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does this take nice up-close flower photos?

asked on February 28, 2013

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Yes, if you put the close-up lense on. If you forget to, the picture will be blurry. The lense is snap-on and comes with the camera. If you take the picture right, it'll be super clear.
Layal Shafee answered on February 28, 2013
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I would not purchase this camera intending to take close up photos. The fact that you cannot turn off the flash tends to wash things out at close range. It may work on a sunny day outside but I would anticipate a lot of trial and error (and waste of expensive film) otherwise. This camera is best at mid range outdoor shots.
JO answered on February 28, 2013
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I would say no, because even with the close up lens attached you can only get with an arms reach of the item for it to be clear (I attached a length of string to my camera, to keep subjects within the correct focal points). And as JO commented, the flash may wash out the shot unless the flower is in full light and you … see more I would say no, because even with the close up lens attached you can only get with an arms reach of the item for it to be clear (I attached a length of string to my camera, to keep subjects within the correct focal points). And as JO commented, the flash may wash out the shot unless the flower is in full light and you do not want any shadows. see less I would say no, because even with the close up lens attached you can only get with an arms reach of the item for it to be clear (I attached a length of string to my camera, to keep subjects within the correct focal points). And as JO commented, the flash may wash out the shot unless the flower is in full light and you do not want any shadows.
Melissa answered on March 4, 2013
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I use the camera to take pictures at my hunting camp. It does take good pictures but I have not used it for close up photos.
P. Williams answered on February 28, 2013
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