If your camera does indeed have a true MACRO setting, then according to the specs on that cam, it should focus fine from 5"-28" in "wide" setting (not zoomed in) so put it into Macro Mode (the camera will not do this on it'* own) hold the cam at least 5 in away and then depress the shutter release down half way to allow the cam to focus and keep it there. Once the object is clear in the LCD, push the button all the way down to release the shutter and take the pic. If you find the pic in the LCD is still fuzzy, pull the cam back a bit until clear or you can play with the wide/telephoto (zoom) feature within 2 ft of the object in macro mode until the pic becomes clear on the screen. The flash may over expose the item if too close though so best to do it outdoors
Originally Posted by TJ'sblackbonne
By side gapping, you mean my cheap 99 cent gapper dont you?
If so, i know it isnt the perfered choice of gapping, and you guys suggested a "real" gapper. Does anyone have a link to where i can invest in a "real" gapper.
PS (that camera takes very nice pictures, and realitivly nice videos. But its close up pics suck almost as bad as that L36 in the white bonneville). But for what i paid for it, i am not going to complain. It is a Kodak EasyShare CD33. And if i am doing something wrong with it, please tell me