View towards Mals from the Tartscher Bühel

On the “Tartscher Bühel” you have a nice view over the upper part of the Vinschgau. I created the panorama using four landscape images taken with the Sony DSC-RX 100. The final (maximum) resolution of the panorama is 11000×3038 pixel.

View towards Mals from the Tartscher Bühel

View towards Mals from the Tartscher Bühel


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Camera Maker: SONY
Camera Model: DSC-RX 100
Exposure Time (sec): 1/1250
F-Number: 3.5
Focal Length (mm): 28
Lens: Carl Zeiss Vario Sonnar (RX100)
ISO: 125 

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