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|Description||Floppy Disk Drives.
This image is used by IBM to illustrate their Icons of Progress: The Floppy Disk article. image 2
Photo by Michael Holley, July 2007Taken with a Canon PowerShot A630 (1/5 second and f/8) under tungsten lighting. The image was touched up with Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0.
|Author||Swtpc6800 en:User:Swtpc6800 Michael Holley|
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|Image title||Qume D/T 8, 8 inch drive, 1.2 MB;
Tandon TM 100-2A 5.25 inch drive, 360 KB; Sony MPF920, 3.5 inch drive, 1.4 MB
|Camera model||Canon PowerShot A630|
|Author||Photo by Michael Holley 2007|
|Exposure time||1/5 sec (0.2)|
|Date and time of data generation||18:55, 19 July 2007|
|Lens focal length||8.46 mm|
|Number of components||3|
|Horizontal resolution||150 dpi|
|Vertical resolution||150 dpi|
|Data arrangement||chunky format|
|Software used||Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0 Windows|
|File change date and time||19:30, 29 January 2008|
|Date and time of digitizing||18:55, 19 July 2007|
|Image compression mode||3|
|Maximum land aperture||3.34375 APEX (f/3.19)|
|Flash||Flash did not fire, compulsory flash suppression|
|Focal plane X resolution||11,412.587412587|
|Focal plane Y resolution||11,439.252336449|
|Focal plane resolution unit||inches|
|Sensing method||One-chip colour area sensor|
|Custom image processing||Normal process|
|Exposure mode||Auto exposure|
|White balance||Manual white balance|
|Digital zoom ratio||1|
|Scene capture type||Standard|
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