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Old September 5th, 2008, 09:37 AM   #1
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Macro shots with Mike Tapa mount

It has been raining all day here so I thought I would see what the Mike Tapa mount on the Z7 would be like with a nikkor 60mm micro lens:Watch this Space on Vimeo

Good to know that you can also get very close up shots as well as long range tele stuff with this combo, next I will try the sigma 105mm micro lens.
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Old September 5th, 2008, 10:08 AM   #2
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Looks quite impressive to me Gary ! Thank you for sharing!
How close do you have to get in order to get the whole watch full frame ?
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About 12 inches away for full frame and about two inches away for the last shot.
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About 12 inches away for full frame and about two inches away for the last shot.
Thanks Gary !
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Can we see a photo of the mike tapa mount and the 60mm lens on the camera?

Stills, we want some stills!
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OK will sort it tommorow
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Here you go:
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