The Remarkables as seen from Deer Park Heights

This panorama in cylindrical projection shows the mountain ridge ‘The Remarkables’ near Queenstown in New Zealand. I used 16 pictures with 5 MP. The resulting image is 13486 pixel by 3089 pixel in size.

The Remarkables as seen from Deer Park Heights
The Remarkables as seen from Deer Park Heights

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Camera Maker: CONTAX
Camera Model: Tvs Digital
Exposure Time (sec): 1/500
F-Number: 4.7
Focal Length (mm): 35
Lens: Contax Tvs Digital
ISO: 100 

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