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WS788, 1954 Gloster Meteor NF(T).14, C/N: Not found WS788

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WS788, 1954 Gloster Meteor NF(T).14 C/N Not found WS788,  Armstrong - Whitworth (Gloster) Meteor WS788 at Yorkshire Air Museum

Armstrong - Whitworth (Gloster) Meteor WS788 at Yorkshire Air Museum

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Shot Date: 2011-06-27
Airport: EGYK
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Upload Date: 2011-07-06
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Device Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
Device Model: NIKON D300S
Device Type: Digital Still Camera
Shot Time: 2011:06:27 14:21:59
Original Image Size: 4075 x 2292 pixels
Exposure Time: 1/500 sec
F Number: f/11
Exposure Bias: 0
ISO Speed: 400
Focal Length: 25 mm
Flash: No Flash
Exposure Mode: 0
White Balance: 1
Scene Type: Directly Photographed
Contrast: 0
Saturation: 0
Sharpness: 0
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