No lock, no creep.
fondling the 5D4
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Location: Portland, OR
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Post edited over 3 years ago by Ascenta.
Sep 14, 2017 12:40 as a reply to @ post 18451387 |
All the action happens inside the lens, so there's no tube actually moving in and out of the body. No lens creep. I'm not sure it's even possible on this kind of design, but I can't say for sure. Mine is at least 6 years old now and it's solid as can be.
Joined Apr 2008
6D, 7D, EF35 f2, EF50 f1.4, EF50 f1.8
Karlgoro wrote in post #18451026
I use microscope objective Nikon CFI Plan Achromat 10x connected to 70-200
I looked this up. So it attaches to the front of the lens like a filter would via a stepdown ring? Does the 70-200 then function as normal, only focus close because of the microscopic lens? How stable is the image or does it wobble like crazy?
I want to die peacefully, in my sleep, like my grandfather.
Sep 16, 2017 19:30 as a reply to @ Cormac's post |
Yes, microscope objective is mounted via a step down ring.
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Cream of the Crop
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Arriving on Monday.....
Panasonic G9, Panaleica 100-400, Samyang 12mm F2 NCS CS, 7Artisans 7.5mm f2.8 fisheye, Panagor 90mm f2.8 Macro (OM), Canon 200mm f4 Macro FD, Sigma APO 2x DG EX TC, Tiffen aXent ND 3.0 (ND1000) filter, Olympus OMD E-M5, Oly 14-42mm, Oly 12-50mm, ZEQ25gt Mount, plus a few other lenses, extension tubes, and general mish-mash