tl;dr: good Fuji X lens for toy (10-30cm) photography?
I'm a fresh Fujifilm X-T20 owner. I'm planning to replace a Nikon D7000 with it, for gunpla photography. Problem is, I'm not yet sure what kind of lens should I use for this purpose on X-T20. Specifically, with Nikon I was just using a zoom - very nice 18-200, put the camera on a tripod, aim it at the subject, fire. For Fuji, I can probably go with XF55-200 as it'll give me similar close-up capabilities - but there's also a XF60 macro that'd allow me to do some close ups. I guess I just don't have enough experience with different lenses, and I'm unsure what will be the exact benefit of dedicated macro lens like that XF60mm. Will they differ significantly with regard to the minimal distance they can focus at? I remember this being an annoying factor when I tried to do some of my gunpla photos with a p&s (Sony RX100M3) - having to step back from the table and leaving a lot of margin in the composition.
FWIW, here's a breakdown of the data for my gunpla photos (EDIT: link removed) - sadly, only selected lenses/cameras combinations recored things like focus distance.
EDIT: for the record, I've gone for MC-EX16 ring and 55-200. I like the effect I'm getting so far, both with ring and without, and I'll be testing the studio setup once I'm back home.