1. Canon MP-E 65mm f/2.8 1-5X


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    Olá, amiguinhos do vlog do zack. No primeiro vídeo de 2014 temos outra prime especializada em fotografia macro, Canon MP-E 65mm f/2.8 1-5X. A única objetiva deste tipo para SLR, permite ampliação até 5X através de um sistema helicoidal integrado, facilitando o trabalho a partir de 1X sem a necessidade de tubos extensores ou sanfonas. A qualidade de imagem é alta e os defeitos difíceis de encontrar; apenas uma leve perda de resolução nas bordas em 1X e f/2.8 e CA axial em objetos tridimensionais de poucas cores. Amo vocês, um beijo, muán! http://www.facebook.com/vlogdozack http://www.twitter.com/vlogdozack http://www.youtube.com/vlogdozack http://www.vimeo.com/vlogdozack http://www.flickr.com/vlogdozack http://www.vlogdozack.tumblr.com http://www.instagram.com/vlogdozack

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    • Crystal Timelapses


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      Various crystallization sequences, shot using a Canon MP-E 65mm macro lens Music by Michael McCann (Deus Ex: Human Revolution - L.I.M.B. Clinic)

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      • iPad Retina Display Test and IPS Comparison


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        IMPORTANT: Make sure to view this video in full screen. Watching the video embedded in the browser will create aliasing defeating the purpose of this demonstration. Vector video test pattern, 1x to 5x extreme pixel magnification and saturation tests. Download and test the vector pattern on your iPad 2 or the New iPad yourself here: http://www.voicewalk.net/Vector_Pattern.pdf Photo of the macro photography rig: http://www.voicewalk.net/rig2.jpg Visit our new blog at: www.voicewalk.net

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        • but it exists


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          This was our video we showed at the Seattle BYOB http://www.byobworldwide.com/ Find 15 minutes of alone time, grab a nice set of headphones, and enjoy. We filmed with a Canon 5d MkII, Canon EF 100mm 2.8 macro lens, and Canon 65mm MP-E 2.8 macro lens. The music is Sigur Rós - Svefn-g-englar

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          • Living Sacrfice - Overkill Exposure


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            When you get contacted to do a Living Sacrifice video, you don't say no. They practically laid the foundation for every metal band I grew up listening to. I went out to dinner with Bruce (vocals) the night before the shoot at a venue where they played their third show ever, and he enjoyed reminding me I was two years old when that happened. So good. I also kind of snuck into the YMCA and jumped in the pool with my clothes on to shoot the underwater clip. That wasn't awkward... Directed/Shot/Edited by Michael Dalton Talent - Drew Smith / Casey Stewart and some bodies Label - Solid State Records Shot on Canon 7D with L Glass , 90mm Tilt Shift and 65mm MP-E Edited in FCP Graded in Color

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            • The Long Journey (of a slug)


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              http://www.tomguilmette.com It has been a while since I posted a bit of art on vimeo! I found a banana slug in a Redwood grove in northern California a few days ago. I shot the slug for a few minutes using the Canon 5Dmk2 and super sick Canon MP-E 65mm f2.8 zooming macro lens. You can download the original 1.5GB apple pro res 422 file here: http://www.tomguilmette.com/wp/onlinefilm-gallery/canon-5dmk2-films/a-long-journey-of-a-slug

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              • A Tiny World


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                Big things small, and small things big. Canon MP-E 65mm 7D music by http://www.dooeydecibel.com

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                • Trap-Jaw Ants: testing the Canon 7D macro (100mm & 65mm MP-E lenses)


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                  South American trap-jaw ants (Odontomachus chelifer) provide my first hd video test of the 7d's macro capabilities. Recorded in 1080p, 24 fps, ISO 1600 using the Canon 100mm f2.8 macro and the Canon MP-E 65mm 1-5x macro. Lighting was provided by a diffused LED array. more photographs at www.alexanderwild.com

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                  • 2 onboard cams on a Three Dee MP-E


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                    In this video, 3 cams: 1/ From the ground 2/ Another on the heli boom 3/ last on the rotor head ! Both onboard cams are the Key Chain Cam 808 from ebay. More info here : http://aerololo.free.fr/articles.php?lng=fr&pg=628

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                    • Creepy Crawlies - Letus Ultimate Macro Test


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                      http://www.tomguilmette.com I bought the Canon MP-E 65mm f2.8 manual 1-5x macro lens a month ago and today was the first time I had a chance to try it out. The lens is $1000.00 and it is a specialty lens. It is good for only one thing, macro photos and video (using Letus DOF adapters or a video-enabled DSLR). This lens is sweet. I love it. I attached it to my Sony PMW-EX1 with the Letus Ultimate 35mm lens adapter and left the manual film lens aperture wide open. The resulting shallow depth of field is unlike anything I have ever seen. This lens was a real challenge to focus. The way it works is simple… You just get the object you want to focus on in the sweet spot of the lens… around 1-2 inches from the dime sized front lens element. If you want to get even closer, you twist the focus barrel on the lens and move the camera slightly back. This effectively “zooms” the lens in to 5x (lots of lens focus breathing on this thing) and the lens works like a microscope. I was amazed at how close I could get to the insects and the detail that the lens reveled on their tiny bodies. You cannot use this lens for anything other than macro work. It just will not focus to infinity or to half a meter for that matter! Keep this stuff in mind as you watch the video above. I was shooting in late afternoon light, deep under tree cover. There was little light on the forest floor. I worked on a single rotten log, finding the centipede and the grub living the bug’s life on the soft decaying wood. I shot for about an hour splitting the time between the centipede and the grub. Pulling focus was difficult and the DOF was a hair. Notice how soft and blown out (focus wise) the back ground is. It looks like I shot in a studio! So why not use this Canon lens on the Canon 5dmk2? The Sony EX1 and Letus Ultimate just have a look that I am very fond of. I really like having the extra weight and proper camera functions. I used my Vinten baby legs and the Vinten Vision 10 AS tripod head. This got me real close to the ground and next to the bug infested deadfall. I love this Canon lens and I am looking forward to using the ring flash unit to capture some great macro photography. I find it amazing that something as small as a bug, is full of incredible detail! Look for the missing leg on the centipede and the tiny hairs on the grub in the video.

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