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Author Topic: Macro with Nikon D90+Nikkor50mm f1.8D+Raynox DCR250  (Read 60678 times)

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Re: Macro with Nikon D90+Nikkor50mm f1.8D+Raynox DCR250
« Reply #280 on: January 03, 2012, 11:08:16 AM »
mga master.. i've been reading reviews about raynox and reverse ring setup.. ano po mas recommend nyo na setup, 50mm 1.8D with raynox or 18-55 reverse ring setup? TIA

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Re: Macro with Nikon D90+Nikkor50mm f1.8D+Raynox DCR250
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Re: Macro with Nikon D90+Nikkor50mm f1.8D+Raynox DCR250
« Reply #281 on: January 07, 2012, 06:47:47 PM »
pop-up flash lng po ba gamit nyo dito then fill flash?

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Re: Macro with Nikon D90+Nikkor50mm f1.8D+Raynox DCR250
« Reply #282 on: January 12, 2012, 11:24:47 AM »
mga master.. i've been reading reviews about raynox and reverse ring setup.. ano po mas recommend nyo na setup, 50mm 1.8D with raynox or 18-55 reverse ring setup? TIA

na try ko na yung 2 setup, medyo nahirapan talaga ako pag reverse ring setup, so I ended up sa 50mm + raynox, sa 18-55mm manual talaga lahat (yun daw challenge dun  ;D) and sa quality ng shot, I would say mas maganda talaga pag reverse ring setup, kaso mahirap, sa 50mm + raynox walang hirap, nag AF parin kahit naka kabit yung raynox filter, sa flash naman, mas maganda kung naka speedlight ka, pero kung pop up flash naman need mo parin diffuser para hindi sunog or over exposed yung picture... and kagandahan din sa raynox filter, pag serious ka talga mag macro, pwede mo parin ilagay sa macro lens yung raynox filter... and wala ka nang hirap sa pag tanggal ng lens, iwas dust din sa loob ng body mo... opinion ko lang naman ito, kanya kanyang style parin, nasayo kung san ka mas mag eenjoy... good luck bro. ;D

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Re: Macro with Nikon D90+Nikkor50mm f1.8D+Raynox DCR250
« Reply #283 on: January 12, 2012, 02:42:26 PM »
na try ko na yung 2 setup, medyo nahirapan talaga ako pag reverse ring setup, so I ended up sa 50mm + raynox, sa 18-55mm manual talaga lahat (yun daw challenge dun  ;D) and sa quality ng shot, I would say mas maganda talaga pag reverse ring setup, kaso mahirap, sa 50mm + raynox walang hirap, nag AF parin kahit naka kabit yung raynox filter, sa flash naman, mas maganda kung naka speedlight ka, pero kung pop up flash naman need mo parin diffuser para hindi sunog or over exposed yung picture... and kagandahan din sa raynox filter, pag serious ka talga mag macro, pwede mo parin ilagay sa macro lens yung raynox filter... and wala ka nang hirap sa pag tanggal ng lens, iwas dust din sa loob ng body mo... opinion ko lang naman ito, kanya kanyang style parin, nasayo kung san ka mas mag eenjoy... good luck bro. ;D

thanks sir sa advice..  :)

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Re: Macro with Nikon D90+Nikkor50mm f1.8D+Raynox DCR250
« Reply #284 on: February 03, 2012, 10:58:29 PM »
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Re: Macro with Nikon D90+Nikkor50mm f1.8D+Raynox DCR250
« Reply #285 on: February 23, 2012, 09:54:18 PM »
Im waiting for my Raynox, sama dumating bukas... hehehe

Ms Lis thank you pala sa mga urgent reply... Im excited na itry sa 35mm 1.8G ko. Hopefully makakuha din ako ng 50mm by next week. Thanks sa mga suggestions Fujiko and Burning....  ;D
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Re: Macro with Nikon D90+Nikkor50mm f1.8D+Raynox DCR250
« Reply #286 on: February 24, 2012, 09:40:38 AM »
Im waiting for my Raynox, sama dumating bukas... hehehe

