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Charles Rose, IV
Southaven, MS, United States
Week 2: Hummingbirds
Can you tell me what kind of camera you used?
THe camera is a D7100, which I still use.
Here is the EXIF data:
Image Width: 5206
Image Length: 3269
Bits per Sample: 8, 8, 8
Photometric Interpretation: RGB
Manufacturer: NIKON CORPORATION
Model: NIKON D7100
Samples per Pixel: 3
Resolution Unit: Inch
Software: Adobe Photoshop Elements 12.0 Windows
YCbCr Positioning: Centered
Reference Black/White: 0, 255, 0, 255, 0, 255
Copyright: Charles Rose IV (Photographer) – [None] (Editor)
Compression: JPEG compression
Exposure Time: 1/4000 sec.
Exposure Program: Aperture priority
ISO Speed Ratings: 640
Exif Version: Exif Version 2.3
Components Configuration: Y Cb Cr –
Shutter Speed: 11.97 EV (1/3999 sec.)
Aperture: 5.17 EV (f/6.0)
Exposure Bias: -1.00 EV
Maximum Aperture Value: 5.20 EV (f/6.1)
Metering Mode: Center-weighted average
Light Source: Unknown
Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode
Focal Length: 400.0 mm
Sub-second Time: 70
Sub-second Time (Original): 70
Sub-second Time (Digitized): 70
FlashPixVersion: FlashPix Version 1.0
Color Space: sRGB
Pixel X Dimension: 5206
Pixel Y Dimension: 3269
Sensing Method: One-chip color area sensor
File Source: DSC
Scene Type: Directly photographed
CFA Pattern: 8 bytes undefined data
Custom Rendered: Normal process
Exposure Mode: Auto exposure
White Balance: Auto white balance
Digital Zoom Ratio: 1
Focal Length in 35mm Film: 600
Scene Capture Type: Standard
Gain Control: Low gain up
Subject Distance Range: Unknown
Image Unique ID: 36cc68af153697a21287571d6b69f00b
Interoperability Version: 0100
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