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macro lens

n
(Photography) a camera lens used for close-up photography (2–10 cm)

mac′ro lens`



n.
a lens used to bring into focus objects very close to the camera.
[1960–65]
Translations
Makroobjektiv
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The Fotric 220 Series is available with IR pixel resolution from 320 x 240 to 640 x 480 and a selection of Germanium lenses that focus down to 4" to suit differing applications, allowing temperature discrimination for as small as a 20um object with a macro lens.
It could be a wide-angle lens, a macro lens, a fisheye lens or a zoom lens.
This macro lens, with life-size 1:1 magnification, has the ability to capture subjects as close as 30mm from the front of the lens.
In the summer, though, Catto can most often be found crawling around her garden with a macro lens popped onto her iPhone.
The Onsight 5000HD camera also offers superior visuals with macro lens for detailed inspections, powerful illumination ring for low light environments and performs as a mobile TelePresence camera.
One of the problems of photographing small things is the very limited depth of field that a macro lens will provide, even stopped down to a small aperture," Hawkridge explains.
LENSES - the lenses on your iPhone and any decent Android phone will be good enough for most situations, but adding a clip-on adapter lens, like the ones from Olloclip will expand your horizons - the 4-in-1 lens, with variations for iPhone and Samsung Galaxy phones, offers wide-angle, fisheye and macro lens adapters.
These will include using long exposure for light trails, using Time-lapse to show progression, or getting up close with nature using a macro lens.
In the last two preceding issues, we explored the unique ability of teleconverters to extend the capability of macro lens.
The Instafocus hoods (included) are specially designed to diffuse the light and facilitate focusing, like training wheels for the macro lens, to get the perfect shot every time.
If you want to get in really close to your subjects and fill the frame with a small part of a flower or plant, a macro lens is the answer.