Macro Magic 2013 — photo 5 of 11: A word on the screen of my iPad Mini. As you can see, it was not very large text, with the thickness of the letters being only one pixel (with some additional pixels being used for anti-aliasing). Each group of red, green and blue subpixels makes up a single pixel which our eye normally perceives as a single color because the subpixels are so small. The photo is not cropped, but shows the full frame. For more information, see Olympus TG-2 Super Macro Capabilities. June 2013. Camera used: Olympus Stylus TG-2.
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