- Shutter count and more for your canon eos dslr. EOSCount allows you to read a shutter counter from a Canon EOS DSLR (DIGIC III and later) camera. It can also sync a camera clock to your PC's clock. Reasons to retrieve a camera's shutter count include: confirm that a new camera is truly new (shutter count 0) establish value of a used camera.
- In this post we’ll share a few FREE shutter actuation apps that will tell you your cameras shutter count, as well as info on the average life of popular DSLRs based on shutter actuations. Canon Shutter Actuations. Here are two free Canon shutter actuation apps that make it quick and easy to determine previous shot counts. Shutter Count Tools.
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Shutter Count Number is important – A DSLR’s shutter will eventually fail. Just as with any piece of mechanical equipment, a camera has a lifetime that is based on the number of shutter actuations otherwise known as shutter clicks or the shutter count. Sooner or later, your DSLR’s shutter will wear, slow down and eventually stop functioning.
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I read that canon has restricted the ability to view shutter count on newer rebels a while back. Are there any newer software that overcame canon's restriction?
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I think someone on here posted this a while back......the Astro Photography Tool has a shutter count as part of the program.
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If you have a Mac there is an app called EOS Inspector that can read shutter count on EOS 750D/T6i/X8i as well as 65 other supported camera models. EOS Inspector is my product, I am a sole developer behind it. I hope you don't mind that it is offered on the Mac App Store for a price of $2.99.
ShutterCheck for Mac — Check Shutter Count of Your Canon EOS Camera.
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If you’re looking to verify the use of a camera you can quickly see how many shots (or shutter actuations) it has taken using these handy apps.
Cameras, like any piece of mechanical equipment, will break down over time. After enough use the moving parts will simply wear out.
There are instances then, when it is important to know just how many times a camera has been used. Perhaps you’re looking to buy a used camera body or are simply curious about how much life you may have left in yours (you don’t want to be stuck out on a shoot with an old, faulty camera). You can measure how used a camera is by looking at the shutter actuations.
Every time a picture is taken on a DSLR camera the shutter opens and closes – one actuation.
In this post we’ll share a few FREE shutter actuation apps that will tell you your cameras shutter count, as well as info on the average life of popular DSLRs based on shutter actuations.
Canon Shutter Actuations
Here are two free Canon shutter actuation apps that make it quick and easy to determine previous shot counts..
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Shutter Count Tools is a FREE PC based app that’s LearningDSLRVideo.com recommended. You can download it here. Check out the following quick tutorial on how to use it:
Mac users will want to check out ShutterCount, a simple app that will display shutter actuation and serial number for Canon DSLRs. At $1.99 it’s nearly free. ShutterCount can be downloaded from the app store here.
Maximum Shutter Actuations Life Prediction for Canon Cameras (taken from this forum):
Canon EOS Digital Rebel XS / 1000D – 100,000
Canon EOS Digital Rebel T1i / 500D – 100,000
Canon EOS Digital Rebel XSi / 450D – 100,000
Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi / 400D – 50,000
Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT / 350D – 50,000
Canon EOS 50D – 100,000
Canon EOS 40D – 100,000
Canon EOS 30D – 100,000
Canon EOS 20D – 50,000
Canon EOS 10D – 25,000
Canon EOS 5D Mark II – 150,000
Canon EOS 5D – 100,000
Canon EOS 1D Mark III – 300,000
Canon EOS 1D Mark II N – 200,000
Canon EOS 1DS Mark III – 300,000
Canon EOS 1DS Mark II – 200,000
Nikon Shutter Actuations
Nikon (and Pentax) shooters can determine shutter actuations by uploading a still photo from the camera to MyShutterCount.com. Image file types supported include: “Nikon’s NEF, Pentax’s DNG and PEF format, and of course JPG.”
How To Find Shutter Count On Canon 750d
Maximum Shutter Actuations Life Prediction for Nikon Cameras (taken from ShutterActuations.com):
Canon 750d Shutter Count Check 6d
Nikon D4 – 400,000
Nikon D3, D3x, D3s – 300,000
Nikon D800/D800E – 200,000
Nikon D700, Nikon D600 – 150,000
Nikon D7000, D300s, D300 – 150,000
Nikon D5100, D5000, D3100, D3000, D90 – 100,000