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Cannot take close ups of coins. tried many settings. out of focus or no grren lite. I mean like 6-12 inches

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You need to zoom out to the widest setting and go into the Close-up mode instead of any of the Scene modes. This will allow you to get as close as 5 inches.

Posted on May 14, 2010

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By adjusting the diopter on your camera effect the image quality? I guess what I'm trying to say is, will the diopter setting effect how your camera adjusts the focus in auto or manual?


Diopter is for your eye only and does not effect the focus of the camera. By using the 1/2 down method, by pressing the photo taking button half way down, you can set the cameras focus. on some cameras this is shown where it will focus by a red square. If you change the diopter this is like adding by focal lenses for reading a book. and setting the distance your particular eye needs for eye relief. On binoculars this is done with screwing the eyepiece closer or farther away from the other lens. check out online http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eyeglass_prescription this will give you more details of what a diopter is or does. Always know what setting your shooting at as well. for instance if you are on a flower setting or Macro then this is for up close work. But up close doesn't mean too close. Most cameras on Macro need to be 6 inches to 12 inches away. But if you are say 24 inches away it won't focus right so don't try to zoom in, use your optical instead of digital and simply move closer or change the settings on the camera to a different setting or it may be blurry.

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Taking a close up of an item 6" long is not


According to the manual, the C310 has a fixed-focus lens with a working range of 0.85 m (about 33 inches) to infinity. So, anything only ten inches from the camera will be out of focus.

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Will not focus on close-ups


Check your manual and settings it is likly you have overlooked something.
Have you set it to Macro Mode? the icon is like a flower or plant

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Focusing problems


You may be beyond (up to close) the focal capability of the lens. Even though there is a macro setting, the lens may not have the capability to focus on an object that close (without adding an external macro lens). The specification on the minimal distance for focus should be listed in the owner's manual.

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Cannot get clear close-ups


Recommend not using flash. The first thing is that your subject should be well lit. Try placing it on a lighter background with good lighting around it. Also recommend using a tripod to keep the camera steady, and setting and using the camera's timer to take the photo (this also helps keep the camera steady). The closest auto-focused macro shot that the S200 takes is around 1 foot from the subject. Depress the shutter button halfway to verify that the subject is in focus (one of the three squares on the LCD should turn green on the subject). Next depress the shutter button all the way to take the photo.

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Picture blurry or out of focus.


Make sure your subject is within the camera's range. You should be at least 31 inches away to take a picture without the flash, and 31 inches to 8 feet away to take a picture with the flash. You can take a picture as close as 8 inches in macro mode. When you take macro close- ups, make sure you have adequate lighting (with the flash disabled). Using a tripod will help you capture sharp pictures. Make sure you hold the camera steady after you press the shutter button (until the red light starts to flash), and your subject isn't moving. If you are shaking the camera when you lock the focus, a warning icon appears in the right corner of the LCD. If you want to photograph a moving subject, you can change the shutter speed while the camera is connected to your computer. Try increasing the shutter speed. For more information, see Chapter 6. Make sure your flash is not set to flash off. When you focus on a nearby object, your picture's background may appear blurry. Try changing your focus.

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Shooting in Macro Mode


The MACRO MODE focus range of the D-630 is .4 inches to 26 inches. This means the camera must be between 0.4 inches and 26 inches from the subject for the picture to be in focus.

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Shooting in macro mode


The Macro Mode (flower icon / up (^) arrow key) operating range of the D-545 Zoom camera 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 when the optical zoom is at it’s greatest wide-angle. The Super-Macro Mode allows you to shoot with the camera as close as 1-inch from the subject.

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Shooting in Macro Mode?


The Macro Mode focus range of the D-435 is 8 inches to 20 inches. This means the camera must be between 8 inches and 20 inches from the subject for the picture to be in focus.

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