716s somewhere, from when they were 'state of the art'.
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