Check Camera shutter count with Opanda IEXIF

Every photographers want to know camera’s shutter count which is the number of shots has been taken with their camera stored in a photo’s EXIF data information. Or some people want to know before they buy used camera because they knew that shutter has its limit (don’t worry, you can change with new one). If you’re using NIKON SLR camera, Opanda IEXIF is ready for you. Opanda IEXIF is a free EXIF reader program that can read all the information from a photo taken by Nikon SLR cameras. To read EXIF data, click Open menu and select the photo you just taken now. It will show all the EXIF information like, Camera model, shutter speed, aperture, flash fired or not, etc. To find Number of shots, see “Total Number of Shutter Releases for Camera“. Here mine is 15,377 :).



6 responses to “Check Camera shutter count with Opanda IEXIF”

  1. Nice post!
    so good.

  2. Mine is just 3888 bro! :)
    I will take more in the near furture ;)
    Thanks for sharing

  3. Hello, in my research through the Internet for an answer to my question: “How can I see the number of photos taken with a camera?” I discovered your blog. My question to you is what type of camera you used to do the test. Because I want to find this number for Canon 400D and the program doesn’t show me that information. I’ve tried also with a 30D and 40D and still nothing. Is there a trick or something? Thank you!

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