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Forums Lobby MASTER YOUR NIKON CAMERA Nikon D5000/D3000 series (Public) topic #1139
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bruak   Bonney Lake, US  Registered since 01st Jan 2010 Wed 06-Jan-10 08:18 PM
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"Shutter Priority and ISO"



I've noticed when I take a photo set to shutter priority then download and check image properties on PSE7 it does not record ISO rating. How do I check image properties on the camera to determine if it's a camera or PSE7 issue?
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MEMcD Moderator In depth knowledge in various areas   US  Nikonian since 24th Dec 2007 Wed 06-Jan-10 08:54 PM
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Wed 06-Jan-10 08:55 PM by MEMcD


Hi Bruce,

The ISO should be in the file. Download Opanda IExif 2.3 available free at www.opanda.com and open a jpeg created in the camera with IExif 2.3. It should show the ISO.
You can also check the image data in the camera. See page 116-121 in the D5000 Users Manual.
If you modify the file in PSE7 and put it back on the card, the camera will not be able to see the image.
Good Luck and Enjoy your Nikons!

Best Regards,
Marty

  

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bruak   Bonney Lake, US  Registered since 01st Jan 2010 Wed 06-Jan-10 09:27 PM
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Thanks for the link Marty. Can't wait to tryout the software.
Bruce

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alanbreck   US  Registered since 29th Dec 2009 Fri 08-Jan-10 01:59 AM
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Fri 08-Jan-10 02:05 AM by alanbreck


I have had problems with the D5000 dropping ISO from the EXIF from time to time. Still have not been able to nail down exactly what settings trigger the problem, but I have found it to happen more commonly when using a flash. I have not really tried to figure it out yet, as it has been more of a minor annoyance than anything else.

BTW, I am using Adobe Elements Organizer 8 to view EXIF. Also, I almost always shoot in Aperture priority.

ETA: While we're mentioning D5000 firmware bugs, I also experience the JPEG file timestamp periodically setting the file time as UTC, and not the UTC-5 that I have programmed into the settings menu. Makes for stupid results when sorting your pics by date on the computer. Again, a minor annoyance since I am very happy with the quality of images that come off the D5000.

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