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Welcome to Nikonians,

One of the features of a dSLR is the ability to interchange lenses so one can put on a special purpose or lens designed for a very specific task. So one does not have a single lens that does everything.

You can purchase:



The list is in the order of Image Quality and price.

You might also want to read the Close-up and Macro Photography article.

George
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