Ms Lis thank you pala sa mga urgent reply... Im excited na itry sa 35mm 1.8G ko. Hopefully makakuha din ako ng 50mm by next week. Thanks sa mga suggestions Fujiko and Burning....  ;D

good luck sir...enjoy your raynox... ;D

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Re: Macro with Nikon D90+Nikkor50mm f1.8D+Raynox DCR250
« Reply #287 on: February 24, 2012, 10:07:28 PM »
Got it!  ;D at si mam Lis pa nagdeliver on hand... Thank you so much mam...
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Re: Macro with Nikon D90+Nikkor50mm f1.8D+Raynox DCR250
« Reply #288 on: February 24, 2012, 10:25:24 PM »
dito sa new update ko, mga 10% crop, gumamit pa kasi ako ng +4 na filter saka ko nilagyan ng raynox, yup with sb600 flash din most of my macro shots.

mostly settings ko lang is Manual, f11, 1/200, iso 200.

thanks ma'am. ;D

Sir ano ung +4 na filter? medyo hindi ko gets.
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Re: Macro with Nikon D90+Nikkor50mm f1.8D+Raynox DCR250
« Reply #289 on: February 25, 2012, 09:13:28 AM »
Sir ano ung +4 na filter? medyo hindi ko gets.


 ;D +4 close up filter sir... tapos may raynox pa nakakabit ;D

parang ganito sir...


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Re: Macro with Nikon D90+Nikkor50mm f1.8D+Raynox DCR250
« Reply #290 on: February 25, 2012, 08:25:27 PM »
;D +4 close up filter sir... tapos may raynox pa nakakabit ;D

parang ganito sir...




I see that's why your images are that close to the subject. hindi talaga kaya un ng raynox lang eh. Where can u get these kind of filters sir?
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Re: Macro with Nikon D90+Nikkor50mm f1.8D+Raynox DCR250
« Reply #291 on: February 25, 2012, 11:08:07 PM »
I see that's why your images are that close to the subject. hindi talaga kaya un ng raynox lang eh. Where can u get these kind of filters sir?

sa tay-hua sir meron, pero yung sakin dati hiram ko lang sa friend ko, nasama pa nung nanakaw yung bag ko together with all my gears...  :'(

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Re: Macro with Nikon D90+Nikkor50mm f1.8D+Raynox DCR250
« Reply #292 on: February 26, 2012, 02:38:36 AM »
sa tay-hua sir meron, pero yung sakin dati hiram ko lang sa friend ko, nasama pa nung nanakaw yung bag ko together with all my gears...  :'(
Sad to hear that sir. Anyways, does this affect image quality whatsoever? and what would be the best buy? a +2 or +4?
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Re: Macro with Nikon D90+Nikkor50mm f1.8D+Raynox DCR250
« Reply #293 on: February 26, 2012, 09:12:59 AM »
Sad to hear that sir. Anyways, does this affect image quality whatsoever? and what would be the best buy? a +2 or +4?

ang effect lang siguro is mas lalapit lang ng konti, sa plain raynox kasi medyo malaking yung cropping mo, but pag may +4 filter medyo mas maganda yung IQ, mga 10% cropping nalang... mas okay yung +4 for me.

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Re: Macro with Nikon D90+Nikkor50mm f1.8D+Raynox DCR250
« Reply #294 on: February 26, 2012, 06:30:42 PM »
ang effect lang siguro is mas lalapit lang ng konti, sa plain raynox kasi medyo malaking yung cropping mo, but pag may +4 filter medyo mas maganda yung IQ, mga 10% cropping nalang... mas okay yung +4 for me.

Copy. I'm not really into Macro photography yet. I just wanna explore other fields, and this field looks promising.
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« Reply #295 on: February 27, 2012, 01:17:16 PM »
Copy. I'm not really into Macro photography yet. I just wanna explore other fields, and this field looks promising.

enjoy mag macro sir...try niyo ;D

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Re: Macro with Nikon D90+Nikkor50mm f1.8D+Raynox DCR250
« Reply #296 on: February 27, 2012, 09:18:17 PM »
enjoy mag macro sir...try niyo ;D

e tanung lang sir, lagi kc 4 per sets ung close up filter +1,+2,+4,+10... me sample ka ba sir ng +10 + raynox?
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Re: Macro with Nikon D90+Nikkor50mm f1.8D+Raynox DCR250
« Reply #297 on: March 08, 2012, 04:04:17 PM »
e tanung lang sir, lagi kc 4 per sets ung close up filter +1,+2,+4,+10... me sample ka ba sir ng +10 + raynox?

yung +10 na nabili ko sa tay hua di pwede kabitan ng raynox eh, walang pag iipitan ng raynox dun sa filter, wala rin ako sample images kasi kasama yung laptop ko sa nakuha nung magaling na magnanakaw :D

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