Has anyone stacked lenses or used a bellows with a DSLR? I have seen nice digital close-ups, even > 1:1 repro. Though I can't claim to have done anything spectacular with my N8008s film camera, I still balk at switching to digital only because the loss of automation (trial error would be okay) but if much of my other equipment can't be used with a D100, I could never afford to replace a number of items. I have two AF Nikkors, a 28mmD and a 60mm non-D - if stacking a telephoto D lens with a shorter lens would give bellows type results, I would purchase a DSLR and a AF telephoto. I don't want to get into scanning slides...I have been using enlarging lenses and a duplicating lens on PK13 + old Leica tubes w/ a Sunpak555 on a film SLR) Any suggestions?