a little bit of everything…(+ refurbished Olympus stuff ending soon)

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The author of the Extreme eye macro video on top wrote: “Who needs the nanoha when all you need is an old pentax lens and some 2 dollar extension tubes!

Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5 Review (Neocamera).

Bokeh comparison @ 200mm and 300mm (m43photo).

Olympus Seeking Flickr Member Photos for PEN Ads (Photographyblog).

Panasonic G3 Lumix 45-175mm X lens review – Part 3 (Soundimagesplus).

And here are the Olympus refurbished cameras and lenses ending today and tomorrow:
Olympus E-PL1 with kit lens White Olympus 75-300mm lens Olympus E-PL1 with kit lens Olympus E-PL1 with kit lens Olympus E-PL1 with 14-150mm lens White Olympus 75-300mm lens Olympus E-PL1 with kit lens Olympus E-PL2 with kit lens

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  • Luke

    OK…that video is freaking creepy!

    • lnqe-M

      Yes and yellow Halloween eye :-D

  • nikon

    a bit disgusting but at the same time, so magnificent how intricate our body is. what lens btw to capture that eye?
    or does it have anything to do with M43?

    • Jesper

      It is captured by GH2 using, as he stated pentax lens with extension tube.
      The nanoha he mentioned is a extreme macro lens with native m4/3 mount.

    • Mike

      from the authors original video on Vimeo:
      He used an old Pentax 28mm f3.5 and some macro tubes.
      The stack is 1: m4/3 to pentax m42 adapter 2: pentax m42 extension tubes 3: lens

  • Nanoha lens is at least twice magnifier, with no crop mode ;)

    • Yes, but I was able to make this video without having to buy a 500 dollar lens. Just some 2 dollar macro tubes and an old, free pentax lens.

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