FujiFilm FinePix

Posted on November 21, 2013 in General by

To more clearly present imagine what a macro, we turn to the concept of 'zoom'. By understanding the scale ratio of the linear size of the optical image of the object in the focal plane of the camera (that is, on the film normal camera or the CCD digital model) to the actual dimensions of the subject. topic.. This ratio is also called a linear increase. A macroshot feel kind of shooting, where the scale of the images on photomaterial is from 1:10 to 5:1 (as stated in the classic encyclopedia 'Photo and' under the editorship of EA Iofisa, 1981). The scale of the printed images (print) increases by a factor of increase in print. This means that if the original image scale is close to unity, then on the print we see the object as if through a magnifying glass.

Therefore, in this case is usually seen those details that are difficult to observe in normal conditions. Benefits of 'figures' for macro photography especially for close-up digital camera, no doubt, will do. Most models are usually fitted with a special mode that allows you to shoot aggregated plan (from a distance of several centimeters) without special tools. Individual cameras even have two sub-bands – 'macro' and 'Super Macro'. However, most models have only the option 'macro'. Topics at least some of them allow photographs from a distance of up to 1-2 cm, however, not very many cameras provide a minimum focusing distance of up to 1 cm are, for example, Nikon Coolpix 5400, FujiFilm FinePix S602Z, FujiFilm FinePix S7000, Ricoh Caplio RR1, Ricoh Caplio RR30 and Ricoh Caplio G3.