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Counting Up the Shutter Releases

posted at 10:53 pm
on Mar. 11, 2005

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Beside each photo I put on Flickr, there’s a link that says ” Taken with a Nikon D70. More properties” And on that page, it has all sorts of wonderful information about the picture: shutter speed, focal length, sharpness, flash, and more.

Then, near the bottom, there’s this amazing statistic ... Total Number of Shutter Releases for Camera:

Can you imagine!  I can tell how many pictures, total, I’ve taken.  That’s superb!

Anyway, I’ve had the camera since Dec. 25, 2004, and I have taken 1800 shots.  That’s 76 photos a day, on average.  I’m definitely a little photo crazy.

If you have a Flickr account, and a camera that keeps track of your shutter releases, what’s your “high score” and your daily average?  Inquiring minds want to know…  Post your links in the comments.



 
 

 

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1845 since october 30, 2004.



damn you! wink

 

Posted by heather
  at 8:20 am on Mar. 14, 2005

 

 

 

Quality trumps quantity, so you have nothing to worry about.

 

Posted by Travis
  at 8:28 am on Mar. 14, 2005

 

 

 

I also have a D70, and have been unable to locate this statistic. I've been told that it's contained in the Metadata, but so far I can seem to find everything BUT the shutter count. I'm using the Adobe RAW plugin (by XMP) downloaded from the Adobe website to view the data (in PhotoShopCS)



Any help would be great (emails welcome!!!!)



Cheers,

Andre

 

Posted by Andre
  at 4:03 am on Jun. 2, 2005

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