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Jun 23, 2005 20:20 |  #31

hmm, those shots are VERY well taken...

I can't seem to take such macro shots with my A85 even. :( Will have to read up on it. Thanks.




  
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Jun 23, 2005 20:21 |  #32

ahhh, nevermind... you need an extended piece or two. :P




  
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Aug 10, 2005 22:13 |  #33

Johnny, I am TOTALLY impressed with the shots you're getting with this settup. KUDOS to YOU. :D
-Bruce


The Captain and crew finally got their stuff together, now if we can only remember where we left it. :cool:

  
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Sep 16, 2005 06:35 |  #34

nice pictures! good stuff! i extremely love the colors!


Ying-Woo Wang :p

  
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Sep 29, 2005 09:19 |  #35

Well I feel left out. The link isn't working for me.




  
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hcker2000
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Oct 03, 2005 02:58 |  #36

Will this work on an old power shot A40? If so how much are the lenses that your using? I know the A40 to 52mm adaptor is like $16 and to make the adaptor you did would be like $5 or $10.


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Oct 03, 2005 04:10 as a reply to  @ hcker2000's post |  #37

Stompersman wrote:
Well I feel left out. The link isn't working for me.

Which link is not working ?

hcker2000 wrote:
Will this work on an old power shot A40? If so how much are the lenses that your using?

A40 is not recommended as it dun have manual settings.




  
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Oct 03, 2005 22:02 as a reply to  @ megaweb's post |  #38

There is a manual mode on the a40 where you can set iso, shutter speed, etc...

Maby there arnt enough controls to wok with this kind of thing.


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Oct 06, 2005 08:33 as a reply to  @ megaweb's post |  #39

megaweb wrote:
Which link is not working ?

The link in the original post.




  
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Oct 06, 2005 11:57 as a reply to  @ Stompersman's post |  #40

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The link in the original post.

Maybe He fixed it already, but it took me straight to Megawebs home page. :cool:
Again, impressive work. :D
-Bruce


The Captain and crew finally got their stuff together, now if we can only remember where we left it. :cool:

  
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Oct 09, 2005 21:42 as a reply to  @ hcker2000's post |  #41

hcker2000 wrote:
There is a manual mode on the a40 where you can set iso, shutter speed, etc...

Maby there arnt enough controls to wok with this kind of thing.

Not much settings you can set on A40 compare to A70 or latest model.

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Maybe He fixed it already, but it took me straight to Megawebs home page. :cool:
Again, impressive work. :D
-Bruce

Thanks Bruce. I think the link down was caused by the server outage previously.




  
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hcker2000
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Oct 10, 2005 23:39 |  #42

Humm alright thanks.


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Oct 12, 2005 13:40 |  #43

MegaWeb

Tell me. What options did you add to your A70 to get this functions?
I actually have an A85 and would like to be able to use this feature!

LuckyLuke




  
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Nov 04, 2005 09:51 |  #44
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Nov 08, 2005 15:17 |  #45

That was great! I never knew that a slave flash was available. I use a wideangle lens and the flash is basically worthless for it.( leaves a nasty shadow)




  
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