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If your serious about visoflex I have just about all the info you might need to put a small system together. I found it as easy to use as my Nikon FG and Micro nikkor set-up. The 90mm F4 Macro may be the way to go, it gets down to 1:3 which is just about the same as using a viso with the first version 90 f2.8 or the famous Elmar 65 f3.5. There is a big difference between Close-up and Macro, if your looking for macro then a bellows is needed. Chris At 07:52 PM 7/31/2008, you wrote: >Put the M8 in the bag, and go get a R8/R9 + DMR. Using a Visoflex is a bit >daunting...... >M cameras were never really convenient for close-ups...... never. > >( watch this hit the fan......) > >Frank Filippone >firstname.lastname@example.org > >If I want to do closeup stuff with my M8, what do I need? >Can I use any of my m lenses? > >-- >Leo Wesson > > > > >_______________________________________________ >Leica Users Group. >See http://leica-users.org/mailman/listinfo/lug for more information Chris Saganich, M.S. Senior Physicist, Office of Health Physics Weill Medical College of Cornell University New York Presbyterian Hospital email@example.com http://intranet.med.cornell.edu/research/health_phys/ Ph. 212.746.6964 Fax. 212.746.4800 Office A-0049 "I am the radiation"