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Thanks for the responses on enantiornithes.
Be patient, I have another question now: I would try to take UV photos of
some specimens, but here we cannot afford such expensive UV dedicated
lenses as, say, the Micro Nikkor UV.
I have read that it is possible to take UV photos in an economical way
using an uncoated lens (like old pre WWII lenses) plus a "black UV
transparent filter".I am rather a good photographer, but I never tried UV
photography, thus I wonder if anyone used this method, is there some tip I
should know? And, does anyone know under which commercial names such UV
transparent filters are traded (brand, specs)?
Thanks in advance, and if you feel that my query is uninteresting for other
listmembers, please reply offlist at
Any help is greatly appreciated.
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