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Dec 09, 2009 19:45 |  #1

I did a search but couldnt find and answer in the results. What can I use to figure out the shutter count on my 5D?

Also is how can I find the production date using the serial number?


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Dec 09, 2009 19:51 |  #2

I do not know of any program that will deliver the shutter count of the 5D.

However, if you purchased the camera new,
have never pit another CF card in that had a image number higher than what is stored internally in the camera,
have never reset the image numbers,
have never replaced the small battery,
and there is one more but I keep forgetting what it is...

You can estimate what the image number is by using the folder # and image #


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Dec 09, 2009 20:02 |  #3

gjl711 wrote in post #9167655 (external link)
I do not know of any program that will deliver the shutter count of the 5D.

However, if you purchased the camera new,
have never pit another CF card in that had a image number higher than what is stored internally in the camera,
have never reset the image numbers,
have never replaced the small battery,
and there is one more but I keep forgetting what it is...

You can estimate what the image number is by using the folder # and image #

Doh. That is what I'm afraid of. I've been reading there isn't a shutter count program, but I just wanted to make sure incase the folder shutter count is wrong.


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