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|DescriptionXihan rhino, gold & silver inlays.JPG||
English: A Chinese Western Han Dynasty (202 BC – 9 AD) bronze rhinoceros with gold and silver inlay.
|Date||12 June 2008|
|Source||http://www.garyleetodd.com/chinese-historic-sites/tiananmen-square-national-museum/, from the Beijing National Museum|
|Author||Gary Lee Todd|
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|Image title||DCF 1.0|
|Camera manufacturer||Minolta Co., Ltd.|
|Camera model||DiMAGE S414|
|Exposure time||1/6 sec (0.16666666666667)|
|ISO speed rating||200|
|Date and time of data generation||17:26, 16 January 2001|
|Lens focal length||7.17578125 mm|
|Horizontal resolution||72 dpi|
|Vertical resolution||72 dpi|
|Software used||Picasa 3.0|
|File change date and time||17:26, 16 January 2001|
|Y and C positioning||Centered|
|Exposure Program||Normal program|
|Date and time of digitizing||17:26, 16 January 2001|
|Maximum land aperture||3.2 APEX (f/3.03)|
|Flash||Flash did not fire, compulsory flash suppression|
|Custom image processing||Custom process|
|Exposure mode||Auto exposure|
|White balance||Auto white balance|
|Digital zoom ratio||0|
|Focal length in 35 mm film||35 mm|
|Scene capture type||Standard|
|Subject distance range||Close view|
|Unique image ID||6f20072699f33122304be977f7cb6d3a|
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