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nikon 60mm , tokina 10-17, and inon Micro Semi-Fisheye Relay Lens

03 October 2010 - 08:17 AM

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tokina 10-17
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inon Micro Semi-Fisheye Relay Lens
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inon Micro Semi-Fisheye Relay Lens
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105mm with F100 nikon camera
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60mm with D 700

I have used nikon D 700 with 60mm micro, Fuji S 5 pro with tokina 10-17, and canon 50D with 60mm and inon Micro Semi-Fisheye Relay Lens .

I found same kind of critter taken by different lens system in my hard disk. I guess those are good stuffs that can be compared., Recently I recognized the way to get better DOF in inon Micro Semi-Fisheye Relay Lens . In spite of same subject, we can get various expression of pictures.

To get proper depth of field in INON UFL-MR130 EFS60 Underwater Micro Semi-Fisheye Rel...

16 July 2010 - 03:33 PM

I have used this Pinocchio lens for 8 month. Only now I realized how can I get good sharpness on background model or other stuffs,
When I began to use, I just adjusted distance of focus simply on foreground subject. After that, I compare with Tokina 10-17 macro wide shot , I could not find any advantage of this long nose lens over Tokina combo setting( plus teleconverter). But recently I realized that to get good sharpness of background subject I should adjust focus distance on foreground subject as far as possible. After all I could get better sharpness of background subjects than my tokina 10-17 combo set. All those are pictures taken by lnon long nose lens.