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My Father just gave me a Nikon Focusing Stage PG-2 from when he used to shoot.Some quick Google/eBay/Nikonians searching didn't yield much. I shoot Macro infrequently but enjoy toying around as a hobbyist now and then.Are these still as practical today as they were 20 years ago?Does this have much value on the used market?Thanks for any guidance...
Looks like about any other focus rail.Not sure if it will work with DSLRs, though, with the monitor and controls on the back.
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