OK, but I wouldn't be so that means I get bit, right?lion rock said:
Jack Douglas said:OK, but I wouldn't be so that means I get bit, right?lion rock said:
found that one in the garden:
I am not a zoologist but an interested amateur.Nice shot. So these are European spiders then, we have them in the UK, or at least it looks the same to me!
Same here. With one expectation:I love spiders (they eat flies you know) but ...
I hate spider web on my face!
I liked the EF 100 non-L Macro for its optical performance. And it was my first macro lens.One of my favorite lenses...good job!
The 100 non-L macro is both my first (and still only) macro, and my first prime. I use it in a static (studio) situation, tethered, and I've pretty much decided to dedicate my T6i to that setup. I get nice uniform results with it and therefore don't want to change a thing there.Thanks for all the compliments.
I liked the EF 100 non-L Macro for its optical performance. And it was my first macro lens.
And I can note that IQ was almost as good as the 100L macro.
But HIS, 3-step focus limiter and built quality makes the 100L more flexible. That and the the better look made me fall in love with the 100L.
That's why I sold the non-L.