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piggsy

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dragonfly on lomandra by PIG, on Flickr

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cross polarised dragonfly by PIG, on Flickr

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orange tail bee on hardenbergia by PIG, on Flickr

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cabbage white butterfly by PIG, on Flickr

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blue tiger butterfly in flight by PIG, on Flickr

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hawk moth by PIG, on Flickr

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fruit piercing moths on native mulberry by PIG, on Flickr

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blue triangle butterfly closeup by PIG, on Flickr
 

relic

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A katydid (bush cricket) on pineapple sage (Salvia elegans).

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Darmok N Jalad

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I've had a few spring sightings recently.
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fotoppi

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I noticed that not all photos here have been taken with a MFT camera.
Well, I had a pre-MFT time as well.
Here is a shot I took with a Nikon J1 (crop 2.6) and the 55-300 using the FT1 adapter. So focal length equals to 780mm
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fotoppi

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Another shot using the Nikon J1 with FT1 and the 85mm macro, (FF 221mm)
In my believe the Nikon 1 was a very promising system. This shot is 8 years old, 10MP on a tiny sensor.
Unfortunately Nikon did not improve the system, but started squeezing more unneeded MP on the small surface, thus ruining IQ.
That was the point in time when I ditched my Nikon stuff and moved to MFT, as I always have been looking for "something small".
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Another shot using the Nikon J1 with FT1 and the 85mm macro, (FF 221mm)
In my believe the Nikon 1 was a very promising system. This shot is 8 years old, 10MP on a tiny sensor.
Unfortunately Nikon did not improve the system, but started squeezing more unneeded MP on the small surface, thus ruining IQ.
That was the point in time when I ditched my Nikon stuff and moved to MFT, as I always have been looking for "something small".
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I always though that the Nikon 1 70-300 was a pretty impressive lens. I have seen some really great birding results from that lens.
 
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here's one I took today (yes, I am bored in lock down but it could be worse, it could be lock up!) Anyway I used the 40-150mm w/2x TC and 26mm of macro ext rings + flash. It was an interesting exercise.
I also played with Oly Workspace and the PC Raw conversion which was interesting as well.
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fotoppi

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more wading through the waters
I couldn't do much about the light, it all happened in the shadow
M5 with 12-50 in Macro mode, handheld
"birth" of a dragonfly
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BJC1982

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My son found this subject walking around in the garden and brought him to my home office, which is also the home studio. He was kind enough to pose for a few pictures.

All were taken with an E-PL5, Oly 45mm 1.8, and DCR-150. Some are obviously heavily cropped.

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