Author 'Jacques.marcandelli' (Id 195004 ) : I've always had an attraction to the super macro with close-up shots very close together. Unfortunately I don't have the hardware (super target, ring allong or bellows) that allows me to realize that the more I have only one APN bridge... But I remembered that in my youth I had done a few experiments with a co, 50mm upside-down. So I searched my old co Ricoh 50mm F1. 7 that I taped (yes !!!) in front of the Lumix FZ8.
However, I remembered the very shallow depth of field obtained by the 'editing' done. So I did a series of photos in Focus stacking with the software Combine ZM. So I take 10/15 photos with the APN set on a book in front of a coin of 1 euro cent tilted at 45 dg history to see the depth of field. Good the end result is not perfect because I bougais the APN by hand to adjust the focus so the pictures were not perfectly aligned but I find that it is not too bad for a test