macro setting


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macro setting

A mode on an analog or digital point-and-shoot camera that enables shooting close up. A macro setting is very common on digital cameras. With single lens reflex cameras, both analog and digital, macro photography is accomplished by replacing the standard lens with a macro lens. See film camera, digital camera and macro.
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1) to customize the macro settings for a specific analysis of a batch of images.
3-megapixel camera with flash, digital zoom and macro settings for capturing close-ups captures photos with resolution quality to make very good 4 in.
These findings are similar to those of Holtz Deal and colleagues' (2007) study on macro practice graduate students, which stated that only those who can work independently should be placed in a macro setting.
3-megapixel camera, flash, digital zoom and macro setting and a video camcorder for catching special moments.
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At the opposite end of the scale is the Flower icon, which indicates the close-up or macro setting.
The macro setting on both cameras allow users to capture images of items only 4 inches away from the lens.