Bauma 2007 Crane Forest

The Bauma in Munich is the largest fair in the world with an area of 555.000 m². It takes place every third year and has a large open air ground. The official tower of the Munich fair can be seen in the panorama on the left with the blue sign near the top. It is 86m high. Many of the cranes are even taller! The original panorama was stitched from 15×3 portrait images that gives a final resolution of 14768×6000 pixels. The Konica Minolta Dynax 7D has a resolution of only 6 Megapixel.

Bauma 2007 Crane Forest
Bauma 2007 Crane Forest

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Camera Maker: KONICA MINOLTA
Camera Model: DYNAX 7D
Exposure Time (sec): 1/1000
F-Number: 6.7
Focal Length (mm): 200
Lens: Other
ISO: 100 

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