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Old Jun 27, 2010, 10:26 AM   #1
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me and my girlfriend like to take rides in the country. so i let her drive so i can take picture out the window. here are some i took
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Old Jun 27, 2010, 10:27 AM   #2
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a few more
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Old Jun 29, 2010, 2:34 AM   #3
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nice pics. What kind of lens did you use?
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Old Jun 29, 2010, 7:37 AM   #4
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thanks...i used the kit lens 18-105MM VR
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Old Jun 29, 2010, 8:01 AM   #5
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I also enjoyed this photo set. I had the same question as Dcarpio, so I looked at the EXIF data. I was surprised that there was no MakerNote section of that info. Do you happen to know whether Photoshop strips that out, or does the D90 just put out less EXIF data than my D5000?
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what part is missing from the EXIF data?
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As I mentioned, the entire MakerNote section. While much of that is a mystery to me and much more is a repeat of information in other sections, the info that I find useful in it includes "Quality," which indicates whether the photo was saved as a RAW file; "Lens Type," which indicates what series of Nikon lens it is (D type, etc.); Lens Min/Max focal length and aperture (expressed as fractions, so an f/1.8 lens would be listed as 18/10, etc.); whether or not noise reduction was used in the camera; and the total number of shutter releases for the camera. I presume that this section is the one used by, e.g., Capture NX2 to auto-correct for lens distortion, vignetting, etc. So, if PhotoShop is removing it, that would be worth knowing.

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too bad you didnt have a gps unit plugged in, would have been cool to look at on google maps
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