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idk i liked this one
didnt knew you could use your lens backwards

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>>4081790
Oh yeah. Boomers used to do this all the time with their manual cameras back in the day, especially when they couldn't afford real macro lenses. I prefer using an extension tube for ghetto macro work, though.
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woah i didn't know that either

the focus on my lens only works when it's plugged in tho ;_;
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>>4082564

autofocus is of limited use for macro anyways

I frequently don't even use the focus ring and just move the camera
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>>4082566
i don't just mean autofocus, i mean i can't manual focus unless it's plugged in

but my god you're right about just moving the camera

thanks for the new idea to mess around with
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>>4082564
>>4082567
Novoflex offers automatic lens reverse adapters for this purpose
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Lenses take something big (the scene) and project it onto something small (sensor). Turn it around and it does the opposite, projects something small onto something big (sensor). At least that's how I think it works
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>>4082621
You never used binoculars or an ocular telescope?



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