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  1. Zeiss 100mm f2 Makro Planar EF Mount, excellent condition with hood. £600 London based
  2. Earlier i did a test and mini review for this lens. Rare lens for sale. It was made for some kind of reproduction machines and covers huge 12x18 cm frame. Probably another bad copy of industrial Zeiss or Nikkor (as all things done in USSR). It covers 12x18 cm frame, its not super sharp on tiny s16 sensor in regular (not macro) mode. The good thing about this lens is that in macro mode you can be very very far from object. It has perfect round bokeh at any F-stop and very flat and even image area. Works well for macro and for landscape too. Iris is smooth, glass is very clear. If needed i can do additional test images. The lens comes with Rafcamera M45-M42 adapter and with PZF macro bellows (Its not the most precise bellows in the world, but its perfect for this lens because it extends way further than other more expensive bellows) Located in Ukraine, Odessa city. Will ship worldwide. Can accept only Payoneer (Make A Payment service from Payoneer to Payoneer account 0% fee) or any Card to Payoneer (Request a Payment service) with 3% fee. Ask $200 ( or $180 without macro bellows) + shipping and payment fees.
  3. Hello! I am selling a Leica Macro-Elmarit R 60mm 2.8 lens in great shape, clean optics, smooth focus, clean aperture. It's in Leica R mount (easy to adapt to Canon EF, M4/3, Sony E). Original front metal cap and plastic back cap. Beautiful lens both for macro and portrait, sharp and beautiful leica out of focus and skin tones. It's the "new" version with 55mm front, recent serial (3513233). Price: 650 euros Payment by Paypal or cash. Free shipping to EU (located in Brussels, Belgium). All the best, Olivier
  4. For sale my Panasonic kit , I'm new here but have been lurking for quite a while. Plenty of feedback on FM. The Package Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX85 Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Digital Camera with 12-32mm Lens Panasonic LUMIX G MACRO 30mm f/2.8 ASPH. MEGA O.I.S. Lens Panasonic LUMIX G 42.5mm f/1.7 ASPH. POWER O.I.S. Lens In like new condition , comes with original box , warranty card , battery , strap, etc All lenses also come with boxes , caps, etc Price includes shipping , 1000 Shipped for all 3 , I pay shipping , you cover paypal fees. 50+ positive transactions on FredMiranda.com .... http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/1440960/0#13662041
  5. Hi So I borrowed a 100mm macro lens from a friend and experimented with acrylic colors, milk, water, oil and soap.. Shot it with my GH4, held by my precious gorilla pod and lots of duct tape! I have now entered my video into a contest. If you like it, I would be really really happy, if you'd give it a vote and maybe even share https://apps.facebook.com/dvxvideocontest/?video=16 Thanks!
  6. Here is a short nature clip I shot using the Cano 5D Mark III Lenses used: Canon 16-35 2.8L II Canon 100 2.8L Macro Canon 24-105 4.0L IS Canon 50 1.4 Tracking shots done with - Varavon Slider with Motoroid kit
  7. http://vimeo.com/74613572   My serene short macro film.   Mostly shot on Pentax-A 100mm f4 macro, with very close up shots using a reversed Sigma 24mm f2.8 super wide II.   I used my k-5 for tests and stills, but used a Canon 600d with Technicolor cinestyle installed for the actual shoot, as the dynamic range is greater, and it has manual controls. The lenses are attached using a canon-pentax adapter, which can be bought from Ebay for £10/$15.   To get closer I used a set of 50mm extension tubes, and sometimes used the Canon 600D’s 3x digital zoom (which is still full 1080p HD, a useful feature and no extra depth of field loss!)   The film itself is rather light on narrative; it’s just a progression of – hopefully!  â€“ interesting shots.   Hope you like it. I’m happy to answer questions on how I did specific shots and it’s always good to get feedback.  
  8. This is my short film 'Light' I've been making over the last month using a Canon 600d with Pentax lenses.   http://vimeo.com/69428988   It's a short (90 second) simple story about a lighthouse getting through the night, and features lots of experiments in cinematography - all done on my kitchen table with reversed and macro lenses and a lot of ice!   We used a Canon 600D (with Pentax adapter for my lenses) for the film itself as the manual control on this camera, the full HD digital zoom ability and swivel screen made it very useful for those tiny close ups! The film is all shot "live" in 25 frames per second, it's not animated.   We used a Pentax-A 50mm f1.2 and a Sigma 24mm superwide II f2.8 mounted in reverse for super-close ups, and a Pentax-A 100mm f4 macro for the widest shots - none of which had an area bigger than, say, a post-it note - and some of the extreme close ups were over an area the size of a fingernail or smaller at around 2:1 to 4:1 scale. For the reversed lenses we used a Canon to Pentax adapter, then a Pentax reversing ring (52mm filter thread for both lenses), then the lens! Note, if you want to use a lens in reverse for close ups you need to use one with an aperture ring, which means most modern digital lenses won't give you any aperture control.   We needed a lot of light for shooting down to f16 at 1/50 at ISO 160 in extreme macro where you get several more stops of light falloff, and so we had a big hot 800W light. For some shots it was around a foot (30 cm) from the ice, causing severe melting problems! So we needed to be fast and accurate with focus to a millimetre level on a disintegrating, slippery set all of which was too small to position without completely ruining composition! Most of the time it was a fun challenge but was occasionally frustrating!   The ice variety was achieved by chipping it in different ways, letting it melt for different times, freezing larger volumes of water (mug sized) and smashing the ice with a hammer to get particularly clear stuff, or ice cube size to get the cloudier stuff. Some of it had a small amount of blue food colouring too.   We edited in Premiere Pro CS6 and After Effects CS6, where we added the lighthouse light and did a little colour correction.   The film was made for the Depict short film competition in the UK. I hope you like the film, happy to explain any techniques and looking forward to hearing your thoughts.
  9. I'm doing a compilation of tabletop lighting tents/booths for the photography of small subjects,. I found this..... [url="https://www.facebook.com/PlexiTent"]PlexiTent[/url] [url="https://vimeo.com/47178587"]https://vimeo.com/47178587[/url] Anyone know of others that are really good and not remakes of the famed 'Ikea Hamper' ? The article I'm writing is about jewelry / luxury good photos. Thanks!
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