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Protecting my Rear Element / Macro Coupling...

 
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Apr 26, 2009 14:45 |  #1

I was getting a bit frustrated at smearing 'pollen' and other debris on the rear element on my lenses when making 'reverse macro coupling' photos out and about in the field, and worried that I may eventually start 'scratching' the glass, so I used a spare rear lens cap and 52mm UV filter to make some 'protection':

Real Lens Cap:

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...with hope cut into it:
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a spare 52mm UV:
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both the rear lens cap and 52mm filter together (they fitted rather nicely with no glue):
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28mm lens reverse mounted onto 105mm Macro, with the added 'rear lens cap/52mm UV combo' (a bit more protected)
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...feeling a bit more 'safer' now going in close in summer breezes for these:

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andrew crighton
website -- > www.butterpeanut.com (external link)
flickr -- > flickr/photos/andrewaa​a5 (external link)

  
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