My objective is to get a copy stand to photograph my large collection of comic books (for ease 10.5x7in) for the comic product. I am not sure which stand yet, but for this size product, fixed to a stand (lighting a different subject) what lens should I get? I’ve seen the 60mm micro D and newer G recommend and also a 55 some version. My goal is to capture in the product all kinds of things older comics carry: creases, blemishes, corner tears, etc. I’ve found a scanner just does not capture this on a flatbed scanner at my specifications. Even at 600 dpi. Which takes way to long. Price is a factor but quality is a focus: including the overall intended use. Any other thoughts on a lens choice? I’ll have a workflow in place, setting comic, remote trigger for vibration, and all the settings manual to dial an exact replica image. Autofocus is probably needed, but don’t mind manual settings. I want something FX with my D800. Given your preference, please recommend if you can a good place to find one, with recommend spend. Thanks!