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Re: Which Macro?

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If you are on a budget you might think about the EX-25 extension tube and use it with the 45-150. Here is an example and the picture that is currently on the front page rotation of the Olympus site. Taken manual focus with the ex-25 and the 45-150

Very nice shot, especially considering the lens setup.

The 70-300 could be a good setup with the EX-25.

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Re: Which Macro?

I have not tried the 70-300 with the Ex 25 yet. Might give it a shot once I start seeing more bugs.
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