RICOH PX FAQs - By Product
[Question] About close-up (Macro) photography.
The RICOH PX has no button for [Macro], or no settings for Macro in the Shooting menu. But in the Normal shooting mode, the camera automatically goes into the macro mode to take a close-up picture when the camera is close to the subject (up to about 3 cm at minimum).
In the Premium shot mode, the [Loupe] can take a more close-up picture.
Minimum shooting distance / shooting range
|Focal length (35 mm filmcamera equivalent)||Minimum shooting distance *1||Shooting range *2|
|Close-up in the Normal shooting mode||Wide (28 mm)||Approx. 3 cm||Approx. 46 x 35 mm|
|Tele (140 mm)||Approx. 50 cm||Approx. 142 x 107 mm (not used Super Resolution zoom / digital zoom)|
|Tele (280 mm)||Approx. 71.0 x 53.3 mm (Super Resolution zoom 2x / not used digital zoom)|
|Tele (1344 mm)||Approx. 14.8 x 11.1 mm (Super Resolution zoom 2x / digital zoom 4.8x)|
|Loupe *3 (Premium shot mode)||28 mm||Approx. 3 cm||Approx. 46 x 35 mm|
|56 mm||Approx. 23.2 x 17.4 mm (Super Resolution zoom 2x / not used digital zoom)|
|269 mm||Approx. 4.8 x 3.6 mm (Super Resolution zoom 2x / digital zoom 4.8x)|
- *1From the front of the lens (from the front of the camera)
- *2The range that can be taken in the screen (the more a smaller number, the more close up picture).
- *3The [Loupe] is located in the Premium shot mode.
Date created: June 10, 2011
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Product: RICOH PX
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Category: Hardware specifications, Hardware operations
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