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Old 26th September 2015
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Using the 75mm with a SigmaDoulble Element CloseUp Filter

Thought I'd give it a try as it focuses pretty close on it's own,seems to work quite well.


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Re: Using the 75mm with a SigmaDoulble Element CloseUp Filter

That's a pleasing picture Paul - I like it lots.

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Re: Using the 75mm with a SigmaDoulble Element CloseUp Filter

that is a lovely result Paul, almost ethereal in feel
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Re: Using the 75mm with a SigmaDoulble Element CloseUp Filter

Really great details and colours. Very nice.
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Re: Using the 75mm with a SigmaDoulble Element CloseUp Filter

Very nice, it works well.
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