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    hi anybody can teach me how to see the camera shutter count ? cos i intend to sell camera for upgrade...and buyer will ask for shutter count.....thanks.

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    You can try download and install Opanda iExif.

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    Nikon or ??

    Canon has problems getting the correct count. Only the service center has the equipment to check this count...
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    Quick way is to try uploading your last picture from your camera to Flickr. It should display then the shutter count under "More Properties" of the image.

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    What camera are using? If you're using a Canon (DigicIII/IV) do a search, its been discuss numerous times. You can download it here - http://astrojargon.net/40dshuttercou...ookieSupport=1. I've been using it since day 1 and its really accurate.
    Last edited by fitzy; 23rd January 2009 at 05:14 PM.

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    i am using d40x ...lol...i will try the way u guys teach..thanks yea...have a happy chinese new year oh....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrhello88 View Post
    i am using d40x ...lol...i will try the way u guys teach..thanks yea...have a happy chinese new year oh....
    I think the simplest way..... is to ask yourself if you are the first owner? Did you reset your counter before? If the answer is 1) Yes , 2) No.... then just take a photo and give the number as the estimate....

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