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Huampback whale flukes. Taken off Surfer's Paradise, Qld during the annual northerly migration. Taken with a Kodak DX 6490 digital camera on a dull day in June 2005. This shot is one of a sequence taken in burst mode. the whale was migrating north from the antarctic to the warmer waters of the Coral Sea.
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|Camera manufacturer||EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY|
|Camera model||KODAK DX6490 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA|
|Exposure time||1/500 sec (0.002)|
|Date and time of data generation||10:02, 12 June 2005|
|Lens focal length||63 mm|
|Horizontal resolution||230 dpi|
|Vertical resolution||230 dpi|
|Y and C positioning||Centered|
|Exposure Program||Normal program|
|Date and time of digitizing||10:02, 12 June 2005|
|Maximum land aperture||3.8 APEX (f/3.73)|
|Flash||Flash did not fire, compulsory flash suppression|
|Sensing method||One-chip colour area sensor|
|Custom image processing||Custom process|
|Exposure mode||Auto exposure|
|White balance||Auto white balance|
|Digital zoom ratio||0|
|Focal length in 35 mm film||380 mm|
|Scene capture type||Standard|
|Subject distance range||Unknown|
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