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    OMD 60mm at Lembeh

    Few pics taken at Lembeh with OMD nauticam, 4" semidome and 60mm macro.














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    Quote Originally Posted by Wisnu View Post
    Few pics taken at Lembeh with OMD nauticam, 4" semidome and 60mm macro.













    great pics. You have good depth of field. What f-stops were you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dna77054 View Post
    great pics. You have good depth of field. What f-stops were you using?
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    typically for macro i set f14-f16, sometime f22

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    wow impressive

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    Impressive photos with an impressive lens.

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    Very nice, sharp, well lit. Were you using a diopter?

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    Thanks all,
    Indeed, 60mm is impressive lens. Easy to AF.
    I'm glad I buy this lens despite I have the 12-50mm.
    I can say, it's a must for dive sites like Lembeh. Very productive.

    Jack
    Although I have UCL165M67 at my flip adapter but I don't use it for all those critters
    Without diopter those object can fill the frame easily.

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    Awesome work !!
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    WOW! Great work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wisnu View Post
    Thanks all,
    Indeed, 60mm is impressive lens. Easy to AF.
    I'm glad I buy this lens despite I have the 12-50mm.
    I can say, it's a must for dive sites like Lembeh. Very productive.

    Jack
    Although I have UCL165M67 at my flip adapter but I don't use it for all those critters
    Without diopter those object can fill the frame easily.
    120mm effective, absolutely..
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