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Manufacturer of image input equipment
Model NIKON D80
Model of image input equipment
Orientation 1
Orientation of image
XResolution 300
Image resolution in width direction
YResolution 300
Image resolution in height direction
ResolutionUnit 2
Unit of X and Y resolution
Software Adobe Photoshop 7.0
Software used
DateTime 2008:06:07 01:36:29
File change date and time
YCbCrPositioning 2
Y and C positioning
ExifTag 220
Exif IFD Pointer
ExposureTime 6
Exposure time
FNumber 4,2
F number
ExposureProgram 0
Exposure program
ISOSpeedRatings 100
ISO speed ratings
Exif Version
DateTimeOriginal 2008:05:18 23:05:05
Date and time original image was generated
DateTimeDigitized 2008:05:18 23:05:05
Date and time image was made digital data
Meaning of each component
CompressedBitsPerPixel 4
Image compression mode
ExposureBiasValue 0
Exposure bias
MaxApertureValue 4
Maximum lens aperture
MeteringMode 5
Metering mode
LightSource 0
Light source
Flash 16
FocalLength 100
Lens focal length
User comments
SubSecTime 80
DateTime subseconds
SubSecTimeOriginal 80
DateTimeOriginal subseconds
SubSecTimeDigitized 80
DateTimeDigitized subseconds
Supported Flashpix version
ColorSpace 1
Color space information
PixelXDimension 800
Valid image width
PixelYDimension 536
Valid image height
SensingMethod 2
Sensing method
File source
Scene type
CFA pattern
CustomRendered 0
Custom image processing
ExposureMode 0
Exposure mode
WhiteBalance 0
White balance
DigitalZoomRatio 1
Digital zoom ratio
FocalLengthIn35mmFilm 150
Focal length in 35 mm film
SceneCaptureType 3
Scene capture type
GainControl 0
Gain control
Contrast 0
Saturation 0
Sharpness 1
SubjectDistanceRange 0
Subject distance range
Compression 6
Compression scheme
XResolution 72
Image resolution in width direction
YResolution 72
Image resolution in height direction
ResolutionUnit 2
Unit of X and Y resolution
JPEGInterchangeFormat 926
Offset to JPEG SOI
JPEGInterchangeFormatLength 2680
Bytes of JPEG data
IptcCopyrighted False