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After used one shoot, the camera always reset to macro mode.

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IF this camera has the Power-Zoom function [as many newer model cameras do] ... then this function is automatic [if there is any "long-time" between shots] as this is designed to PROTECT the delicate lens mechanism against damage if it should be accidentally dropped and/or knocked against an object.
Most modern cameras have similar safety features built-in to protect your considerable $$ investment [including my camera] ...
IF this is still a problem then go to OLYMPUS Website in your country/region and ask their techs for advice ...

Posted on Nov 23, 2013

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SOURCE: Focusing distance in macro mode

The Macro Mode operating range is 8 inches to 20 inches. This means the camera must be between 8 inches and 20 inches away from the subject for a picture to be in focus.

Posted on Aug 31, 2005

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SOURCE: Macro mode

The Macro Mode is easily accessed via the arrow pad on the back of the camera. The right (>) arrow key, which has a flower icon, is depressed to start macro mode. Press OK and you have set the camera for close-up photography.

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SOURCE: Macro Mode

The MACRO MODE is easily accessed via the arrow pad on the back of the camera. Press the left arrow key, which has a flower icon, to start the MACRO MODE. Press the down arrow key to select the flower icon in the menu. Then press the OK/MENU button; camera is now set for close-up photography. Remember to turn off the MACRO MODE when you begin shooting subjects beyond the focus range of the MACRO MODE.

Posted on Sep 01, 2005

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