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Macro on means that the lenses of the camera are enabled to take pictures at a very short distance, it's like a zoom but with the camera placed very close to the object being photographed.
macro off disables this feature.

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Macro is for taking very close and detailed shots of things such as insects or flowers etc, it can be left off a majority of the time and just used for special occasions.

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