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  • How many pictures has my camera taken?

    So as the title sais, I am wondering how i can find out how many pictures my camera has taken? For example, I look on ebay at used cameras and they say like they have had only so may clicks. So I am just wondeing how i can find out, or is there not a way to find out?

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    There should be a number stored in your EXIF data that tells you the number of shutter releases for the camera.
    [ԯ] marcus
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    • #3
      If you can view all exif data (such as if you post the photo on flickr and click "More properties") then you can find the info there, in all likelihood.

      Example -- for Nikon, specifically: Here's the "More properties" link for one of my photos on flickr: Crocus. Look for "Shutter count" (towards the bottom). That's the info you want.
      David Clark Photography, project 365 photo blog, flickr.
      It is OK to edit and repost my photos on the DPS forums only.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by dakwegmo View Post
        There should be a number stored in your EXIF data that tells you the number of shutter releases for the camera.
        Well...i dont know much about that, so like where do i find the exif data?

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        • #5
          If yo have a Canon and depending upon which model you have, you can try this, astrojargon - EOSInfo
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          • #6
            Originally posted by lputman View Post
            If yo have a Canon and depending upon which model you have, you can try this, astrojargon - EOSInfo
            Thanks iputman!! , I have the canon 40d and that program works perfectly.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by dcclark View Post
              for Nikon, specifically: Here's the "More properties" link for one of my photos on flickr: Crocus. Look for "Shutter count" (towards the bottom). That's the info you want.
              Thank you!
              "No matter how slow the film, Spirit always stands still long enough for the photographer It has chosen." (Minor White)
              "Aim well, shoot fast, and scram." -- Henri Cartier-Bresson
              Nikon D800, Nikkor 50mm 1:4, Nikon D3000; Nikkor 18-55mm, and 55-200mm (kit lenses).
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