Free Shutter Counter For Mac

Nikon embeds shutter count data into every JPEG. They have implemented this feature on all their digital SLR cameras post 2005. To find out your cameras shutter count or total number of shutter releases, take a picture in JPEG quality (small basic settings).Save it to your computer, and upload it to this page by clicking the BROWSE button above. Once you have selected your JPEG image, enter. Weightymatey December 25, 2015 / Version: Free Shutter Count 1.0 2015-12-25 02:47:16 By Weightymatey. SONY Alpha shutter/image counter. This tool will provide the number of shutter actuations that the camera has made up to the file in question. ONLY ORIGINAL JPG or ARW files STRAIGHT from the camera will work. Any photo editing software will damage this data. There is no copyright, everyone is free to use the code as they wish.

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ROGERWILCO357ROGERWILCO357
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what software do you use to find out your shutter count I have the 30d,7d,5dmk2 and would love to see what the shutter count is on all the bodies ..i have A Mac and wonder what software if any there is out there for the mac?
If none what software do you use for the windows platform ..

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jlropesjlropes
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ROGERWILCO357 wrote in post #12983181
what software do you use to find out your shutter count I have the 30d,7d,5dmk2 and would love to see what the shutter count is on all the bodies ..i have A Mac and wonder what software if any there is out there for the mac?
If none what software do you use for the windows platform ..

Hi,
take a look to this sw: http://www.astrojargon​.net …AutoDetectCooki​eSupport=1
Should be right for your need.
Gianluca

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monk3ymonk3y
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I posted this on another thread... I just use CS5 to look at shutter count. not sure how accurate it is specially on Cameras with videos
https://photography-on-the.net …p=12982386&post​count=3032
or you could upload your photo on Flickr and check it out under the exif tab
https://photography-on-the.net …p=12983246&post​count=3036

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NikolasNikolas
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jlropes wrote in post #12983295
Hi,
take a look to this sw: http://www.astrojargon​.net …AutoDetectCooki​eSupport=1
Should be right for your need.
Gianluca


Yes and it's NOT for a mac

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jlropesjlropes
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Nikolas wrote in post #12983370
Yes and it's NOT for a mac

This is the MAC version: http://www.astrojargon​.net/40DShutterCount.a​spx
The author says 40DShutterCount is the 'old' version of the newer EOSInfo.

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philwillmediaphilwillmedia
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I use this http://homepage.mac.co​m/aozer/EV/
I've checked images from both my 40D and also my 1D MkII. I can't guarantee it's accuracy but it does appear to be OK.
I've cross referenced it with this http://www.camerashutt​ercount.com/ and a couple of other actuation counters I've come across and the count has matched and so I take it on face value.
Based on the amount I shoot, I reckon it's right.

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rick_renorick_reno
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I tried the CS5 --schema thing and got 0 for mine. I know it has more than 0 on it.


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konstantinpavlikhinkonstantinpavlikhin
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I've made an OS X app called EOS Inspector that reads shutter actuations count:
http://eosinspectorapp​.com
You can download it on the Mac App Store via this link:
http://appstore.com/ma​c/eosinspector

ShutterCheck for Mac — Check Shutter Count of Your Canon EOS Camera.

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ppmaxppmax
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Just downloaded and installed...will check it out tonight.
Out of curiosity:
Did you wrap gphoto2 inside an app?
thx much for the heads up
PP

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konstantinpavlikhinkonstantinpavlikhin
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ppmax wrote in post #16832949
Did you wrap gphoto2 inside an app?

No, gphoto and its underlying lib are completely unrelated to my app. Moreover, I believe it is not even possible to use this method if you want to distribute your app on the Mac App Store.
I hope you will find my little app useful!

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DmabDmab
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AgnesL wrote in post #16587822
Hi,
For your 7d and 5d II it can be a solution: ShutterCount for Mac.
https://itunes.apple.c​om …ercount/id72012​3827?mt=12
Cheers

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InfiniteDivideInfiniteDivide
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I am very happy with ShutterCount.app and it only cost me $2 when I got it.
There are free options, yes, but they require an internet connections on a website.
THe app works on my laptop without internet to check my friends gear or used gear.
Worth it to me. (Old thread, but still valid info)

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konstantinpavlikhinkonstantinpavlikhin
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InfiniteDivide wrote in post #16837349
There are free options, yes, but they require an internet connections on a website. The app works on my laptop without internet to check my friends gear or used gear.

EOS Inspector is free and it doesn’t require an internet connection because it is a self-contained OS X application. Give it a try and let me know what you think about it.

ShutterCheck for Mac — Check Shutter Count of Your Canon EOS Camera.

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GregDunnGregDunn
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None of these applications work on my cameras under OS X 10.8 or 10.6 (my backup computer). I even downloaded and compiled gphoto2, but it returns 'unknown camera' for both my 550D and 7D.
On the bright side, POTN user mij posted this gem:
Mac Shutter Count App
and it works perfectly on both of my computers, both of my cameras.

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Jan 13, 2015 11:37 as a reply to @konstantinpavlikhin's post #15

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ShutterCount displays the number of shutter actuations (the shutter count) of your Canon EOS digital camera – click “…More” for the complete list of supported cameras. The shutter count is read directly from a USB-connected camera, and thus provides accurate numbers that are not attainable with simple EXIF-based methods.

Note: This application contains in-app and/or external module purchases.

What’s New

Canon Camera Shutter Counter

Version 3.1:
New
  • Added support for Canon EOS 6D Mark II, 200D/Rebel SL2/Kiss X9 via both USB and Wi-Fi connections
  • Added support for Canon EOS 7D in the Live View Pack
  • Memory cards are now scanned automatically
  • Added a warning message when a scanned memory card contains no usable image
  • Added a warning message when a camera storing shutter count information in image files is connected via USB
Fixed
  • Fixed a potential crash when a just-deleted history log was selected for display
  • The app no longer displays a negative live view counter when the 5D Mark II returns inconsistent data due to camera firmware bugs; the live view counter will be 0 in this rare case

Requirements

  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.7 or later

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