Thanks for the quick replyHave you even tried a search? If you did, you'd have found the Tamron 90mm to be a recommended lens.
Sorry its Canon...You didn't even mention the camera that you are using.
Thanks for the link...really appreciate ALL YOUR REPLIES
This is a good source of info to start off. :thumbsup:
Canon 100mm Macro ($800 plus) would be nice to have if you have the budget. If you want "IS" then have to fork out about 400 more.Hi to All,
I wanted to try MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY...
but i don't know which Lens I should buy...
Any SUGGESTIONS that is "Lower cost but Good Result on Macro"Huh?
Budget maybe 500-700sgd?Huh
Hope to hear from your suggestions...
I remembered paying more than one hundred for a set of these.Dear dlareg.
I have a cheap solution for you !!
Extension Tubes. They cost around $18 at the shop in Fortune Centre, on Middle Road. (I forgot their name)
Hi, Nmadness. Are you ***? If the lens you mentioned is the VR105 F2.8 ED micro Nikkor, its close focus is 1 foot and working distance is 6 inches at 1:1 ratio. What on earth do you need a Raynox for? It is unnecessary and will lower the quality of the image.Erm.... I m still newbie in macro photography, currently i got 105VR F2.8. now i thinking to get Raynox DCR-250, not sure whether the combination works well together or not ?
Heard there also Raynox DCR-150 too, not sure which to get?
I interested to take some still object plus sometime insects, flower etc...
btw do i need a extension tube too? Thanks.