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    How do I find my camera's shutter count?

    Its anybody know here how to find shutter count..for D70..becoz i think to sell but not now.

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    Re: Shutter count..?

    With canon cameras you can often infer the shutter count based on the original file name. Not sure if this is also the case with the Nikon cameras...

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    Re: Shutter count..?

    You can, but only if the user has selected that option in the menu, and kept it, and even so, it rolls back to '0' at 10,000 images

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    Re: How do I find my camera's shutter count?

    have you tried Opanda EXIF reader?
    http://www.opanda.com/en/iexif/
    it reads our D50, D70 and D300*. It shouldn't be a problem for D70 cuz it doesn't have live view.

    *I heard shutter count is a real nightmare when live view comes in play.

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    Re: How do I find my camera's shutter count?

    tq..for the advise i will try soon

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    Re: How do I find my camera's shutter count?

    Does Opanda have a total shutter count field in it somewhere? I've never noticed.

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    Re: How do I find my camera's shutter count?

    Hi,
    I use Nikon D200 I was able to see the shutter count from EXIF data values for
    "Image Count" and "Shutter Count" in flickr.

    An example from the flickr page
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/_ajith/3263378579/meta/

    Please search for "Image Count" and "Shutter Count" in this page.
    You will find my camera shutter count.
    Image Count: 12249
    Shutter Count: 12249

    ~Ajith

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    Thanks for the shutter info. I just bought my Nikon D2xs from Nikon Canada as a new old stock body for under 1g. Before I took it home they had it checked and cleaned and calibrated and it was dead on. When I asked about the shutter count they only said it was real low. So on one of my flickr pic's I just found out the count is about 2200.,which is less than I thought. This info age can get a bit scary and with the GPS add on it evn tells you where you were at the time of the shot and maybe which direction you were shooting as well. A friend told me that within 10 years cameras could read you retina when you shoot as well. I guess anything on a small chip is coming to our cameras.

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    Re: How do I find my camera's shutter count?

    Quote Originally Posted by tirediron View Post
    Does Opanda have a total shutter count field in it somewhere? I've never noticed.
    Yes, under ENTRY "Total Number of Shutter Releases For Camera". That is the 5th row from the last row. Hope this helps.

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    Re: How do I find my camera's shutter count?

    You can also get it with KUSO.

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    Re: Shutter count..?

    Quote Originally Posted by tirediron View Post
    You can, but only if the user has selected that option in the menu, and kept it, and even so, it rolls back to '0' at 10,000 images
    My D80 hasn't rolled back and it's almost 20,000. Is this specific to the D70?

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    Re: Shutter count..?

    You can use Preview Extractor to check

    Have fun!

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    Re: How do I find my camera's shutter count?

    Don't know, I'm afraid. But I once asked a new girl-friend how many lovers she had had. I got a slap around the face. So, be careful...

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    Re: How do I find my camera's shutter count?

    Quote Originally Posted by carregwen View Post
    Don't know, I'm afraid. But I once asked a new girl-friend how many lovers she had had. I got a slap around the face. So, be careful...
    The classic answer is 3 - the cad who was the first then dumped her, the second who she really loved - then you

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    Re: How do I find my camera's shutter count?

    Quote Originally Posted by mk00 View Post
    The classic answer is 3 - the cad who was the first then dumped her, the second who she really loved - then you
    I'm sure that one of our wonderful lady members from outside the UK will have some comment to make on that...

    And it's a great delaying tactic, because I really don't know how you get a shutter count.

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    Re: How do I find my camera's shutter count?

    As mentioned earlier - opanda - great little piece of software.

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    Re: How do I find my camera's shutter count?

    For most Canon users there is a nice piece of software available EOSInfo on www. astrojargon.net.

    For Nikon users check this: http://drchung.new21.net/previewextractor/
    Last edited by Jandiep; 19th December 2010 at 09:47 AM. Reason: Nikon info added

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    Re: How do I find my camera's shutter count?

    I think if you you use IrfanView it will find the shutter count on many different model cameras.

    Just load up any photo, click the menus: image, information, exif and scroll down.

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    Re: How do I find my camera's shutter count?

    I have a Pentax K10 DSLR I'm trying to sell on Craig's List in Denver and a prospective buyer asked about the shutter count. How do I find that?
    Thanks

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