The First Digital Presidential Portrait

From today:

Today we are releasing the new official portrait for President Barack Obama.
It was taken by Pete Souza, the newly-announced official White House photographer.
It is the first time that an official presidential portrait was taken with a digital camera.

The EXIF data, as provided by Spotlight:

A more complete list provided by Flickr:

Camera:	Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Exposure:	0.008 sec (1/125)
Aperture:	f/10
Focal Length:	105 mm
ISO Speed:	100
Exposure Bias:	 0/6 EV
Flash:	Flash did not fire
Image Description:	Official portrait of President-elect Barack Obama on Jan. 13, 2009.
(Photo by Pete Souza)
Orientation:	Horizontal (normal)
X-Resolution:	300 dpi
Y-Resolution:	300 dpi
Software:	Adobe Photoshop CS3 Macintosh
Date and Time:	2009:01:13 19:35:18
Artist Name:	Pete Souza
White Point Chromaticity:	313/1000, 329/1000
Primary Chromaticities:	640/1000, 330/1000, 300/1000, 600/1000, 150/1000, 60/1000
Copyright:	© 2008 Pete Souza
Exposure Program:	Manual
Date and Time (Original):	2009:01:13 17:38:39
Date and Time (Digitized):	2009:01:13 17:38:39
Metering Mode:	Pattern
Sub-Second Time:	04
Color Space:	Uncalibrated
Tag::EXIF::0xA500:	22/10
Compression:	JPEG
Caption/Abstract:	Official portrait of President-elect Barack Obama on Jan. 13, 2009.
(Photo by Pete Souza)
By-Line (Author):	Pete Souza
Credit:	Pete Souza
Date Created:	20090113
City:	Washington, D.C.
Province/State:	DC
Keywords:	obama, official portrait
Copyright Notice:	© 2008 Pete Souza
Time Created:	173839-0500
Tag::IPTC::0x02DD:	1:0:0:008876
Image Width:	1916 pixels
Image Height:	2608 pixels

The first ever official digital presidential portrait was taken by a Canon EOS 5D Mark II. Surely this will settle the Canon/Nikon conflict.

Addendum: Jason Specland notes that the copyright date is set to 2008, which means Pete Souza probably needs to re-work his processing workflow.