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03-12-2016, 03:50 PM   #1
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Determining Actuation on K10

I know this has been asked and answered before. I went to the old posts and the pictures showing where to look in Photome for the number have been removed. I have tried JPEGS and Raw and also direct from SD card to make sure Exif data was not removed by software and still cant find it.

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QuoteOriginally posted by rodh Quote
I know this has been asked and answered before. I went to the old posts and the pictures showing where to look in Photome for the number have been removed. I have tried JPEGS and Raw and also direct from SD card to make sure Exif data was not removed by software and still cant find it.
In my (German) version of PhotoMe the number of actuations is found in "Herstellerdaten" (manufacturer data?).
It is "Shutter Count". If there is no text shown, its Tag-ID is "005D"

By the way, all Pentax cameras I own (even Optio A series!) show the shutter count also on the right top corner of the display if you review with info switched on.
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QuoteOriginally posted by RKKS08 Quote
In my (German) version of PhotoMe the number of actuations is found in "Herstellerdaten" (manufacturer data?).
It is "Shutter Count". If there is no text shown, its Tag-ID is "005D"

By the way, all Pentax cameras I own (even Optio A series!) show the shutter count also on the right top corner of the display if you review with info switched on.
Thanks folks. I was looking for total shutter actuations not the one shown on the camera. I think I have found it.

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QuoteOriginally posted by rodh Quote
Thanks folks. I was looking for total shutter actuations not the one shown on the camera. I think I have found it.
Sorry, I completely forgot that the number on the screen is user resettable.

As I have never done it, with my cameras the number ist still identical with what PhotoMe shows.
However, I am not sure whether there is a maximum number for that screen value.
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