Table list of all known Canon camera shutter lifetime expectancy till to date. Including the CPU type and the release year.
It is important to know your shutter count, So you can expect when your camera will began to fail you.
Canon 200d Shutter Count Check
Please note that this shutter lifetime value is tested and expected from the Canon. How ever it is not known when your shutter will fail you. For example EOS 300D is expected to fail at 40.000 counts, but there will be some surpass the lifetime expectancy like, my friend has goes beyond 43.000 counts and the camera still works. But it is not recommended especially for the Pro, you better get a backup camera :).
|EOS Model||CPU||Shutter Life||Released|
|D30||DIGIC II||40.000||2000 Q2|
|1Ds Mk II||DIGIC II||200.000||2004 Q4|
|20D||DIGIC II||50.000||2004 Q3|
|1D Mk II||DIGIC II||200.000||2004 Q2|
|1D Mk II N||DIGIC II||200.000||2005 Q3|
|5D||DIGIC II||100.000||2005 Q3|
|350D / XT||DIGIC II||50.000||2005 Q1|
|20Da||DIGIC II||50.000||2005 Q1|
|30D||DIGIC II||100.000||2006 Q1|
|40D||DIGIC III||100.000||2007 Q3|
|1Ds Mk III||DIGIC III||300.000||2007 Q4|
|1D Mk III||DIGIC III*||300.000||2007 Q1|
|400D / XTi||DIGIC II||50.000||2007 Q1|
|450D / XSi||DIGIC III||100.000||2008 Q2|
|1000D / XS||DIGIC III||100.000||2008 Q3|
|5D Mk II||DIGIC IV||150.000||2008 Q4|
|50D||DIGIC IV||100.000||2008 Q4|
|500D / T1i||DIGIC IV||100.000||2009 Q1|
|1D Mk IV||DIGIC IV*||300.000||2009 Q4|
|7D||DIGIC IV*||150.000||2009 Q4|
|550D / T2i||DIGIC IV||100.000||2010 Q2|
|60D||DIGIC IV||100.000||2010 Q3|
|1100D / T3||DIGIC IV||100.000||2011 Q1|
|600D / T3i||DIGIC IV||100.000||2011 Q1|
|1D C||DIGIC V+*||400.000||2012 Q4|
|6D||DIGIC V+||150.000||2012 Q4|
|5D Mk III||DIGIC V+||150.000||2012 Q1|
|650D / T4i||DIGIC V||100.000||2012 Q2|
|60Da||DIGIC IV||100.000||2012 Q2|
|1D X||DIGIC V+*||400.000||2012 Q2|
|100D / SL1||DIGIC V||100.000||2013 Q2|
|700D / T5i||DIGIC V||100.000||2013 Q2|
|70D||DIGIC V+||150.000||2013 Q3|
|1200D / T5||DIGIC V||100.000||2014 Q2|
|7D Mk II||DIGIC VI*||200.000||2014 Q4|
This info used to be embedded in the photo EXIF data, but was not viewable by the user. There were websites and programs that could read it, usually for free. Unfortunately, at some point Canon stopped doing this, and the info is hidden in the sys. Canon EOS 200D Shutter Life The Canon EOS 200D, known as the EOS Rebel SL2 in the Americas and EOS Kiss X9 in Japan, is a 24.2-megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera made by Canon. It was announced on June 28, 2017 with a suggested retail price of $549 for the body and $699 with the Canon EF-S 18-55m f/4-5.6 IS STM lens.
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The brand new Canon EOS 6D Mark II and 200D (aka Rebel SL2 / Kiss X9) are supported in version 3.1 of ShutterCount on macOS and iOS.
As of today, ShutterCount is the ONLY Mac and iPhone/iPad app that can read the shutter counter from these and other post-2014 Canon cameras (like the 5D Mark IV, 5DS R, 80D, etc). In addition to the basic “number of pictures taken”, detailed live view counters are available for these cameras when you purchase the Live View Pack – another unique feature of ShutterCount.
File Mode is also improved in this release. Memory cards are scanned automatically as soon as you insert them into the Mac (or a card reader connected to your Mac). Plus you are warned if you accidentally connect your Nikon or Pentax camera via USB.
In the iOS version, History and Graph tabs are now synchronized to show data for the same camera, and they will show previous readings as well as the graph for the connected camera by default (if any). This is the same behavior the Mac version implements.
Canon 200d Shutter Count Checklist
Version 3.1 is a free update for existing users on both operating systems. New users can purchase the app in the respective App Store. Live View Pack and Plus Pack are available as in-app purchases.