Hello, My girlfriend is trying to create nail polish videos. This involves mounting a camera to a 9-inch tripod on her desk and videoing the nail painting and process. I clueless thought her Canon SX530 "baby DSLR" was good enough for this purpose but it turns out macro photography is an entire world on its own. That camera is not even close enough to being able to do what we want without filters, which will distort video. The words "macro photography" and "cheap" do not go together, I know. But I would like to hear of some equipment recommendations for this purpose. I see macro lenses anywhere from $400-$800; is there nothing in the $200 range that will do? I'd like to get a Nikon D5300 DSLR and buy a lense for that. What makes this so difficult is that I have no camera store nearby to even try this stuff out, and I've talked to a few photography vendors by phone and online and unfortunately they always push the most expensive options. TL;DR what is the most economical option for a macro lens + dslr camera combination that can shoot fingernail painting from a 9-inch tripod on a desk?