With the 105/f2.8 AFD Micro-Nikkor, I have 52mm threads and 1:1. It sounds as if I can't really use this combo since the ES-1 threads on the front of the lens and the 105 can't focus closely enough to get the slide in focus?
I have the PK-13, so it sounds as if I can just mount the PK-13 onto the back of my 55/2.8 AIS, thread the ES-1 onto the front and then as long as I'm intending to duplicate the entire frame, I can just tape the parts in alignment and run a variety of slides through it? I would think that manual exposure would be the most appropriate method, unless the original slide is badly exposed to begin with. (Unfortunately many of them are.)
_____ Brian... a bicoastal Nikonian and Team Member
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