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actuations on canon 1d how to
Tod Gomes, Photographer, Assistant
Pleasant Hill | CA | USA | Posted: 2:28 AM on 02.19.17
->> I am looking for an 'updated' way to find the shutter actuations on my canon 1d mk iv. Searching here I only found a couple threads from 2004.
So, what do you all use to get the EXIF data to find the camera's actuations without sending in to CPS.
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Eric Thieszen, Photographer
Mooresville | IN | USA | Posted: 8:36 AM on 02.19.17
->> I use EOScount or ShutterCount, both should work for the 1d mk4. Both apps are in the Apple app store but i don't remember the price. I prefer ShutterCount just a personal preference in the layout of the app.
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Lance King, Photographer
Raleigh | NC | USA | Posted: 12:20 PM on 02.19.17
->> You can set up Photo Mechanic to indicate actuations. To set it up do this from the menu:

Edit
Settings
Set Info Text
Variables, then select actuations
Set

Once set, you will see the actuations when you preview images.
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Tod Gomes, Photographer, Assistant
Pleasant Hill | CA | USA | Posted: 10:34 PM on 02.19.17
->> I should have mentioned I am using a PC. I also tried EOScount, but it could not identify my camera. I will try Shuttercount.com now.
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Tod Gomes, Photographer, Assistant
Pleasant Hill | CA | USA | Posted: 10:44 PM on 02.19.17
->> I just tried shuttercount.com with a couple different images and extentions. It gave me "No shutter info found" and then showed the EXIF info (no shutter count).
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Steven Branscombe, Photographer
Omaha | NE | USA | Posted: 1:19 PM on 02.21.17
->> I use camerashuttercount.com and use a RAW file. Works well for me.
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Tod Gomes, Photographer
Pleasant Hill | CA | USA | Posted: 3:06 PM on 02.25.17
->> TY for the replies. I tried camerashuttercount.com with my 1d mk4 RAW file and got the following message "Your camera doesn't add shutter count to images. Click here to try another camera".

I tried the loaner 1d4 CPS sent me and it gave me the same message. When I tried my 1d mk2 it gave me a count of 99,199. CPS has my 1d4 now.
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Mark Peters, Photographer
Highland | IL | USA | Posted: 11:30 PM on 02.25.17
->> EOSCount.com requires ActiveX to be installed and only works with internet explorer

shutteractuations.com

EOSImage (used to be 40Dshuttercount)
http://astrojargon.net/eosinfo.aspx?aspxautodetectcookiesupport=1
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Corey Perrine, Photographer
Philadelphia | PA | USA | Posted: 1:47 AM on 02.26.17
->> http://www.myshuttercount.com
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Jeffery Jones, Photographer, Photo Editor
Gallup | NM | USA | Posted: 4:08 PM on 03.31.17
->> Have you tried the free program - Opanda IEXIF? There is a free version and a pro version that you can trial.
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Peter Stamenov, Photographer
San Francisco | CA | | Posted: 2:59 PM on 04.02.17
->> I successfully used FreeShutterCounter to get the actuations on my canon 1d Mk iv. The app is free but it is only available for mac OS. No image file upload is necessary; just connect you camera via USB cord and voila.

https://orlv.github.io/freeshuttercounter/
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Tod Gomes, Photographer
Pleasant Hill | CA | USA | Posted: 11:35 PM on 04.12.17
->> UPDATE..... I tried several of the suggested sites, but I ended up not getting any of them to work (TY to all for suggestions). I also tried the loaner 1d mk4 that canon sent me and it did not work with that camera either. SO... It is either a setting on this camera model or something just wasn't 'clicking' with my PC settings.

CPS was able to tell me the number when I sent my camera in and it ended up being 230,000+. Guess it's almost time to replace.
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