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    Quote Originally Posted by kenshinz
    http://www.lensmateonline.com/S1macrocomp.html

    effects of Hoya close up filter and DCR250 on my previous camera Canon S1-IS
    For 10x or 12x zoom digital camera, a +4 diopter filter like 250D or lesser (6T) is good enough for taking insects. From the link, it shows that Canon S1-IS + 250D can gives a magnification of 7/8" which is 2.1875cm ( 1" = 2.5cm ) full frame. A higher diopter +10 filter like DCR-250 will suffer of shallow DOF.

    Unless you are using 3x to 6x zoom digital camera, DCR-250 will be a better choice
    Last edited by megaweb; 26th May 2005 at 08:46 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by megaweb
    For 10x or 12x zoom digital camera, a +4 diopter filter like 250D or lesser (6T) is good enough for taking insects. From the link, it shows that Canon S1-IS + 250D can gives a magnification of 7/8" which is 2.1875cm ( 1" = 2.5cm ) full frame. A higher diopter +10 filter like DCR-250 will suffer of shallow DOF.

    Unless you are using 3x to 6x zoom digital camera, DCR-250 will be a better choice
    Wow... that is one piece of good advice... Maybe i should be contented with my 6T and not look more other alternatives...

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    Quote Originally Posted by megaweb
    For 10x or 12x zoom digital camera, a +4 diopter filter like 250D or lesser (6T) is good enough for taking insects. From the link, it shows that Canon S1-IS + 250D can gives a magnification of 7/8" which is 2.1875cm ( 1" = 2.5cm ) full frame. A higher diopter +10 filter like DCR-250 will suffer of shallow DOF.

    Unless you are using 3x to 6x zoom digital camera, DCR-250 will be a better choice
    yo!! thanks a lot!! U make my way so clear!!

    and now I will order the Nikon 6T!!

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