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    Default Raynox DCR 250 ....

    .... where to get one ...

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    Default Re: Raynox DCR 250 ....

    can try buying from one of the members here..
    or the website i was looking at was:
    http://www.mcgill.com.sg/shop/defaul...b1c223faec6b4c

    didnt get a reply back from them when i inquired tho :\

    cheers

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    Default Re: Raynox DCR 250 ....

    just call him... don't bother pm as he mentioned that he seldom check...i got it from him as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by shmuckerz View Post

    didnt get a reply back from them when i inquired tho :\

    cheers
    well ... I did the dame thing too ...

    Quote Originally Posted by andrewtansj View Post

    just call him... don't bother pm as he mentioned that he seldom check...i got it from him as well
    I was thinking on going to his working place. Maybe i'll get discount for tat ... .. hehee
    BTW andrew. Do you hv any pix taken with this attachment? ...

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    Hi. You should contact Jim directly. He respond quite fast.

    Below is an example

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainwhisper View Post
    Hi. You should contact Jim directly. He respond quite fast.

    Below is an example
    sweet .... can't get my hands on it ...
    Last edited by copikau; 25th January 2009 at 10:22 PM.

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    Default Re: Raynox DCR 250 ....

    after using for the past 2 days..
    it is not easy to use and requires alot of patience x).
    also apeture is VEERRRYYY important depending on how much depth of field you want

    how are you all takin pics of insects with this?
    im finding it difficult to take pictures of inanimate objects propped up on a desk as it is x).
    lawl

    good luck in your search!

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    Default Re: Raynox DCR 250 ....

    how much is it?
    Canon 6D, Canon 450D, Canon F1.8, Canon 55-250, Tamron 17-50 F2.8 VC, Tokina 11-16 F2.8, 580EX

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    Quote Originally Posted by shmuckerz View Post
    after using for the past 2 days..
    it is not easy to use and requires alot of patience x).
    also apeture is VEERRRYYY important depending on how much depth of field you want

    how are you all takin pics of insects with this?
    im finding it difficult to take pictures of inanimate objects propped up on a desk as it is x).
    lawl

    good luck in your search!

    Get a ringflash and strobe the *******s, if you're referring to possible shake

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    ... Raynox DCR-5320PRO 3+1 attached to 18-200mm VR Nikkor looks promissing.
    I was thinking of getting DCR 250 for my tammy 17-55mm.
    any pix taken using this attachment with tamron 17-55 ...

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    Default Re: Raynox DCR 250 ....

    the tamron should be similar to the 450d kit lens right?
    this is one of the outcome.


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    Default Re: Raynox DCR 250 ....

    no not the same. the filter diameter of the 17-50 is way bigger.
    because its 67mm , there'll be vignetting , probably throughout all focal lengths though less at 50mm.
    i use it on my tamron 28-75 and there's also vignetting even at 75mm , though very slight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolin View Post
    no not the same. the filter diameter of the 17-50 is way bigger.
    because its 67mm , there'll be vignetting , probably throughout all focal lengths though less at 50mm.
    i use it on my tamron 28-75 and there's also vignetting even at 75mm , though very slight.

    what would suggest then ...


    BTW velasco ... wot army ants you got there ... awesome shot!

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