I may be an alternative macro lens, but not a replacement. You can't do much wrong for a 10 bucks investment anywayThanks for the tip! I was wondering if I should buy a macro lens, I guess I'll save myself some money for the time being as this is working awesome! ;-)
Well, I already dropped a grand in this great camera and lenses, if I can hold on on more spending for a little while longer then my checking account will thank me immensely ;-) It's not like I shoot a lot of macros anyway, but it's good to know that the possibility is there if neededI may be an alternative macro lens, but not a replacement. You can't do much wrong for a 10 bucks investment anyway
Thanks for the link
Yes, it's a challenge. You have to stop down and then reverse the lens. I use a powerful flashlight when focusing to see better what's going on if the light conditions are bad :smile:Thanks for the link
I had a quick play with my Voigtlander 25mm and Nikon 50mm lenses reversed on my Nikon D90 and I was quite impressed. Now to do the same on MFT will be neat.
The one disadvantage of most of the native MFT lenses is the lack of aperture control which makes stopping down once revered very difficult and it is impracticable to as you should focus wide open and then stop down to the taking aperture.