Question about Cameras
In practice not much. Some companies use the term "micro" while others use "macro" to mean the same thing, taking close-ups. Technically it isn't macro (or micro) unless it's life-size or bigger (1:1 or better), though many companies will stretch that to include anything about quarter life-size or bigger.
That's life-size on the film or sensor, so it'll be much larger than life-size when printed.
Posted on May 10, 2013
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