Hi folks. I'm new to the forum and to photography. Looking for some plain-talk advice. I'm sure this type of question has been asked before but a quick search was not able to find anything. I'm into woodturning (bowls, hollow form vessels, etc) and currently photograph my work with a Powershot A75. All work is shot in a 30" light tent (see example below - keep in mind I know nothing about photography or lighting so be kind. :mrgreen. I'm interested in upgrading to an entry-level (but decent) DSLR and am eying the D40, XT, or maybe XTi. Any opinions about these different cameras for this type of work? Are any better suited than the others? Where do I even begin??? Also, what type of lens should I be looking at for close work such as this? I know absolutely nothing about lenses so I don't know whether the package deals I find on Amazon, etc would be suited for this or whether I should buy body-only and be selective about my first lens. Your thoughts and opinions would be welcome!