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| p.1 #2 · Nikon 200mm f/4.0D macro |
Canon shooter here, I've a 30+ yr old Canon nFD 200 f4 Macro and it works great on my eos bodies, the only issue might be the focusing screen, our modern day DSLRs don't usually have ground glass or split prism screens to help with focus. Live view is a must or you can get a different focusing screen.
Also, Ken Rockwell uses a D3, an older Nikor 200 f4 macro and a few strobes for all of his product shots. It's a sharp lens, I read a lens recommendation list when the D800 1st came out and the 200 wasn't on it, this list was for optimal resolving power, I'd check around maybe even contact Ken. I cant imagine such a super sharp lens would let you down tho.
Here's an image taken with a lowly 40D and my old 200 mac, it's just a tomato plant so nothing special, colors, sharpness and IQ ain't to bad...