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To achieve higher magnification you can use extension tubes, reversing rings and lens couplers. Extension tubes are the easiest to work with because they have electrical contacts, which connect your lens to your camera. This way you can still retain connectivity and functionality like aperture control. You can have a look at this question: How can I ...


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Yes, extension tubes or reversed lens. The greater the magnification, the higher the actual f/stop number goes. Things get harder at such magnifications. Use the 105 macro lens, forget the 18-200 for this. Or for "larger than macro lens", this is becoming very popular too (on the long macro lens): ...


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Yes, you may use the MP-E 65mm lens on a Canon T3. No, you do not need any adapters. Just realize that the MP-E 65 is a different type of lens than what you are probably used to. Not only is it a manual focus only lens, but at each magnification setting there is only a single distance the lens is capable of focusing. The way most users focus is to set the ...



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