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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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