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How about drinking a Canoncino, Takumar Sunrise, or just a Zeiss cold beer? I'm sure you have all seen the photoshopped picture of the Zoom Lens Coffee Mug. ...
How many times have you been searching on E-bay or at the local thrift store and found an old zoom lens that was going for a couple of ...
So what you want to do is remove all the lenses and mechanisms from lens so you can fit the largest possible drinking glass in their place. Every ...
You might have to start from the bayonet mount and work out, but this one had three screws on the side so the back of the lens could ...
Now you need to work out which parts of the lens are visible when it is together and how little of the lens is needed to keep it ...
So now you can take your skeleton zoom lens to your favourite second hand shop and find the perfect drinking glass. I took my skeleton lens to the ...
After re-assembling the lens, I ended up with a hollow cylinder (pic 1) with nothing between the aperture and the front. Because the lip of my glass was ...
So here it is, the hopefully popular, zoom lens drinking cup conversion. As you can see, you can drink wide open (f3.8 in pic 2) or with increased ...
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