More Laowa 60mm Macro

Following on from my previous post about the Laowa 60mm Macro lens.  Here is a cropped shot of the small flies eyes that I showed in that post.

Even at this fairly large crop – the crispness of the lens can be seen.

Eye details of small fly from Laowa 60mm Macro Lens
Eye details of small fly from Laowa 60mm Macro Lens

These next 4 shots from the lens are the latest I have taken with it – as much to my surprise the Canon MPE-65mm lens was repaired very promptly by Colchester Camera Repair Service.  Very good service form them.  And I will be back to using that as my main lens – due to the automatic shutter advantage over the Laowa  – though it will certainly remain in my macro lens armoury.  More images from this summer taken on the Laowa – this time mounted on an OM-D EM5 mkII can be seen on my brothers website as I lent him the lens to try out.

The Waiting Spider
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV (0mm, f/0, 1/200 sec, ISO200)
The Waiting Spider
Smelling the flowers
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV (0mm, f/0, 1/200 sec, ISO200)
Smelling the flowers
Picture wings
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV (0mm, f/0, 1/200 sec, ISO250)
Picture wings
Picture Eyes
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV (0mm, f/0, 1/200 sec, ISO400)
Picture Eyes

All images taken on a Canon 5D Mk IV with flash from a YONGNUO YN24EX E TTL Macro Flash

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