Old 12-07-2008, 11:54 PM #17
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Default Re: Harvest diode - Macro shots

So most of those Macro lenses will screw directly to the end of the lens, but you're using a tube for that in addition? That's on the kit lens? They have some tubes and stuff at DX too, just wondering if I need them to put on the end.

For those macro shots you might want to pick up one of those cheap 50mm f/1.8 lenses ($100) for your camera. Its low f-stop lets in a ton of light which might be good for those macro photos (or up it for sharpness). No auto-focus, but the little light inside the viewfinder will tell you if it's in focus or not.

I nabbed one of those batteries from DX too. $17 is a great price to pay, about half of the original. Same mAh as well I found. It's good for getting UV filters to protect the lenses too.

Nice composition, lighting, and colors in those photos by the way.


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Thanks for the tip about the f1.8 lense Will check it out.

About the macro adapter. The adapter is all you need... You put it between your lense and your camera.
No aditional tubes.. When I say tube, I'm talking about the adapter.. The adapter consists of several parts, which lets you determine the length of the adapter (how much macro you want). I use them all on, as I got it, for my shots.
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I bought some sleds and extracted my first &quot;real&quot; diode. This is a macro shot of it, and I'm going to make a small detailed tutorial on how to get them out later =) Found a really easy way to extract them.

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Default Re: Harvest diode - Macro shots

Hey isn't this the diode ???

nevermind your right I read it wrong +1 ;D
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Default Re: Harvest diode - Macro shots

Ahh, thats older pictures The diode in that picture you attached is to a CD-Burner, and thats IR. Thisone is an open can red diode.. =) I will be making some drivers for these lasers, and hopefully it will work
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