A&P Nikon Lens Question?

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  1. alwayz

    alwayz OT F+N lurker crew

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    On a nikon camera n65 slr....is there lenses to attach to the main lens to make it a macro(close up capable?) I thought there was small filter lens avail for under 20.00 each that help with this

    any reccomendations for a website to look on?





    Sorry for the ignorance:confused:
     
  2. ibewill

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    you can get some close up lenses which attach to the front of your current lens. im not sure what lens you have on your n65 so i dont know what size you need. if you have the Nikkor 28-80mm f/3.3-5.6G Autofocus Lens that comes in the kit with the n65 body then you need 58mm, otherwise you'll have to check. id suggest getting a set of +1, +2, and +3 close up lenses. you can also use multiple close up lenses at once so you can have +1 and +3 at the same time to get +4, etc. using a normal lens with a close up lens attached to it also wont produce images that are as sharp as those with a macro lens. b&h has a selection of them here b&h
     
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    I'd suggest a true macro lense over the closeup attachments. B&H is a good site. Unfortunately it's in NY and the shipping is bloody murder.
     
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