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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The application to use it with a macro lens was mentioned--but was not explained.
Opening my eyes, I got a macro lens view of one critter perched on my nose tip.
Pick of Switching to a specialized macro lens, Colin closes in to capture extraordinary footage of these industrious workers as they navigate their way across the forest floor using day patterns of polarised light and shadows cast by neighbouring trees.
The Mobi Lens's clip-on fish eye, wide and macro lens can add a unique and dreamlike quality to your photos.
The system includes wide-angle and fish-eye lenses, and a 10x and 15x macro lens.
Photographers can submit a SINGLE image of a subject related to Nature that they have clicked using a Macro lens.
I took pictures from afar but I had to get up close with my macro lens but as I got closer he went into his hole.
This compact, portable gadget performs as a macro lens for detailed close ups, and as a wide angle lens if you want to get more into the frame.
Among the equipment used were his Losmandy Gemini-8 mount, his Nikon D700 DSLR, and a 60mm macro lens kindly lent to us by Nikon Pro Services Canada.
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.
The fantastic world that lies through a macro lens is something you can never discover unless you actually look through it.