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English: Hafnium turnings, >99.9% pure, used for evaporating onto glass as HfO2 to create multi-layer dielectric thin film optics in conjucntion with silica layers
|Date||16 December 2006 (original upload date)|
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|Date and time of data generation||03:37, 10 December 2006|
|Lens focal length||5.8 mm|
|Horizontal resolution||300 dpi|
|Vertical resolution||300 dpi|
|File change date and time||03:37, 10 December 2006|
|Y and C positioning||Co-sited|
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|Date and time of digitizing||03:37, 10 December 2006|
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|Flash||Flash did not fire, compulsory flash suppression|
|Custom image processing||Normal process|
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|White balance||Auto white balance|
|Digital zoom ratio||0|
|Focal length in 35 mm film||28 mm|
|Scene capture type||Standard|
|Subject distance range||Unknown|
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