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I'm sure this has a simple answer and I should know it but can anyone tell me how to find the shutter count on a D80 or a D90?
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You could try this site to see if it works for you.
This may be of help if you have either photoshop cs4 or cs5.
A slight variation on Eddie's input
(Assuming you are using Photoshop) Open the the latest image taken with either camera, press Shift-Control-Alt-I and the File Information window will open.
Click on the tab 'Raw Data' and type 'image' (without the ' ') in the Search area.
The following will be selected with the word 'image' highlighted -
In this example, this is the third shutter actuation of my old D200 i.e. ImageNumber>3 is the total shutter activations at the time of the image being taken.
It also worked in P Shop Elements 9
That's probably a better variation.
(I forgot that the the code would manifest into the number itself Doh!!)
You should see something like this: aux:ImageNumber3/aux:ImageNumber
...preceded by < and > at the end!! (It's still writing the code on this page to some extent - I hope this helps a little)
Many thanks everyone!
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