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    Default How to reveal Full EXIF Info

    As above, new to this and how can i reveal Full EXIF Info for the picture taken .Thanks for the inputs.

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    Default Re: How to reveal Full EXIF Info

    Download any of the free EXIF viwers. There are many out there.

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    Didnt know there is such a thing. Thanks

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    i'm using opanda, try googling for it~
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    Default Re: How to reveal Full EXIF Info

    2nd opanda..

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    anyway not to use software?

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    Default Re: How to reveal Full EXIF Info

    i can only think of right click the photo properties n clicked the advanced button.. =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by xunjas View Post
    i can only think of right click the photo properties n clicked the advanced button.. =)
    A quick way to view as well however the data given is very limited compare what something like opanda can do.

    In fact even opanda is limited in displaying lens used. I had to go back to nikon capture...

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    Default Re: How to reveal Full EXIF Info

    Adobe Bridge CS3 does a very decent job (enough for my needs), and displays even more than EXIF info.

    • IPTC (IIM, Legacy)
    • IPTC Core
    • EXIF
    • GPS
    • Camera RAW


    There are a few more, but if you look only into photography the rest (like audio and video) are not relevant

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    Default Re: How to reveal Full EXIF Info

    Quote Originally Posted by dunnowho View Post
    A quick way to view as well however the data given is very limited compare what something like opanda can do.

    In fact even opanda is limited in displaying lens used. I had to go back to nikon capture...
    i use adobe bridge to display every single information now. =) very good

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