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Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by 304HighDrone, May 12, 2016.
Is there a way to pull the shutter count off the last photo taken?
The Exif data doesn't contain anything that would give you that information.
When I view my photos on my pc, if I right click and choose properties, it tells me. On my tablet (android) when I view the photos, I can hit the "I" or information and it tells me. For example I just looked at a night photo I took and it says - f/2.8 6.00 3.61mm ISO100
The 6.0 is the shutter. I was taking 6 second shots.
Hope this helps!
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I was referring to the total number of pictures taken from the came since day 1. You can get that information from DSLR's and thought maybe there was a way with the P3 camera, but apparently there isn't. Thanks for the info though.
It's not a DSLR so why would you care about shutter count ? The shutter is electronic and it doesn't wear off like curtain type shutter found in DSLR I would care more about motor bearings and cracks on the frame instead of that tbh