You can use Opanda Exif Viewer to see the number on shutter releases. You'll find it here, http://www.opanda.com/en/iexif/index.html and the best part is it's free. Just shoot an image, open with Opanda, scroll down to "Total number of shutter releases for camera".
Will shoot for fame...fun...food... a heck I'll shoot anytime anywhere.
>Hi Howard, I've downloaded Opanda Exif, but I don't find: >Total number of shutter releases for camera. I am missing an >additional step? TIA, Ed Weidman. Hi, I saw an item that was abbreviated but when I copied the item to Notepad, it was the "Total number of shutter releases". Thanks again for your help. Ed
download and install the exif viewer. You can then open jpgs through the software or right click on an image file and open the software. Almost to the bottom of the resulting screen is the total number of shutter releases.
____________________________________________________________________ When no one is looking, Pigs can walk on they're hind legs