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     The Alaskan Ulu is a great cutting tool known to be crafted by the Native Alaskans over 5000 years ago. It was most used by Eskimo women for cutting fish and is still used today.

Technical Details
for Alaskan Ulu

Camera - Canon EOS 40D
Film / Media - SanDisk Ultra II 2.0GB
Lens - Canon EF-s 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5
Shooting Mode - Manual
Tv( Shutter Speed ) - 1/200
Av( Aperture Value ) - 5.6
Metering Mode - Spot
ISO Speed - 100
Focal Length - 18 mm
Flash - On
Flash Type - External E-TTL 580ex
White Balance - Flash
AF Mode - Manual
Color Space - sRGB

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