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Harold Gough



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PostPosted: Thu Sep 25, 2008 5:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Harold Gough wrote:
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I adapted the Olympus Telescopic Extension with a Nikon mount on the rear.


I like the way you mention this almost as if it were any everyday task.

I can't remember the circumstances in which I considered the possibility of doing this to some lens or other. I have no engineering ability or tools so I would be reliant upon being able to swap baseplates and using the same screw holes. How close is this to being realistic? Are there any helpful weblinks?

Harold


I now remember what I wanted to do and here is a link:

http://photo.net/olympus-camera-forum/00QxzL

Harold
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