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|Aspect Ratio||0.98 : 1|
|File Size||32,800 MB|
|Width @ 300ppi (perfect)||20.88 feet|
|Height @ 300ppi||21.24 feet|
|Width @ 150ppi (near-perfect)||41.75 feet|
|Height @ 150ppi||42.48 feet|
|Date & Time||December 31, 2016: 4:13pm - 6:12pm|
|Location||Manhattan, New York City|
|Focal Length||400mm, 227 mm|
|Shutter Speed||1/30, 0.8 sec, 6 sec|
|Number of Exposures||123, 51, 118|
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