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How do I find the shutter count on my Nikon camera?

How do I find the shutter count on my Nikon camera?

Finding the shutter count on Nikon & Pentax cameras The shutter count is stored within each photo’s EXIF data. All you need to do is take a photo and upload the file to the website myshuttercount.com. It’ll then tell you exactly what number that particular photo is.

How do I find the shutter count on my Nikon d500?

Under Tools – Exif, you will see Image Number, which corresponds to the number of shutter actuations.

How do I find the shutter count on my Nikon D5000?

checking shutter actuations — d5000 Thanks! Download Opanda (free) and use it to open a JPG file generated from the D5000 (or converted from RAW in ViewNX). Scroll down in Opanda, and you should see the number of actuations.

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Can Nikon shutter count reset?

The actual shutter count is stored in memory of the camera and users cannot reset it and resetting the stored shutter count would essentially be fraud, unless it was done by Canon service for good reason.

How do I find the shutter count on my Nikon D5300?

Here’s how to use it to find the shutter count of a D5300. Open the image in the Preview app and load the NEF or JPG image you want to use. Go to Tools > Inspector or use the keyboard shortcut CMD+I . You’ll get a small General Info popup screen.

What is the shutter life of a Nikon D3500?

100,000
Nikon Shutter Count Ratings

Camera Model Shutter Rating
D500 200,000
D850 200,000
D3500 100,000
D5600 100,000

How do I know if my Nikon camera is refurbished?

Photographer Paul Eichengrun writes that Nikon physically marks every piece of equipment that it refurbishes. If your lens, camera, or flash was previously returned to Nikon, examined, and then resold, then it will have two pin prick circular indentations on the sides of the serial number.