Hi everyone! I am new to photography, and have spent the past couple of weeks searching for answers to some questions, but have been unable to answer them myself. Could you help? I would like to take macro photos of items the size of small pieces of chocolate, AAA batteries, buttons etc, but lenses seem so expensive. Right now I have two lenses: the kit lens which is a 14-42mm 1:3.5-5.6 II, 0.25m/0.82 ft Olympus lens and a 40-150mm 1:4-5.6, 0.90m/2.96 ft Olympus lens. I have been looking at density filters, but a lot of the filters that are listed as fitting the E-PL2 state "37mm"/the 14-42mm lens. (Why 37?) as well as more affordable macro lenses (Holga and Vivitar for example). The MCON-P01 and MCON-P02 lens converters seem rather affordable, but some reviews say that it doesn't change much for the kit lens. Is this true? Which is the best of the three: Cheap macro lens, density filter, or macro converter? How do you know which filter, converter, or lenses fits each camera? I am looking for something affordable (under $100) for take still photos of objects the size of a piece of chocolate or AAA battery. I will not be printing the photos. If you wanted to take macro photos with an Olympus PEN E-PL2 with only around $100, what would you buy? Thank you!