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Exchangeable Image File Format. Exif is a standard for storing meta-data information in an image file (such as when it was taken, on what camera, camera settings etc). Exif was created by the Japan Electronic Industries Development Associated (JEIDA).

It is used commonly with .jpeg files. Exif information may also be found in .tiff, .png, and some other types of image files. Exif is commonly supported by many digital cameras.

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