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    Default Shutter count

    Hi User,

    1. pls help to advise is there a way to check the shutter count ??

    2. how the BKT work in the D90, understand that it will take a few shot at a go.
    one base on the camera exposure, second +1 , third -1. how can i use this fuction
    in D90.

    cheer
    Kurt

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    Default Re: Shutter count

    Quote Originally Posted by boh8187 View Post
    Hi User,

    1. pls help to advise is there a way to check the shutter count ??

    2. how the BKT work in the D90, understand that it will take a few shot at a go.
    one base on the camera exposure, second +1 , third -1. how can i use this fuction
    in D90.

    cheer
    Kurt
    2. In lieu of reading the manual...

    hold BKT button, turn main dial left or right. Left 1 is normal and under exposure (1/3EV up to 2EV). Left 2 is normal and over exposure. Right 1 is normal/under/over. You also have to set release mode to continuous. I use high-speed.
    Last edited by kaikibbler; 20th March 2009 at 12:53 AM.
    D90 | 16-85mmVR | 70-300mmVR | AF-S 50mm 1.4

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    Default Re: Shutter count

    For shutter count, you need to have the latest photo taken with the camera. Then use a software, like Opanda, to read the EXIF. From there, Opanda will tell you the shutter count
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    Default Re: Shutter count

    Third party softwares from Opanda IEXIF ( works for jpeg ) , Exiftools( can read from nef as well )

    Photoshop can read shutter counts as well.

    And food for thought, something from Nikon.

    Ryan

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    Default Re: Shutter count

    Hi gus,

    Tks for the 2 cent

    cheer
    Kurt

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