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Judsonzhao
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As EOSinfo is collecting some fees these days, maybe this is helpful
compatible with 5d3 and 1dx
http://www.****/external link

Post #1, Dec 07, 2012 18:32:57


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Cool. Just tried it and worked fine.

Only 2,407 on my 7D! I expected a lot more.

Post #2, Dec 07, 2012 19:14:48


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Not sure if this website is safe - in Chinese (therefore not sure what it says) and asks you to install a program.....

Post #3, Dec 16, 2012 17:04:04


Too much gear, not enough skill or time!
5DIII & 7D; 17-40 L, 24-70 II L, 70-200 f/2.8 II L, 100-400 L, 135 L, 35 L, 24 TSE L, 50 1.4, 85 1.8
Extender 1.4 II. 580 EX. Gitzo 1541T, 3541LS, Markins Q3T, Q20.

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The program is an activex control that the site uses to talk to the camera. It passed through my virus scanners fine, and other than being used by the website to talk to the camera it isn't trying to talk to anything else.

Post #4, Dec 16, 2012 17:06:28


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Okay, thanks. Will give it a go.

Post #5, Dec 16, 2012 17:14:29


Too much gear, not enough skill or time!
5DIII & 7D; 17-40 L, 24-70 II L, 70-200 f/2.8 II L, 100-400 L, 135 L, 35 L, 24 TSE L, 50 1.4, 85 1.8
Extender 1.4 II. 580 EX. Gitzo 1541T, 3541LS, Markins Q3T, Q20.

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EOSinfo program from hereexternal link (I think it is safe) worked for my 5DII. It is a free program that needs to be installed, not a website.

Post #6, Dec 16, 2012 17:15:16 as a reply to SpiltPickle's post 8 minutes earlier.


Thanks for Reading & Good Luck - Jim
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I would not install this ActiveX control. Firefox does not support activex so I downloaded the RAR (eosmsg.rar) file and uploaded it to Virustotal.com. 4 anti virus companies detect the following:

Antiy-AVL - Worm/Win32.WhiteIce.ge​n
AVG - Suspicion: unknown virus
ByteHero - Virus.Win32.Part.a
TrendMicro-HouseCall - TROJ_GEN.F47V1017

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Given that only 4 of 46 detected something, and each detected something different, most likely this is a false positive.

AVG installed on my computer did not detect a virus, neither did McAfee, Symantec, Avast, or Microsoft Security Essentials.

Post #8, Dec 16, 2012 22:01:55


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I'm sorry if I bring any troubles on virus.. It really has nothing on my laptop with kaspersky
And I guess there are English translations..

Post #9, Dec 16, 2012 22:20:28


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So I opened this in a windows virtual machine for safety.

No virus warnings, but I'm a little concerned that the display looks surprisingly like the EOSCount one, and the fact that the ActiveX control is called eoscount.ocx makes me suspicious that this was stolen or hacked from the EOSCount website.

It did, however, provide a count that agreed with EOSCount.

--Greg

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Not sure this is accurate. I used eoscount when it was still free and I had 8k more then. I think it is off by about 10k.

Post #11, Dec 22, 2012 00:27:26 as a reply to gmikol's post 1 hour earlier.


7D mark II, 7D , S110 w/under water housing, D20 waterproof P&S, 400mm f4 DO IS, 200mm f2.8L, 60mm f2.8, 2x TCIII, Kenko 1.4x tc, Kenko Tubes, 420ex, Flashpoint 620m.
A7r, 28-70mm oss, 16mm f2.8 e-mount, extension tubes.

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myshuttercount.com...u​pload the latest jpeg, free too...

Post #12, Dec 23, 2012 08:15:15 as a reply to Josh13's post 1 day earlier.


5D/Nikkor 20 2.8 MF/MicroNikkor 55 F3.5/ 24-105 F4L /85 F1.4 ASPH/ 550EX

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Bobby1028 wrote in post #15399316external link
myshuttercount.com...u​pload the latest jpeg, free too...

Error, no shutter count information in this file.

And i'm afraid of installing that activex. :P

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