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Discussion in 'General Technical Discussion' started by SRA, Oct 17, 2005.
on your D2x?
Thanks in advance.
Run Opanda IEXIF on a JPG file.
actuations on a D2X
how about if you are using a Mac?
My question too. Thanks for asking Deb.
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I am not a techy by any stretch of the imagination. However here is a recent jpg. Please let me know if this offers the proper exif info you need for actuation count.
Thank you for helping with this.
Ok, give me a moment to get to my camera and I'll shoot the fresh snow just fallen from last night.
Here, just for your information, is Mount Timpanogos from just outside my front door. The snow is new as of last night.
My daughter thinks it's gorgeous! First reaction was "how pretty" second reaction was "I'll bet they don't have to use sprinklers there." Utah is the second driest state in the US. We irrigate all spring and summer long.
P.S. Does a 'hard reset' clear the acutations?
That's good news Paul,
I want the camera to a good resale item, when I buy the D3, to any possible buyer including those for legal purposes.
I ran the free version of opanda on my jpeg images..couldn't see where the number of actuations are shown...do I need to get the pro version?
Here's one of the most recent images...
The JPEG you posted had no EXIF data. You don't need the Pro version of IExif. The free standard version works. Just use it on an unprocessed JPEG straight from your camera.
Thanks Joe.....generally I shoot in raw and process into jpeg