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rjo3491 Registered since 19th Sep 2009
Sat 26-Jan-13 12:06 AM

Greetings All:

My D-90 is working again and it's time to start a new project (digitizing a few thousand Kodachrome Slides). I was about to drop $500 or so on a used scanner when I remembered that way far back on the top shelf of a closet I rarely access (in the dark, boxes covered in dust) are the Nikon slide copier and bellows I used to make prints of slides with my F2A. I have a macro lens - can I safely mount this equipment to my D-90 (I don't even want to attempt this without asking for fear of damaging the mount), or, do I need to drop $90 on an extension tube?

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