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Dec 14, 2018 20:26:00   #
newtoyou Loc: Eastport
 
Using a LED flash with a fixed on, I put tubes, three steps, up to 112mm. So , fixed light, canon T2l and 40mm x 1.28 lens plus tubes. Thanks for looking.
Bill


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Dec 14, 2018 21:14:02   #
Mark Sturtevant Loc: Grand Blanc, MI
 
👍 It does look like there is a light leak or internal reflections. Either one can be helped by flocking the insides of the tubes.

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Dec 14, 2018 22:26:17   #
newtoyou Loc: Eastport
 
Mark Sturtevant wrote:
👍 It does look like there is a light leak or internal reflections. Either one can be helped by flocking the insides of the tubes.


Ah- ha. How about a tube, cut to length, of flat black art paper? Do not want to alter tubes.
Bill

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Dec 14, 2018 22:36:10   #
newtoyou Loc: Eastport
 
Mark Sturtevant wrote:
👍 It does look like there is a light leak or internal reflections. Either one can be helped by flocking the insides of the tubes.


And, is that in all, or just the higher magnification?. I see the lightening, thought it was my light system.
Like Gary, I am still feeling my way.
Bill

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Dec 15, 2018 04:57:43   #
EnglishBrenda Loc: Kent, England
 
The first one does not seem to have the light problem and is nice. Light could be entering the viewfinder or the tube connections so perhaps try covering these possible inlets to reduce the number of culprits. I often get this when I am using the screeen and forget to cover the viewfinder especially in a very well lit situation.

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Dec 15, 2018 14:20:19   #
sippyjug104 Loc: Missouri
 
Looking good. I love seeing spiders as part of this hobby now and yours is a dandy and it posed well for you. Thanks for sharing it and I look forward to seeing your future work.

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Dec 16, 2018 17:55:56   #
newtoyou Loc: Eastport
 
EnglishBrenda wrote:
The first one does not seem to have the light problem and is nice. Light could be entering the viewfinder or the tube connections so perhaps try covering these possible inlets to reduce the number of culprits. I often get this when I am using the screeen and forget to cover the viewfinder especially in a very well lit situation.


Thank you. I have not had a chance to shoot a shot using your's and Mark's suggestions, but I believe you two are correct.
Bill

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