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N81JT, 1982 Jurca MJ-5 Sirocco, C/N: 50

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N81JT, 1982 Jurca MJ-5 Sirocco C/N 50, 1982 Tumilowicz MJ-5 SIROCCO, named after a hot, steady oppressive wind blowing from the Libyan deserts across the Mediterranean into southern France

1982 Tumilowicz MJ-5 SIROCCO, named after a hot, steady oppressive wind blowing from the Libyan deserts across the Mediterranean into southern France

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Photographer: Doug Robertson
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Shot Date: 2007-11-04
Airport: SZP
Santa Paula Airport
Upload Date: 2007-11-05
Views: 905

Photo MetaData

Device Manufacturer: Hewlett-packard
Device Model: HP PhotoSmart R607 (V01.00)
Device Type: Digital Still Camera
Shot Time: 2007:11:04 11:21:55
Original Image Size: 1792 x 1312 pixels
Exposure Time: 20/28169 sec
F Number: f/4.3
Exposure Bias: 0
ISO Speed: 2608
Focal Length: 5.8 mm
Flash: Unknown: 2496
Exposure Mode: 2736
White Balance: 2752
Scene Type: 9a8407
Contrast: 2816
Saturation: 2832
Sharpness: 2848
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