Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Girth, Nov 19, 2008.
and the D300 has 400 less shutter activations than the D80. I my D300.
i have 12k on my d50 in 1.75 years
i have 16k on my d300 in .5 years
17800 on D80
17400 on D300
like 8k of mine are from the 5 football games I shot this season
good thing this shutter is rated to like 150,000
my buddy has 500,000+ on his 20d and its still going like a champ... yes, Canon.
I think they are only like 150-200 to replace, so I said fuck it, I'll just beat mine to death and replace it if it needs it, better than missing important moments because I'm scared of breaking my shutter
I sold mine with about 40K I think
how do you check this?
google "opanda exif"
or "canon 5d shutter count" (cept with your camera)
i tried downloading opanda exif and exif viewer and neither of them show the shutter count of my d200...anyone else have this trouble?
I just looked mine up on CS3
Where do you go to find it? File> File info> Advanced? It doesn't show up there either
That's where I found it.
It works with the D200 just scroll down on the list it is near the bottom.
lol, that is true. i wonder how much time that equals out to behind a camera? i bet weeks worth of hours, or months even
He's had the 20d for about 5 years. These days, its the back up to the back up. His work horse is the 5D, and his back up is the 1D mkii. I'm sure he'd be ok if the 20d stopped working.