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Jul 30, 2013 05:35 |  #16

Great set, really liking the third shot!


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Jul 30, 2013 17:01 |  #17

Thanks again all. :)

Brant, there's every possibility you will. the F1.4 is a very good lens and with good focus and light, I reckon you could get excellent quality images. I'm often taken aback by the quality of images many get from seriously much less expensive equipment lol.. the F1.4 ain't that cheap a lens so you should be good to go.


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Jul 30, 2013 19:32 as a reply to  @ IanClark's post |  #18

Thank's Ian, i will look into getting some extension tubes.


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Jul 30, 2013 19:39 |  #19

Are you talking about reversing your F1.4 or just mounting it on with some tubes?

If you reverse it, you could mount it directly to the camera with a reversing ring or mount it to some extension tubes with a coupling ring. You will lose AF, aperture etc.

However, you can just as easily mount it directly to some tubes and go from there. that'd be the safest bet for now :) I've never tried mounting my F1.8 to the tubes I must admit.


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Jul 31, 2013 19:25 as a reply to  @ IanClark's post |  #20

Ian, i was thinking of using tubes.


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