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Budi

Remember that there are three main things that afecft depth of field -- f-stop, focal length and distance to focus point. So if one thing, such as f-stop, does not do the job, then look to other things. Try more of a telephoto focal length. One reason I have extension tubes is so that I can focus close with any telephoto focal length -- I don't have to have a "macro" lens. Or look at distance -- get close to your subject and be sure that things in the background are not close behind it. Sometimes moving around or up and down can really change what is behind your subject. Rob

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