Shutter Count


Dec 28, 2009
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Hi - I own a D90 and would like to know how to check the shutter count?
 

Kopred

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I downloaded a free program called opanda, they can read the EXIF data which shows shutter count. There are online ones as well, but the opanda allows me to use it offline. Reads JPEG only
Hi,
I've just downloaded the software mentioned, but I can't find the shutter count info.
Any other software? The info not viewable in the camera itself?

Regards
 

Kopred

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Jul 25, 2010
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Hi,
I've just downloaded the software mentioned, but I can't find the shutter count info.
Any other software? The info not viewable in the camera itself?

Regards
Oops, my bad.. i saw it.
Thanks a bunch!
 

Abbot Man

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Hi - I own a D90 and would like to know how to check the shutter count?
Download the exiftool utility on your computer to read your image file:

$ /usr/bin/exiftool DSC_2643.NEF | grep "Shutter Count"
Shutter Count : 2645
$


The good thing with exiftool is.... it read your raw image as well. :)
 

Rashkae

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Nov 28, 2005
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Download the exiftool utility on your computer to read your image file:

$ /usr/bin/exiftool DSC_2643.NEF | grep "Shutter Count"
Shutter Count : 2645
$


The good thing with exiftool is.... it read your raw image as well. :)
You make a lot of assumptions about the OS people are using...
 

daredevil123

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Download the exiftool utility on your computer to read your image file:

$ /usr/bin/exiftool DSC_2643.NEF | grep "Shutter Count"
Shutter Count : 2645
$


The good thing with exiftool is.... it read your raw image as well. :)
My machine only reads assembly.. how? :bsmilie:

Want to show off, go somewhere else to show off la...

Don't think anyone here will be impressed that you are using or know linux.
 

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