#2. "RE: EXIF" | In response to Reply # 0
Opanda.com has a decent EXIF plug-in.
I have switched over to the one at PhotoMe.de
However, ExifTool.com will give you more than you ever wanted.
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#8. "RE: EXIF" | In response to Reply # 7
Nikon View NX2 is a free downloadable software from Nikon, click here. You can also find tutorials there.
Nikon View NX2 is a basic image (including RAW/NEF) editor, and organizer. It doesn't show shutter count which is why I use PhotoME - also free.
Depending on how much info you want, you might be able to open an image on your computer, right click Properties and see the basic exif information (with a Windows computer).
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