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Using the Canon MP-E 65 macro lens with the LM Makrostativ3 macro stand in a studio setting
The Canon MP-E 65 macro lens is an interesting alternative to conventional stereo microscopes. With a magnification scale ranging between 1:1 and 5:1, even microscopic details can be made visible.
In recent years, the Canon macro lens (filter thread 58 mm) has gained a small circle of fans within the macro scene. With the Canon MP-E 65, a relatively large magnification range can be covered with only one lens (1:1 to 5:1, which equates to a 5x zoom).
In order to achieve the best possible image quality, it is advisable to use a sturdy stand with rack and pinion, especially for stationary use in the studio or laboratory. Our LM Makrostativ3 stand provides everything that is needed to exploit the full potential of the Canon MP-E 65 macro lens. It is also ideal if the camera is controlled via the PC or Mac because it helps to further reduce motion/vibration blurs
When creating professional macro photographs it is essential to exactly position the camera and to set the focus to the right level of detail. This degree of precision is extremely difficult to achieve with freehand photography and/or when using a normal tripod. Moreover, working without a stable stand with rack and pinion requires much more time.
The LM Makrostativ3 is attached either directly to the camera body or, better yet, to the lens support. The key requirement is to achieve as stable a connection as possible between the camera and the lens, in order to reduce the vibrations that lead to shaky and blurred images.
The Canon MP-E 65 macro lens is most frequently used in nature photography. At the lowest zoom setting (1:1), it is a very compact lens and also fits any camera bag without difficulty.
At larger magnifications, the lens extends to around 3 times this length.
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|Makrostativ3||LM macro stand 3 with an extremely stable profile pillar with a length of 500mm, precise height adjustment with rack and pinion, quick coupling with quick-release plate, both black anodized and a black and white removable object disk |
US $ 1217.7
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