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Hi All,
Is there a way to figure out how many clicks on my lightly used 7D?
Thanks,
Cal

Post #1, Feb 02, 2010 11:28:09


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If it has never been reset just take a picture and the image number is your counter.

Post #2, Feb 02, 2010 11:31:11


Canon 7D l 40D W/BG-E2N l [COLOR=black]EOS 3 W/PB-1 l 17-40 4.0L USM l 24-70 2.8L USM l 70-200 2.8L IS USM II | 580 EX II W/CP-E4 l Bogen 3021N W/3047 [COLOR=red]l Bogen 680 W/168 l Bogen 3071 W/3091 [COLOR=black]l Alien Bees 2- B1600 2- B800 :shock: And all I want is More :shock:

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unless you done 10.000 or more. on the 30d it resets back to 0 after 10.000

Post #3, Feb 02, 2010 11:33:02 as a reply to TheMirrorMan's post 1 minute earlier.


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that was changed one the 40D and later.

Post #4, Feb 02, 2010 11:34:21


Canon 7D l 40D W/BG-E2N l [COLOR=black]EOS 3 W/PB-1 l 17-40 4.0L USM l 24-70 2.8L USM l 70-200 2.8L IS USM II | 580 EX II W/CP-E4 l Bogen 3021N W/3047 [COLOR=red]l Bogen 680 W/168 l Bogen 3071 W/3091 [COLOR=black]l Alien Bees 2- B1600 2- B800 :shock: And all I want is More :shock:

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The 7d has a shutter count thing under battery info and it will tell you the shutter count, now I don't know if it changes when you reset or whatever.

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doublehmom wrote in post #9525350external link
The 7d has a shutter count thing under battery info and it will tell you the shutter count, now I don't know if it changes when you reset or whatever.

Or charge the battery :rolleyes:

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When you charge the battery it resets the battery info shutter count

Post #7, Feb 02, 2010 12:17:39


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Try EOS Info:
http://astrojargon.net​/EOSInfo.aspxexternal link

Post #8, Feb 02, 2010 12:20:33 as a reply to NewphotoMan's post 2 minutes earlier.


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EOS info does not work on the 7D or T1i/500D. Probably won't work on any other newer cameras that Canon might release. At least not until the EOSInfo software is updated.

Post #9, Feb 02, 2010 12:35:07


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NewphotoMan wrote in post #9525545external link
When you charge the battery it resets the battery info shutter count

I am very sorry, didn't realize that.

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NewphotoMan wrote in post #9525545external link
When you charge the battery it resets the battery info shutter count

No their is a watch battery that retains the info. If you have to change that watch battery (about every 5 years) put a fully charge camera battery in. Memory stays.

Post #11, Feb 02, 2010 16:43:00


Canon 7D l 40D W/BG-E2N l [COLOR=black]EOS 3 W/PB-1 l 17-40 4.0L USM l 24-70 2.8L USM l 70-200 2.8L IS USM II | 580 EX II W/CP-E4 l Bogen 3021N W/3047 [COLOR=red]l Bogen 680 W/168 l Bogen 3071 W/3091 [COLOR=black]l Alien Bees 2- B1600 2- B800 :shock: And all I want is More :shock:

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TheMirrorMan wrote in post #9527283external link
No their is a watch battery that retains the info. If you have to change that watch battery (about every 5 years) put a fully charge camera battery in. Memory stays.

The "watch battery" does not retain battery shutter count info. On the 7D, the battery shutter count is re-set when you change the battery.

Post #12, Feb 02, 2010 16:44:51


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TheMirrorMan wrote in post #9527283external link
No their is a watch battery that retains the info. If you have to change that watch battery (about every 5 years) put a fully charge camera battery in. Memory stays.

The battery info shutter count is reset when you charge the battery. It is specific to each battery.

Post #13, Feb 02, 2010 16:45:24


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This software might work http://www.opanda.com/​en/iexif/external link

Post #14, Feb 02, 2010 17:40:12


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msowsun wrote in post #9525663external link
EOS info does not work on the 7D or T1i/500D. Probably won't work on any other newer cameras that Canon might release. At least not until the EOSInfo software is updated.

Canon stopped supporting the shutter count with the later releases of their SDK and so I suspect that even Farmer Dave's EOSInfo program won't work with newer models.

So for software developers, to be able to access the newer models you need to use later versions of the SDK (2.6 and 2.7) but in versions after 2.5 they won't let you get to the ShutterCount data.

Sucks.

Post #15, Feb 02, 2010 17:55:50


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