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Discussion in 'Other Cool Gear, Camera Bags, Camera Straps' started by Donzo98, Aug 6, 2007.
Does Opanda work with the S5 jpg's? Looking to add one... and want check actuations.
Add one..? Opanda is an EXIF viewer, it reads EXIF information regardless of brand. If the S5 records shutter actuations in the EXIF field, then Opanda should show it.
Does Opanda work with the Mac platform? If so, I haven't been able to find that!
It apears so. here is a link to one of cwilt (charles) s5 images. I was able to open exif with opanda.
Check out the info in this thread. It seems like the S5 has a built in shutter release counter. http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/read.asp?forum=1020&message=23500699
Or, just send the darn thing to me and I'll do it.
I still have a couple of lenses I can strap on to confirm that it's up to snuff. :wink:
Opanda only works with Windoze machines according to their website. Since you are using Mac though, I think its worth taking advantage of Safari as its one of the only browsers that recognises colour profiles - assuming the person putting the image online has embedded one, which most do when they are posted to photography websites.
I personally prefer Firefox for some things, plus Safari seems to be a little bit of a memory hog, but if you have a calibrated monitor, it seems only beneficial to see the images the way the person intended as it makes a huge difference if I open an image with an embedded profile in Safari and Firefox, they most often look very different because Firefox like all Windows browsers is just guessing at the colours.
Now its not an EXIF editor, but Firefox has a viewer already and Safari has one kindly created by Jeffrey Friedl, which shows absolutely an incredible amount of data. Its available at http://regex.info/blog/other-writings/online-exif-image-data-viewer/
I am looking to add an S5 to my stable... not Opanda. :smile: