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Size of the subject area

When shooting at full telephoto in the macro mode, what is the size of the subject area that will fill the frame?

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Re: size of the subject area - Olympus Camedia D-550 Zoom Digital Camera Digital Cameras

It is approximately 3.1"x 2.4".

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TO CHANGE FILE SIZE:
  1. Press MENU/OK to display the shooting menu.
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Press the "T" for telephoto and get closer to the subject. Optical telephoto zoom is like using a telescope to get closer to the subject before taking the picture. With optical Telephoto zoom you can maintain the full resolution and quality. After you have used all of the optical Telephoto range, the camera will continue to enhance the image with Digital Zoom. This enhances the image inside the camera by reducing the resolution and expanding fewer pixels to fill the same image space. Use the "W" Wide-angle button to back-up away from the subject or get a bigger area into your picture. You can even ZOOM IN on a picture in the playback mode for a better look at the details. Turn the Mode Dial to Playback, then press the "T". Use the Enter button to move around the display area. Press the middle of the ENTER KEY to see your images in thumbnail view and / or scroll through several images at one time to find a specific / special image quickly.

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