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 Posted: Sat Aug 3rd, 2019 20:35
jk



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For macro with static objects (therefore not wildlife) then a wideangle or shorter focal length lens provides greater magnification for less extension.   

Also never forget that a simple reversed lens makes for a great macro.
Just get one of these or similar.
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/52mm-Macro-Reverse-Lens-Adapter-Protection-Filter-Ring-Nikon-AI-F-Mount/273623831652?hash=item3fb5405464:g:7YAAAOSwVAtcH~5h

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/52mm-Reverse-Macro-Adapter-For-Nikon-Al-F-Mount-Lens-Protection-Filter-Ring-UK/262872713011?epid=920861202&hash=item3d346f4733:g:KC4AAOSw2gxYwE2H



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