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The MM-5600 has 20/50 vision, which is about what is expected from a 1.3 Megapixel camera with decent optics. The camera features a macro switch, however the eye chart macro test picture came out better in regular mode than in macro mode. Macro mode works best for close ups about 5 inches away. Although the colors are slightly desaturated (greyish), they are amazingly accurate. A quick trip to any photo program's saturation or level adjustments could fix this quickly. The still life shows no color shift and reproduces all colors truely. Low light shots without a flash, such as the "Pop's" sign came out dark, but once the bright LED flash can help, low light pictures come out bright enough to capture a night out with friends.
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