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Thread started 07 Jan 2009 (Wednesday) 16:27
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I think I am going to try a DIY macro. I got my hands on an old 35-105mm MACRO 1:3.2-4 Vivitar lens. For $50 I will be able to get a working lens. From there I can play around until I can afford a true Canon macro lens. This will be the better move considering the amount of hours I will be working given the current economic slump.

I thank everyone for their input. Happy bug hunting.

Jan 10, 2009 16:08 as a reply to post 7040543

I'm from Canada. Isn't that weird!

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Oh and another think. Can a 100mm prime be used to make a macro? It is another lens I found for really cheap. Comes with manual aperture and focus. Perhaps I can reverse mount the 35-105 to it. That will yield almost a 3:1 magnification.

Jan 10, 2009 16:27 as a reply to AbPho's post 18 minutes earlier.

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