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Old 1st of April 2001 (Sun)   #1
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Default Macro lenses: 6x, 12x, 24x from Raynox

As Curby would have said: Can't get enough of them... find a couple of pics at:

The last is an ant 2-3mm length max.. The image was cropped, but on the original, the ant filled an area of approx 1000 pixels wide, and 500 pixels high. Impressive magnification...

All shots in RAW mode.
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Old 17th of February 2012 (Fri)   #2
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Default Re: Macro lenses: 6x, 12x, 24x from Raynox

Sorry broken link.
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