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Shooting in macro mode

How close can I get to my subject when shooting in macro mode?

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The Macro Mode (flower icon button) operating range of the D-595 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. See page 41 of the Advanced Manual in PDF format which is on a separate CD.

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