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    Default Re: Finally, a FREE software to check shutter count on a Mac.

    Thanks a lot for sharing. Worked well in my 5D Mark II and 1D Mark IV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obelix View Post
    Cannot be lei. My 5D3 is ok. You might want to log off the utility and launch it again. As mentioned by the programmer, this utility is not stable and might need a reset after reading a device.
    ya i did close the eos utility, restart everything, still same, "UNABLE TO FIND A CONNECTED CAMERA"
    may i know what firmware version on your 5dmk3?
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    Quote Originally Posted by xl1 View Post
    ya i did close the eos utility, restart everything, still same, "UNABLE TO FIND A CONNECTED CAMERA"
    may i know what firmware version on your 5dmk3?
    Same as yours, the latest version 1.2.1.

    No problems on mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xl1 View Post
    ya i did close the eos utility, restart everything, still same, "UNABLE TO FIND A CONNECTED CAMERA" may i know what firmware version on your 5dmk3?
    I think you need to switch on your camera?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alwaysjerricky View Post
    I think you need to switch on your camera?
    it is on
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    Perhaps you need to connect the camera to the computer via USB cable, switch on the camera then launch the app. I THINK that was my sequence. I can't remember if it was launch app then switch on camera or switch on camera then launch app. Try one of those. Hope that helps.

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    Default Re: Finally, a FREE software to check shutter count on a Mac.

    Quote Originally Posted by G-man View Post
    Perhaps you need to connect the camera to the computer via USB cable, switch on the camera then launch the app. I THINK that was my sequence. I can't remember if it was launch app then switch on camera or switch on camera then launch app. Try one of those. Hope that helps.
    still cannot hahaha, try so many possibilities, never mind, i just pay eoscount for 7 buck for a lifetime checking this camera....
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    Default Re: Finally, a FREE software to check shutter count on a Mac.

    For Linux users and Mac users.

    gPhoto2

    http://www.gphoto.org/

    http://www.shutteractuations.com/can...shutter-count/

    Digic 3 and 4 only. Free of charge.
    Last edited by ricohflex; 8th September 2013 at 09:58 AM.

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    Default Re: Finally, a FREE software to check shutter count on a Mac.

    Quote Originally Posted by xl1 View Post
    it is on
    You may need to use Internet Explorer browser as the EOSCount uses Active X control. Used to require 32 bit system. Not sure if now 64 bit system can do.

    ..........................
    As to Sergei's (EOSCount) assertion that another (EOSMsg) programmer copied his code, we do not know what is the truth. We remain neutral until the matter is resolved. There are major and fundamental differences between the two. One needs a compulsory online connection to some website before it can function as a shutter count. It requires ActiveX. It has a complex you-must-pay-me-first engine to extract online payment before the software can operate further. The other is STAND-ALONE i.e. no internet connection is required. It is completely FOC. Let them sort it out in the international law courts. Currently the local legal approach is that one is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. It is not - "you are guilty (of copying my code) because I say so".
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