Malaysian Jumping Spider

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Picosvistas
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Malaysian Jumping Spider

Post by Picosvistas »

Hyllus sp. Pahang, Malaysia.

Handheld stacks.

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Thank you for looking

Frank

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Post by zzffnn »

Beautifully done! What camera (Panasonic G9?), Lens and what camera setting (iso, aperture, shutter speed, approximate number of frames, subject size and done in approximately how many seconds)?

Your previous spider handheld stack is impossibly amazing as well.

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Post by Picosvistas »

Hi the specs were as follows:

Canon 5D mk4 100mm L macro lens.
First image was 8 frames F11 1/160th and 200 iso.
Second image: 10 frames F11 1/160th 200 iso
Third image: 8 frames 1/160th F14 200 iso

Time for each stack around 10-15 seconds. Spider has a body size of about 12mm.

Hope the above helps

Frank

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Post by hayath »

Awesome images, Frank!

That looks massive

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Re: Malaysian Jumping Spider

Post by 1of1snowflakes »

Picosvistas wrote:Hyllus sp. Pahang, Malaysia.

Handheld stacks.

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Image
Image

Thank you for looking

Frank

excellent work Frank!

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