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Activate the macro mode

How do I activate the macro mode in order to shoot a close-up picture?

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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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