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Exif Information
Model Digimax 201
Shutter speed 14705882352941/1000000000000000s
Aperture f8
Focal length 5.6mm
ISO 100
Exposure compensation 12.5
Flash Did not fire, No red eye reduction
Original 2005:05:09 14:33:36

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