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Old Nov 26, 2004, 2:29 PM   #1
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I just received my new FZ15 and I want to get a good "beginner" macro setup. I am currently considering the combination of a Raynox rt5264p 52mm adapter and a Nikon 4t macro lens. Is there any advantage to going with a Nikon 6t macro lens and a 62mm adapter? I have no other lenses that need to fit the camera, so I don't have to consider anything in that area. Also what is a good 52mm UV filter I can use to protect my camera lens? I would love to know what some of the more experienced users in this forum think I should do.


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Old Nov 26, 2004, 4:27 PM   #2
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No reported problems with the 52mm setup. Smaller and cheaper' so why not. I have been using a Quantaray uv filter for some time and am very pleased with it. Pick up a 52mm at Ritz camera store.
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