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February 28, 2009

DIY Macro Adapter using Binoculars and a Film Canister

at 5:29 am. Filed under Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks


Dave Peterson sent in this cool Macro Adapter that he built for his Olympus FE-310. It is a wonderful combination of used and disposable parts, you would never guess what it was made from by judging the results alone!

"Took the objective lens out of a pair of MultiTech Survivor DCF 8×22 binoculars, cut out the center of a Fujifilm 35mm canister lid, cut the bottom half off the canister, mounted the lens on the tapered part of the lid (nice fit!) and the canister fits well on the lens barrel of my Olympus FE-310 digital for an amazingly close macro shot."



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