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Minolta AF 28-100 F3.5-5.6 D

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    Posted: 01 March 2007 at 14:40
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Dynax 4, Fuji Superia 100.





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straight out of a Sony a200 set on auto, no editing except cropping


100mm auto exp



28mm auto exp



28mm auto exposure


100% crop


100mm auto exp


100% crop


50mm auto exp


100% crop


70mm auto exp


100mm auto exp


28mm Flash indoors, auto exp.
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Shot with a Sony Alpha 330, no flash, manual focus, 100mm

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