Ever wondered how many actuations your camera shutter already releases from the day you started using it??

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EXIF data is the answer!

What is an EXIF Data?

Exchangeable Image File – Data that is stored in jpeg and TIFF image files, such as shutter speed, date and time, focal length, exposure compensation, metering pattern and if a flash was used at the time a photo was taken. EXIF data is very useful when you are evaluating your photograph. [Source: forphotography]

Where to find the EXIF data of an image???

One of the easiest way to check this information is by using and downloading an EXIF viewer software.

OPANDA

Opanda IExif is a professional Exif viewer in Windows / IE /  Firefox. It displays every item of EXIF data of an image. It shows the camera’s model, settings, and more.

Download Opanda for free!

All you have to do after downloading and installing Opanda is to open or drag the last photo you took from your camera into the software.
Scroll down to “Total Number of Shutter Releases for Camera”

Sample Screenshot

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