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Determining shutter count 1Ds Mkii

 
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Jul 10, 2014 19:58 |  #1

I have a used 1Ds Mkii that I am offering for sale but am always getting people who want to know the accurate shutter count. Having been all around the internet looking, I am not finding any programs that support this camera for determining shutter count. I was recently informed that Canon no longer supports or services this camera, so I guess sending it to them is out of the question? Does anybody know where I can get this information?? Thanks!


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Jul 10, 2014 21:48 |  #2

have a look at: http://www.camerashutt​ercount.com/ (external link)

from what I understand though, it is possible for user to change the shutter-count figure on these cameras by backing up or restoring all user settings using the CF card (potentially from a different camera)


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Jul 11, 2014 11:58 as a reply to  @ joeseph's post |  #3

Thanks, i will give it a try! I used a program similar to the one you mention and all it did was give the file number of the pic.....i have never reset the camera so this may be the actual number but i would think that under 7k sounds low, but ya never know. Thanks for the reply


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Jul 11, 2014 20:04 as a reply to  @ Point-n-shoot-n's post |  #4

Most genuine buyers would not be concerned. Any 1DS2 has probably been back for service. Shutter could be original or 3rd replacement.
Any of the boards could have been replaced. No software can tell you that.

If it works today, likely it will continue to work for somewhere between a few shots and a few hundred thousand shots more.


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Jul 12, 2014 04:17 |  #5

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Jul 13, 2014 18:04 |  #6

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(at least the second shutter)

Wow...that is impressive! I uploaded one from my 1Ds Mkii and it shows 6727..IF this is right, then my baby is more minty than I thought! Gonna try this program with my 5D classic and see what it shows


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Jul 13, 2014 18:16 |  #7

Checked my 5D classic and it comes back without any return saying the camera doesn't supply the necessary info...even though it is listed in the supported camera list. hmmmmmm


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Jul 13, 2014 18:18 |  #8

Choderboy wrote in post #17025983 (external link)
Most genuine buyers would not be concerned. Any 1DS2 has probably been back for service. Shutter could be original or 3rd replacement.
Any of the boards could have been replaced. No software can tell you that.

If it works today, likely it will continue to work for somewhere between a few shots and a few hundred thousand shots more.

Perhaps....unless the original owner bought it and it set on the shelf until sold. I have owned this camera for over 1 1/2 years and I doubt i have put more than 3k on it.


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