macro lens


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macro lens

[′ma·krō ‚lenz]
(optics)
A camera lens designed to focus at very short distances and to form an image as large as the subject.
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Two additional specialised lenses will be available in the first half of 2011 -- a 60mm Macro lens and 18-200mm Super Zoom lens.
In a controlled environment like this, it may seem easy to invest in a macro lens and just start snapping away, but, as with all good art, the technique is well hidden, and Helena's pictures make up a splendid achievement.
She has several close-up flower photographs that she took using a macro lens, and they are nothing less than exquisite.
The fantastic world that lies through a macro lens is something you can never discover unless you actually look through it.
The 36-year-old had just got a new macro lens for his camera which allows him to get really close to small subjects.
0 Zuiko Digital macro lens (which provides a 35mm-format equivalent of a 100mm view).
6-inch color LCD for picture and video preview and playback, a 3X digital zoom, 16 megabytes of internal memory and a CompactFlash slot for additional memory, Movie mode for recording video up to 15 fps, a macro lens for tight close up shots, continuous-shot mode for capturing up to 4 images in rapid succession, four-mode flash (auto, on, off and red-eye reduction), and a convenient self timer.
She had no objection, so I went to work with my Contax RTS, a 60mm macro lens and Fujichrome 100 film, making several bracketed exposures from a base of f/8 at 1/30 second.
The light scattered by the sample was viewed on a ground screen with a Nikkor 60 mm Macro lens attached to a MI453A EG&G photodiode and detector system.
The 25 micron macro lens can identify defects that might otherwise be too small to see on targets like PCB boards.
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Les, a member of the Consett and District Photography Society, used a Canon 5D SLR camera with macro lens to take the photo.