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Discussion in 'The Edge of the Forum' started by Margen67, Mar 18, 2015.
I try to understand, but can't.
The camera was a Kodak Easyshare M853 Zoom Digital Camera, no flash, auto exposed, camera date was 2083:08:20, 9.0 mm focal length (f stop 6.90 and exposure 1/610) with an iso of 80.
Still do not understand.
SD card is optional.
Now how did you collect all of this data from a single photo? I know the information is there in it, but what did you use?
http://regex.info/exif.cgi is what I use for such things unless I know I have custom data from a given device that has a more specialist viewer.
If you have a phone/device with a GPS then feed it some images from one of those.
usually you just have to view it under file properties, unless your camera is ancient it should tell you this information
it's docks mispelled xdd
my head feels like fuck, why would you post this?
i know this is old but it really cracked me up... lol
i thought, "Margen67 is doxxing someone?" then i was thinking "what is there to dox? this isn't a very anonymous or secure site". when i opened the thread and saw the OP, i had to laugh out loud.. a DOX... as in a dock or docks on a lake or inlet of some kind.. rofl
This guy, ladies and gents, this guy
He gets it. I just wanted ya'lls to know in case there was any doubt, but he got the joke XD