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Old 4th February 2019
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Arcyria at x2.5 on A7R Full Frame

Not Oly hardware but it shows the increased depth, over m4/3, on FF. I hope Olympus will see the error of constant fiddling with m4/3 and get out a FF body. It would give greater depth at high magnification with a given lens.

This is the genus of Ascomycete I find most frequently and the tiny bumps on the capitillium (network) are edges of spirals.

These are with the Laowa* at x2.5 on the A7R with twin TTL RC flash at f11.

* Laowa 25mm f2.8 2.5x-5x ultra-macro.

Some have been cropped. The frames in the crosseye stereo have not.

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