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Thanks to good optics and a high resolution sensor, the S710 has 20/30 - 20/40 vision using a 10 foot eyechart and taking the picture from 10 feet. There is no macro mode, but the camera can still focus quite well from a close distance when framing the eye chart. There is considerable barrel distortion when objects are close, but that's not unusual with space-deprived lenses. The sensor registors all colors pretty well, however the less intense colors seem to look grey while very intense ones (like the grass, for instance, are a bit oversaturated.
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