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"At The Barbers" caught this gorgeous Lacy Scorpion fish...
"At The Barbers"  caught this gorgeous Lacy Scorpion fish... by Debi Henshaw
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Posted: Monday, March 23, 2009- (3/23/2009 1:39:00 AM)
Category: Macro - not swimming
location: Sulu and Sulawesi Seas Indonesia
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Question this message is importantDebbie...

Really like your work...I'm heading to Lembeh next month and wondered which macro lens to pack. 105 is great for nudis, but the 60 would be better for devil fish, etc.

Which lens did you use for your recent postings ?

Larry
 
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message Hi Larry, Thanks for your compliment. Hard choice as I love using both but I do find the 60mm a bit more versatile and all my postings are with the 60mm plus I use either a x2 or x4 diopter on the 60mm which gets you in nice and close to pygmies or shrimps but also allows you to get back and get some larger stuff too. I'm off there on Sunday and looking forward to trying out my new teleconverter. :o)
 
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