Casio EXILIM EX-ZR700, EXILIM EX-ZR710, EXILIM EX-ZR750 User Guide

Shooting with Full Focus Macro All In Focus Macro

Shooting with Full Focus Macro All In Focus Macro

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Snapshot Tutorial

NOTE

• The current “Zoom (SR)” (page 53) setting is ignored when shooting with this 

function.

• With this function, the flash setting automatically becomes ? (Flash Off).
• Shooting with this function automatically sets Anti Shake to “Standard” (page 100), 

but large movement of the camera or subject make it impossible to achieve the 
desired shot.

• Depending on the shooting environment, image composition, and subject, this 

scene may not be able to produce the desired result.

• If the camera determines that it is unable to blur the background of an image for 

some reason, it will display the message “Blurring failed. Normal background 
recorded.”. Note, however, that the image will be saved, even if background 
blurring is not possible.

All-In-Focus Macro shoots and analyzes a burst of multiple images and combines 
them in a way that produces an image in which everything is in focus: from nearby 
objects to distant objects.

1.

Align the mode dial with [E] (Focus Control).

2.

Press [SET].

3.

Use [8] and [2] to select 

, and then press [SET].

4.

Use [4] and [6] to select “All-In-Focus Macro” and then press [SET].

5.

Press the shutter button to shoot.

• Move the camera as close to the subject as possible, and take care to avoid 

camera movement and subject movement as you shoot.

• After you press the shutter button, the message “Busy... Please wait...” will 

appear on the monitor screen to let you know that shooting is in progress. Do 
not move the camera while this message is displayed. The recording process 
takes some time to complete after the message appears. Image shooting is 
disabled while the message is displayed.

Shooting with Full Focus Macro (All-In-Focus Macro)

“Program Auto” image

All-In-Focus Macro