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A fun shot outside with a point-and-shoot

For an evening at the opera in Venice, a point-and-shoot is handy and very portable. While you may not have the full capabilities of a dSLR, such as interchangeable lenses, a point-and-shoot is very easy to carry and get some great shots.

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