How to check shutter Count


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Hi,

There was a thread about checking shutter count some time ago, but I can't seem to find it. May I ask this question again?

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ah.zeep

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Hi,

Hi,

There was a thread about checking shutter count some time ago, but I can't seem to find it. May I ask this question again?

Thanks
Tried a search?

It yielded:
[post=2931964]Re: What is shutter count[/post]
[thread=259520]Shutter count[/thread]
[post=2767306]Shutter count[/post] (another thread with the same name!)
... plus countless others.

HTH
 

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Oh..Thanks. Will google and try.

Cheers

Hi,



Tried a search?

It yielded:
[post=2931964]Re: What is shutter count[/post]
[thread=259520]Shutter count[/thread]
[post=2767306]Shutter count[/post] (another thread with the same name!)
... plus countless others.

HTH
 

Artosoft

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For which camera?

For Nikon, you can try PreviewExtractor. Google it ;) .

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Arto.
 

xunjas

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If you reset file numbering, the shutter count is not reset.

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Arto.
reset file numbering.. shutter count not reset. n user cant see shutter count anymore when the file numbering is reset.. for canon, after 9999. new folder's file count start from 0001 again..
 

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reset file numbering.. shutter count not reset. n user cant see shutter count anymore when the file numbering is reset.. for canon, after 9999. new folder's file count start from 0001 again..
shutter count are not determine by the file numbering, is embed into the file, for Nikon cameras, can use a software to check the shutter count by reading the latest image file.
 

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I was told that if you save yr camera settings to a CF card, (eg at 5K shuter count) and load it back when yr shutter is (eg 10K) it will be reset to 5k. Dunno how true it is.

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Artosoft

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reset file numbering.. shutter count not reset. n user cant see shutter count anymore when the file numbering is reset.. for canon, after 9999. new folder's file count start from 0001 again..
On canon 400D, only service center can read shutter count. Don't say you can read shutter count yourself.

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jmmtn4aj

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I remember a website that showed the shutter count for my EOS300D when I uploaded a picture taken with it. Basically whatever you set the file naming to, the camera will still record the shutter-number to the picture as metadata, so you need some software to read it. There might be some free ones on the web, try googling. In the meantime I'll try to remember what that website was..
 

xunjas

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I remember a website that showed the shutter count for my EOS300D when I uploaded a picture taken with it. Basically whatever you set the file naming to, the camera will still record the shutter-number to the picture as metadata, so you need some software to read it. There might be some free ones on the web, try googling. In the meantime I'll try to remember what that website was..
i see..
 

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