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Excellent description, MBd! Thank you so much! :)

 

I just wondered, what do you mean by high f-stop? High numbers? And what f-stop would be appropriate if you for instance should do a focus stacking of a flower with a macro lens?

I just ask because you explained it so well, and I want to understand it better.


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Thanks for your quick response MBd!

Yes I can imagine that one have to try different settings. I do have a full frame AND a micro 4/3 but I think I would prefer the full frame for this.

Flowers in a breeze.. challenging no matter what you do. ;) This time of year, I would have to buy some and shoot indoors.
Excellent excuse for getting flowers. ;)


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