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These lenses can be mounted on a Nikon full frame camera. They may not have all of the features and capabilities such as auto-focus or auto-exposure. Mounting these lenses will not damage the lens or
Every computer, monitor, printer configuration and performance is different. In order to achieve accurate, repeatable reproduction you will have to calibrate your monitor. If you want prints to
While it is possible possible to upsize a file's resolution size, you would do so by changing the number of pixels or percentage in the size setting. Be sure to constrain proportions so as not to distort
So you answered your own question. The maximum capability of the output device determines the maximum dpi in which the photo should be saved. Only with a printer that can output at 600dpi would you
I would go with the macro. Another option or in addition to the macro would be to add a set of extender tubes, even to the 18-55. That might get you what you are looking for with more flexibility.