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    Roughly 71000 in 13 years.......how do I check shutter count on my F2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feinwerkbau
    I tried using Opanda for an unedited image.

    Is the shutter count the 'Image No' under the 'Maker Notes'?

    If it is, how does it keep track? According to file and folder numbers, or is it sequential cos I got a number that sounds quite improbable - it's in the millions (7 figures)!

    How How How to check?
    installed the software, import a pic, but can find the shutter count info. can show where to read this info

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    Quote Originally Posted by E1g3
    installed the software, import a pic, but can find the shutter count info. can show where to read this info
    me too, hunt high and low. I know nikon D70 will be able to show. But someone using 10D manage to find too? Just curious why I can't? By the way, I am using 10D too

    :-(

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    probably ~200k in total for all the cameras I had.

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    mine is 44640. changing shutter soon....

    all the cameras added up i think come around 300-350k
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    you all 6-digits shutter counts make my 16,000 counts like like child's play

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    Hi,

    Any one of you using 10D/20D & manage to see the shutter count using "Opanda PowerExif 1.0"? If possible, please kindly let us know how to use it. I already tried for hours but still can't find shutter count.

    Thanks kindly.

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    seems like the software doesn't quite work for Canon cams...

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    2200~ over 3 months.

    And I thought my usage was a bit too much already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrashWire
    2200~ over 3 months.

    And I thought my usage was a bit too much already.
    well, it's not the shutter count that counts

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    Your first 10000 photographs are your worst. -Henri Cartier-Bresson

    Revising the statement for digital cameras I think it should be your first 100000 photos are your worst.

    http://www.naturescapes.net/122004/mk1204.htm
    Last edited by reno77; 14th April 2005 at 02:03 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reno77
    Your first 10000 photographs are your worst. -Henri Cartier-Bresson

    Revising the statement for digital cameras I think it should be your first 100000 photos are your worst.

    http://www.naturescapes.net/122004/mk1204.htm
    meaning, i am still in the worst stage

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    Quote Originally Posted by E1g3
    installed the software, import a pic, but can find the shutter count info. can show where to read this info
    anyone ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by E1g3
    anyone ?
    after launching opanda, click on the "open folder" icon on the left hand side.

    choose a file to open.

    after successfully open , on the right hand side, you will see a list of EXIF info.

    scroll to the end (bottom), u will see this words "Total Number of Shutter Releases for Camera". This is the shutter count.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eikin
    well, it's not the shutter count that counts
    it is true that shutter counts does not necessarily co-relate with taking of better pics. shutter counts does indicate how well use is the shutter mechanism and the camera in general.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frostyIntrepid
    seems like the software doesn't quite work for Canon cams...
    yah, I think it does not work for 10D at all. just curios how one of the 10D owner from cser manage to get the shutter count using opanda.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by E1g3
    anyone ?
    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_Yeo
    after launching opanda, click on the "open folder" icon on the left hand side.

    choose a file to open.

    after successfully open , on the right hand side, you will see a list of EXIF info.

    scroll to the end (bottom), u will see this words "Total Number of Shutter Releases for Camera". This is the shutter count.
    E1g3, I believe Paul is using Nikon, what system are you using?

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    Dun even think about that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shihyong
    E1g3, I believe Paul is using Nikon, what system are you using?
    I'm using 10D

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    It's the quality that matters ... not the quantity ...

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