Macro cameras have really come into their own recently. They allow inexperienced photographers to pick up a system and start photographing immediately. You will realise that macro photography depends entirely on the lens, and not the camera. More specifically, it’s about the lens being able to focus on the subject at really short distances. This isn’t to say the macro camera functions and settings aren’t useful.
In this article, you will see point-and-shoot systems, mirrorless cameras and DSLRs. Each one of them has benefits and drawbacks, and each camera type has specific uses. In the point-and-shoot systems, you will see new functions such as post-focusing. Some even come with LED lights. Read on to find out how they can help.
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