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San Francisco at the Native | History of Fashion Design

San Francisco at the Native

San Francisco at the Native Daughters of the Golden West Costume Collection

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These two taken with flash:
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Here are the Minolta Dimage X photos. The Dimage X has a very hard time focusing in low light, and so after this test I took up my Dad’s offer to borrow his camera for the UK part of my trip, since mainly I’d be taking photos in museums where a flash is unsuitable. The Minolta Dimage X however is far superior in flash shots, the Canon usually washes out and/or discolors in flash shots, whereas the Minolta’s flash shots look like natural lighting (see Las Vegas Photos for Examples) The Diamage X is also the smallest & lightest high resolution digital camera with optical zoom-about the size of a pack of cigarettes, so it is great for carting around during vacations.

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On to Globe Theatre


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