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  • edited February 2016
    I don't think so Kevin. However it's quick and easy to install CHDK on a spare SD card (using STICK.
    I just followed the instructions below on my S100 and it worked OK (the 'Debug display' menu is in the `'miscellaneous' CHDK menu). The value in the third row is the total number of 'shoot' operations (i.e. including video shots).
  • Hi Kevin, Dave and All,
    I think David just created this function (someone should have asked him ;-)), probably to be released soon.
    however if you want to test it i could share a 102A version with you. but probably not to be circulated too large as still under testing phase, and probably not totally finalized. I guess you have my email address.
  • S = shot_count
    in the version Michel will send you :-)
  • Thanks, Gents. Michel has kindly mailed me the information before I had a chance to check back here!
    I will share my shutter count once I've updated the SDM build.
    My curiosity came about because I came across an online program to check the count on my Sony A5000. I was quite surprised to learn it has taken over 28,600 photos in just 18 months.
  • A public thanks to David for his help in amending a script to enable the display of the latest shot count on my S100 using SDM.
    34107 is the number.
  • edited February 2016
    If you are curious, here's a very simple little script that display the shutter count using any version of CHDK.
    No special build required - just cut and paste the code to a text file, save with a name like scount.lua, and run as a normal script.

    @title Shutter Count
    @chdk_version 1.3
    str, num = get_parameter_data(1)
    print('shutter count=',num)

    Note that the count only updates when the camera is restarted.
    Download link > scount.lua
  • Just for the record, it is not a special build of SDM, the command (and other new ones) has been in the test version for some months.

Nikon Shutter Count

  • Check Your Camera's Shutter Count & Manufacture Date Use this tool to check your camera's shutter count and find out when the camera was manufactured. Note that if you upload an image that has been processed by Photoshop, etc., it might not be usable as some of its EXIF data could have been stripped.
  • You can also use your Apple Watch to set a shutter timer—this gives you time to lower your wrist and raise your eyes when you’re in the shot. To function as a camera remote, your Apple Watch needs to be within normal Bluetooth range of your iPhone (about 33 feet or 10 meters).
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Shutter Count Sony

Nordvpn bbc. The shutter count is the total number of times that button has been pressed over the lifetime of the camera. Manufacturers perform rigorous testing of the durability of their cameras and provide shutter ratings. The shutter rating is theoretically the number of times a shutter can be actuated before it fails. Many entry-level DSLRs are rated at 100,000 shutter actuations while high-end cameras may be as.