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One might wish to inquire “what’s the advantage of reversing a lens”. The normal design of a camera lens is to image a curved vista and project this image on a flat surface such as film or digital chip. When we image super close, in most cases the subject will be flat or nearly flat and depth-of-field will be super shallow. Best we use a lens that is ...


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If you want the highest magnification possible, then the 18-55 might yield that at 18mm. But if you want better image quality, the 50mm f/1.8, being a prime will probably yield that. BTW, there are two types of macro reversal rings: ones that let you mount a reversed lens directly to the camera mount, and others that are basically male-to-male filter rings, ...



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