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Lens setting for copying slides

Jamed600 Jamed600

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Jamed600 Gold Member Nikonian since 02nd Mar 2013
Tue 23-Feb-21 03:49 PM
A message was recently posted (under Z lenses) about digitizing slides. One response offered a video by Hudson Henry (approaching the scene 125). Great video and it got me started. I am using a used Nikon Micro 60mm G lens, Z7 and ES-2. Quite pleased with the results so far recognizing 50 year old slides/technology. Thus far I have the lens set at f5.6 and I am asking if this is the best setting for that lens given my use.
I have never used a 60 micro; bought it used from KEH so not sure what the sweet spot is but thought f5.6 should be close.

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