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DescriptionEnglish: An Afghan national army air corps MI-17 takes off past an AN-26 at the Kabul Air Base, Afghanistan.
Date20 December 2007
Sourcehttp://www.dvidshub.net/?script=images/images_gallery.php&action=viewimage&fid=69644
AuthorPetty Officer 1st Class David M. Votroubek
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Camera manufacturerNIKON CORPORATION
Camera modelNIKON D80
AuthorMC1(AW) David M. Votroubek
Exposure time1/250 sec (0.004)
F-numberf/20
ISO speed rating400
Date and time of data generation12:42, 24 November 2007
Lens focal length95 mm
Image title
An Afghan national army air corps MI-17 takes off past an AN-26 at the Kabul Air Base, Afghanistan.
OrientationNormal
Horizontal resolution300 dpi
Vertical resolution300 dpi
Software usedAdobe Photoshop 7.0
File change date and time14:01, 20 December 2007
Y and C positioningCo-sited
Exposure ProgramManual
Exif version2.21
Date and time of digitizing12:42, 24 November 2007
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  2. Cb
  3. Cr
  4. does not exist
Image compression mode4
Exposure bias0
Maximum land aperture4.9 APEX (f/5.46)
Metering modePattern
Light sourceUnknown
FlashFlash did not fire
DateTime subseconds60
DateTimeOriginal subseconds60
DateTimeDigitized subseconds60
Supported Flashpix version1
Color spacesRGB
Sensing methodOne-chip color area sensor
File sourceDigital still camera
Scene typeA directly photographed image
Width1,680 px
Height1,200 px
Pixel compositionRGB
Number of components3
Shutter speed7.965784
APEX aperture8.643856
Focal length in 35 mm film142 mm
Custom image processingNormal process
Exposure modeManual exposure
White balanceAuto white balance
Scene capture typeStandard
Scene controlLow gain up
ContrastHard
SaturationNormal
SharpnessNormal
Subject distance rangeUnknown
Digital zoom ratio1
Bits per component
  1. 8
  2. 8
  3. 8
HeadlineBuilding Air Power for Afghanistan
Date metadata was last modified07:40, 20 December 2007
Keywords
  • kabul
  • afghanistan
  • afghan national air corp
  • MI-17
  • helicopters
  • Defense Reform Directorate Air Division
  • Combined Security Transition Command - Afghanistan
  • Maintenance Operations Group
  • anac
  • Building Air Power for Afghanistan
  • david m. votroubek
  • david votroubek
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