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  1. 1. Subject : Ant 2. Camera : Fuji XT2 3. Lens : Otamat 20mm f2.8 4. Other : 56mm extension tubes 5. Obj: - no 6. Magnification: 7<>. 7. Step Size : 18 uM with Wemacro rail 8. Camera Settings: iso200 - 1/200 - f2.8. 9. Stack # : 96 photos stacked in Helican focus 10. Lighting : 3x Godox tt350f ; diffuser tunnel
  2. 1. Subject : Weevil 2. Camera : Fuji xt2. 3. Lens : Otamat 20mm f2.8 4. Other : Ext Tube 56mm. 5. Obj: no. 6. Magnification: ~7x. 7. Step Size : 12uM 8. Lens Settings: iso200, 1/8 sec. 9. Stack # :44 frames. 10. Lighting : 3x janson led. 11. NOTES : Wemacro rail, editing:Helican focus and photoshop
  3. The gorse has masses of these weevils, the bug is in the foreground I think is a thrips, the weevil is only around 1>1.5mm the other bug is less than half a mm! 1. Subject : Weevle 2. Camera : Fuji xt2. 3. Lens : Otamat 20mm f2.8 4. Other : Ext Tube 56mm. 5. Obj: no. 6. Magnification: ~7x. 7. Step Size : 20uM 8. Lens Settings: iso200, 1/8 sec. 9. Stack # : 156 frames. 10. Lighting : 3x janson led. 11. NOTES : Wemacro rail, editing:Helican focus and photoshop
  4. 1) Subject: Ground beetle 2) Camera: Fuji Xt-2 3) Lens : Otamat 20mm f2.8 4) Other : Rail Wemacro 5) ISO200 / 1/8 sec /F2,8 6) Stack # : 186 frames @ 20 microns / Helicon / LR / PS 7) Lighting : 3x Janson
  5. 1) Subject: Fly 2) Camera : Fuji XT2 3) Lens : Otamat 20mm f2.8 4) Magnification: 6.0x 5) Settings: 0.5s - f2.8- 6) Stack # : 241 photos stacked 7) Lighting : 2x Jansjö ; styrofoam cup diffuser PP : Photos stacked in Helicon; post processed in Photoshop
  6. 1) Subject: Fly 2) Camera : Fuji XT2 3) Lens : Otamat 20mm f2.8 4) Magnification: 6.0x 5) Settings: 0.5s - f2.8- iso200 6) Stack # : 241 photos stacked 7) Lighting : 2x Jansjö ; styrofoam cup diffuser PP : Photos stacked in Helicon; post processed in Photoshop
  7. Hatter, the yellow background is the out of focus part of the fly, this is the first picture using this lens and I was keen to see how well it resolved hence the head shot and not the the full body.
  8. Thanks everyone, interesting lens I used here, it was taken from a used Otamat portable microfiche reader, the guy selling these claims it will resolve up to 200 line pairs ( a good slr lens will resolve around 160 line pairs )
  9. finally got there 698mb!
  10. file is 980mb will try a smaller size
  11. Just trying a new lens, an Otomat 20mm f2.8 stacked image of 112 pics
  12. Spider found dead in the garden this morning, a stack of 117 images using a Vivitar 90mm macro on Fuji XT2 and 3x Godox 350f flashguns
  13. Clicker, Happy to oblige, the lens used for this image was a microtek film scanner lens rated 4000 di attached via helicoid to a Fuji XT2, the camera was mounted on a Wemacro focusing rail. I shot 217 compressed RAW images lit by 3 Godox 350mm flashguns, the subject was set and mounted on my xyzr displacement platform, the flash difuser I used was dome from a large led bulb. I use Helicon Focus stacking software 217 images at 45 micron steps, about 90 minutes and a futher 45 minutes for Helican focus to crunch them down to a single image, this is transferred to photoshop about another hour cleaning up the image, so around 4/5 hours for this shot, setting the fly can take quite a while to make it look natural . Simple really
  14. 217 image stack of a Red soldier beetle Rhagonycha fulva
  15. JamesT, yes, it would have been the whole fly, this is a hard crop of the stacked image.
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