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drizzt

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Cilnia humeralis L3/4

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Oxypilus "Tyson" distinctus

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Pseudoharpax virescens virescens L3/4

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Tarachodes sp. L5/6

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Kriss

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I have seen loads of your Pics Drizzt and they are all fantastic.

You seem to be able to capture alot of detail in your photos.

I actually have one of your older pictures as my back groud on my computer I liked it so much. :D

I espeacially like the pictures of the Oxypilus distinctus. They are a great looking mantid and I hope to keep these myself one day.

 

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You might have answered this question before on another topic, but what kind of camera and lenses are you using? That's some good photography.

 

drizzt

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Heheh i answered that question many times now!

Its not even dslr..

Fuji s9600 with Raynox macro converter and two separate lamps.

Im thinking about Pentax K100D.. or maybe Olympus e400/410...

 

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