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| p.2 #7 · EXIF data from Reuters' best of 2012: analyzed |
Probably you are right. There are informative lines like this:
canon eos-5d mark ii, lens: 16-35mm at 23mm, f4.5, 1/45, iso 400
And then there are less informative lines like this (which are probably not shot at 16mm):
canon eos -1d mark 4, lens 16-35mm, f2.8, 1/15, iso 400
I suppose the latter got counted as 16mm. I think these should just be removed. Almost no one shoots zooms smack in the middle of the range, but this would probably be the straight-forward statistical solution.
Not in my data. I excluded every line which had a focal length range, and then had an eyeball look at it. There are only 5 images shot with what I figure to be a 16mm focal length prime in the data I parsed... albeit data I have parsed and reviewed very quickly.