I was going to download Openda IExif the exif viewer. To find the shutter actuations for my D70s. Went to web page and hit download-my computor pop-up says if I do it will damage the computor. blogs I read said it was a fast way to find the actuations. Which is true? cannot find it on Nikon NX. Have Paintshop ProX4 but I can't even understand how to use it. Any ideas would be welcome. Ron
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#1. "RE: shutter actuation" | In response to Reply # 0
Thousands of people use Opanda IExif without any problem. If you're getting ithe right version (or trying to) from the official Opanda website there should be no issues.
Without know exactly what your computer's "pop up" said and what operating system and anti-virus software you are running, it's impossible to say why you got it, but it could just be a generic "downloading from unsafe websites can be dangerous" warning.
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#4. "RE: shutter actuation" | In response to Reply # 0
You can use one of your recent Jpegs on you local drive and use the web page Jeffrey\'s Exif Viewer to upload your Jpeg to his site and have his site display the EXIF data and use the "Find" feature of your web browser to locate the "Shutter Count" field.
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#9. "RE: shutter actuation" | In response to Reply # 7
I always use: http://www.myshuttercount.com/
Works great with my D90 & D80...
MyShutterCount.com provides a tool for you to check your digital camera (most of the DSLR) shutter count and basic EXIF information. Just simply upload a photo which is taken by your digital camera. We will show you the shutter count of your camera instantly.
At this moment, MyShutterCount.com supports Nikon's NEF, Pentax's DNG and PEF format. Of course, JPG format is also allowed to upload.
Give it a try...