You have to open Opanda IExif 2.3, then use it to open a jpeg image that was created (without modification in your computer) in the D700. Opanda will then list the Exif data. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and the 8th line from the bottom on the left will read Total Number of Shutter Releases for Camera and on the right will be the number. It will not work with NEF files or jpegs created or modified in the computer.
Thanks Marty but I tried but I don't see in the list when I scrol down th Total Number of Shutter Releases......is a JPeg and hasn't been altered by photoshop or something...what can I do to get the Total Number of Shutter ...
Mon 18-Mar-13 02:31 AM | edited Mon 18-Mar-13 02:35 AM by MEMcD
What does the 8th line from the bottom of the page say in the Entry Column on the left side. On my computer: Entry____________________________________________ Value_______________ 00A3 Total Number of Shutter Actuations for Camera.....25000 00A8 00B0 00B1 00B6 00B7 00B8 00B9 (bottom)
You will have to expand the width of the columns to see the entire text.
Of course, there is always good old Picasa -- free from Google. Just make sure that when you open the jpeg image, the info button on the bottom right is activated. You will see a wealth of info about the image and close to the bottom after scrolling down: Shutter count =