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Where can I find super macro from cannon SX200is? I followed the manual by using the LEFT arrow button but it didn't do anything?

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You may not be in the right mode ... make sure you are in 'P' mode ... alternatively just use 'AUTO' the camera enters Macro mode automatically .. there isn't a 'Super Macro' Mode as far as I know

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