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    423505
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  3. Image Height
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  4. Image Width
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  14. Camera Model
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  21. Software
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  22. Last Modified
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  26. ISO Speed Ratings
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  27. Exif Version
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  28. Date Taken
    2016:12:17 13:30:53
  29. Date Digitized
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  48. Focal Length (35mm equiv)
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  49. Scene Capture Type
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  50. Sharpness
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  51. Distance Range
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  52. Lens Model
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