I was playing a bit with some "old" glass earlier this evening using one of my favorite macro subjects-a watch(I also collect watches). This was taken with a pre-AI 55mm 3.5 Micro mounted on a set of Novaflex bellows with my D800. Illumination was via a 3-strobe Norman set up(two umbrellas for the main lighting, and a 12" reflector on the wall behind to cut shadows). All strobes were at 200 w-s. The subject was roughly 330mm from the focal plane, which if I'm not too rusty on my Macro math works out to 6x life size. The lens was set to a marked f/5.6 aperture, and I'm really too lazy to figure out what the "real" aperture is. I probably should have reversed the lens, but couldn't find a reversing ring. I'm pretty pleased with how this turned out, though.