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10-29-2009, 08:16 AM   #1
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How many acutations?

This is probably already posted somewhere on the forum but my searches haven't panned out.

I am selling a K10-D and purchasing a K20-D. How can I tell how many acutations each one has performed? Is there a counter in the camera itself? External software required?

I'd appreciate any help the members can provide. Somehow, when I switched from film to digital a few years back I never learned this particular skill.

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10-29-2009, 08:23 AM   #2
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PhotoME - Exif, IPTC & ICC Metadata Editor

Take one photo, copy it to your PC and open it with this software. There you will find how many acutations you have made Hope this helps
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Thanks!

I'll check it out ASAP.
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You don't need to install any software on your PC. Just upload a raw or jpg file here, and see all the possible pieces of exif data, including the number of clicks.

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QuoteOriginally posted by causey Quote
You don't need to install any software on your PC. Just upload a raw or jpg file here, and see all the possible pieces of exif data, including the number of clicks.
Thanks, I had used PhotoMe and I never searched around for other alternatives.
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Even better. Thanks!

Thanks to Stefan (waqas) for the tip...this looks even easier. I'll try it when I get home tonight.

The members of this forum never fail to come up with the right stuff!

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cant find the actuations in photome. where was it located?
11-05-2009, 05:49 AM   #8
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i use KUSO Exif Viewer

it is a free down load that lets you view and edit EXIF data

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cant find the actuations in photome. where was it located?
It's there, under 'Manufacturer's Notes' using PhotoMe 0.79.
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Found it. thx!
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