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Tuesday, July 12, 2011

This is a 4.5X high magnification image of a close up of an eye from one of my printed images to show the dot pattern of color printing.  It was taken with a specialty lens, the Canon MP-E 60mm macro.  This lens has a limited focusing range beginning at 1X (1.5X on APS) and continuing to 5X (7X on an APS sensor).  Such high magnification makes its behavior more like that of a low-powered microscope.  I used it on a Canon EOS T2i that I use exclusively with this lens.  The smaller APS sensor of the T2i results in 1.5 times greater magnification than would a camera with a full frame sensor.

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