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05-14-2008, 07:14 PM   #1
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K10D shot count?

Anybody know how to access the number of shutter actuations in a K10D body?

(sorry if it's been asked before)

Thanks.

05-14-2008, 07:24 PM   #2
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It is in the exif data. You'll need a good exif reader that shows more than the exposure information.
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I just opened a jpg in Opanda PowerExif, and can't see an appropriate parameter.. any idea of the parameter's name?

"shot count" or something else?

Thanks so far...
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Shutter Count

QuoteOriginally posted by lbam Quote
I just opened a jpg in Opanda PowerExif, and can't see an appropriate parameter.. any idea of the parameter's name?

"shot count" or something else?

Thanks so far...
In PhotoMe it is called Shutter Count - and the pop-up notes say Shutter Count includes all shutter actuations even if they don't result in an actual image, including manual white balance frame or digital preview. This line is in the Manufacturer Notes section.

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Excellent! I'll give it a try.. thanks
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9600, great, thanks.
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What the deuce, mine doesnt show shutter count.
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NM, I found it, it shows it on the RAW and not the JPEG for some reason, 6093.

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NM, I found it, it shows it on the RAW and not the JPEG for some reason, 6093.
Try it on jpeg made in camera. Many photoediting programs remove Maker notes from EXIF (Photoshop for example).
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I use exiftool:
Shutter Count : 10287
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Shutter count for in-camera jpegs

QuoteOriginally posted by Edvinas Quote
Try it on jpeg made in camera. Many photoediting programs remove Maker notes from EXIF (Photoshop for example).
I just tried exiftool on a jpeg created in my K10D. It definitely shows the shutter count.

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