Ponte Lombardo, Venice (Google Embedded Version 2013)

Ponte Lombardo in Venice spans over Rio Malpago and ends at Fondamenta de la Toletta. This panorama is a remake from this panorama which was shot by Markus in 2005.


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Camera Maker: SONY
Camera Model: NEX-7
Exposure Time (sec): 1/250
F-Number: 5.6
Focal Length (mm): 7.5
Lens: Walimex 7.5mm/F3.5
ISO: 100 

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