A&P A dead fly

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  1. mandarin orange

    mandarin orange OT Supporter

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    Cold here in VA.. couldn't find any ALIVE bugs. too lazy to look. found a dead fly on the outside of my window.



    Canon 300D with Canon 70-200 f/4L with kenko extension tubes.
     
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  2. mobbarley

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    is that a 100% crop? seems really good magnification for extension tubes, how many mm extension in total?
     
  3. ew i WAS eating... thanks :hs:
     
  4. macadamiaman

    macadamiaman New Member

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    and you DID click a link labeled DEAD FLY you're welcome :)
     
  5. why did you use a 70-200? :confused: Afraid you might catch the fly-flu if you get too close? :mamoru:

    How much did the extension tubes run ya?
     
  6. mandarin orange

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    i used all 3 extension tubes stacked up with my 70-200 f/4L lens. the extension tubes costed me total of $109 shipped from Hong Kong.. you can find the seller on eBay. it's like 85 or 80 + like 20 or 25 for shipping.
     
  7. Advan

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    was this your most tasty subject yet?
     

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