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    Default How to check for actual SC when buying resale DSLR

    Hi any1 can advise me if possible to check the real SC if I am buying a resale DSLR? I do not meant I don't trust those seller's info but be on cautions side I prefer if there is any software I can rely on. Thanks!!!

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    Default Re: How to check for actual SC when buying resale DSLR

    1. Take a picture using the camera.
    2. Download a exif reader from the internet.
    3. View the picture using the exif reader.
    4. Look for total shutter count/actuation/release in the information provided.

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    Default Re: How to check for actual SC when buying resale DSLR

    Quote Originally Posted by lankyal View Post
    1. Take a picture using the camera.
    2. Download a exif reader from the internet.
    3. View the picture using the exif reader.
    4. Look for total shutter count/actuation/release in the information provided.
    TS is a Canon user, without knowing what models he is interested with, there is no sure way to fit all issue.
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    Default Re: How to check for actual SC when buying resale DSLR

    Hi I was thinking to buy a EOS 7D....any solutions?
    Thanks for your advise

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    Quote Originally Posted by benny2174 View Post
    Hi I was thinking to buy a EOS 7D....any solutions?
    Thanks for your advise
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    Default Re: How to check for actual SC when buying resale DSLR

    Hi thanks all

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