I am trying to “scan” Kodachrome/Ektachrome slides from the 40’s-60’s. I am considering buying the Nikon ES-1 slide copier. I do not have a macro lens, any suggestions? I have a Nikon D40. I am going into this quite blind, I’m not sure what I am doing but I would like to do a good job preserving these photos by converting them to digital. I will do lots of research, but I am worried my old Nikon D40 isn’t capable of giving me good quality. Do you think it is worth buying a used macro lens and using the ES-1 to do this? I just don’t know if my camera is too obselete to give good quality. It is important that they are as accurate as possible, the colors are beautiful and my grandfather was quite good! I have read that the Nikon 40mm f 2.8 is a good option for my camera, do you think so? I also am unsure of settings I should use and what to use for a consistent light source. Lots of research to do…but any suggestions of help would be so appreciated! Thank you!