Software that lists out the focal length of pictures


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Hi all

I ever downloaded a freeware that measures the focal length of your pictures in your computer and show what is the majority of focal lengths used. I lost that link. Does anyone know?
 

zac08

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I think it could be this one : exposureplot_110
 

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erm....... u dun need any software. go to ur file -> right click -> properties -> summary -> advance
all the info of ur photo is there
 

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erm....... u dun need any software. go to ur file -> right click -> properties -> summary -> advance
all the info of ur photo is there
Well, tat's for each photo. This software gives you a plot of all the jpeg pictures taken in a particular folder and tells you how many are taken at this aperture, shutter speed or ISO and also the focal length used... Not bad for those who use a super-zoom and needs to narrow down their choices to a smaller better zoom.
 

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is there any others that can read RAW as most of my photos are RAW.
 

cryder

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For RAW, I'd reccomend Adobe Bridge.

thanks man. though i have cs3, but i never use bridge itself. is there a way to export the exif to a file? i need the statistics to see which focal length range i normally shoot with, so that i can buy 1 of the combinations, 1 trinity lens(old or new)+D300 or 2 lenses instead.

I found another program ExifTool but all those options make my head swell(i rather read the D300 manual);p. hope that anyone that have used this program can provide me the command line with options(only focal length data):sticktong.
 

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