Yes, it’s a bad title. And, yes, it’s a mediocre photo (at best).
But I’m in a bit of a hurry today. Well, not a hurry, exactly, but this is all I can do today.
I did find out that the 75-150mm E Series can achieve a reproduction ratio of 2.4:1 when reversed and stacked on 100mm of extension. This is rather nice, and easy to work with, what with the 3mm depth of field at f/8, which definitely beats the n micrometers I’ve been working with for the past few days…
D7000. Nikon 75-150mm f/3.5 E Series, reversed, and extended by 100mm. ISO100, .4 seconds (AP mode), f/8.