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Here's how you could refocus a Logitech C310 webcam: Open it up: Lens held on by two screws: Lens removed: Lens itself: All you need to do is slightly increase the space between the lens and the sensor. If you loosen the screws slightly, the space may be enough to bring the focus where you want it, or for a more preeminent solution you could ...


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Under the plastic cover, most webcams have a screw-thread mount for the lens to set focus at time of assembly; it's usually easy to remove the cover and set the focus as needed. You could also use any low power positive lens as a macro lens, e.g. inexpensive one or two diopter glasses, with some sort of temporary mount. Not pretty, but OK for brief use. You ...


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No. It will be harder. The larger sensor in the EOS M2/M3 is the same size as one in a Canon APS-C dSLR. The larger sensor size requires larger (longer) lenses, and this in turn makes for a thinner depth of field and a larger minimum focus distance. In addition to this, the M2 and M3 are only sold in Asian/European markets, and the EOS M lens lineup does ...



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