07-24-2018 11:46 AM
In macro mode they move or insert lens elements that reduce the minimum focusing distance of the lens. The resultant arrangement will cause a loss of focusing to infinity. This lens arrangement can make results less than acceptable distortion wise in certain exposure ranges.
07-25-2018 09:20 AM - edited 07-25-2018 09:22 AM
How do they do that on an M100 that uses an EF-M lens?
Most cameras have a "Close-up mode" that does not change the lens at all - for example, my T6S.
07-25-2018 10:24 AM
"How do they do that on an M100 that uses an EF-M lens?"
It don't. I see, i was unclear with my reply. The reference was to P&S cameras. I was not aware the M100 had a macro mode.
Not enough coffee ....yet.
02-19-2019 06:09 AM - last edited on 02-19-2019 08:24 AM by Danny
Its all about aperture where u have greater depth of field...I dont think auto or manual has much to do with it..However,in present time most of the camera have close-up mode which is an great feature to enhance clearity.I hope this feedback helps.Cheers..Have a good shooting day...
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08-08-2019 07:42 AM - edited 08-09-2019 02:44 AM
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