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06-10-2011, 07:44 AM   #1
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Picture clicks

I have seen in many threads on here people talking about clicks or number of pics on camera , how do i check that on my k1od.

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I use PhotoME a free program to see lots of info on your photos plus see how many shutter actuations your camera has.
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Or - just upload a latest picture taken with your camera to this link.
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If you have an account with flickr, any uploaded, unedited image with have the shutter count in the exif as well. It's there. Buried deep but there.
Flickr has a level for free, online photo sharing if you are not familiar with the service.

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Matt, my free flickr account doesn't have the shutter count on it. Perhaps this only available on paid accounts/pro ones.

I prefer PhotoMe because the less upload of my photos on the net is best for me.
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Are you sure? That would be a bit odd. Are you suggesting that only the Pro (paid upgrade) will list the metadata with your images? Free accounts do not have the option to view EXIF of their images?
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In the EXIF it does not show shutter counts. I can see all the other metadata about my photos but not the shutter count.
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That may be a case of Picasa stripping data. If you leave the image unedited it should list all the file information. Picasa will reduce the amount of information in property lines if edit the image in any way.
Just for the sake of science, take any image off your SD card, upload it in Picasa then upload that to flickr and see if about 110 lines of information is listed with that image.
With Picasa, you can export and resize the image and upload and still retain full EXIF but if you make an edit, crop, any adjustment and then "Save", Picasa will nit report full information.

Note- I just realized that we are not aware if you do or do not use Picasa. But some software will strip metadata once you click Save.


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