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    Am I right in thinking that most cameras embed the shot information in the digital file somewhere? And if so can anybody tell me how to go about viewing that information for shots for whichI haven't recorded that information?

    Incidentally I'm using a Nikon D200 if that is relevant.

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    Chris Ive a D200 to

    go into menu and select display mode

    press right hand arrow

    then tick all the boxes

    then go down one more and click ok

    then come out of menu and find the image you want to know about

    then press down arrow button ...press it again for next lot of info

    theres a few pages you can view

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    any pages you dont want the info on i.e. rgb then untick it

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    by the way the above works on images all ready recorded

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    Download the free softwareOpanda IExif, it'll show all the information recorded in the EXIF file, including your shutter activation count. Might only handle JPEGs, and even then, only those that haven't had the EXIF info stripped (e.g. by using something like the Photoshop 'save for web' command).

    Hope that helps.

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    Cheers fellas, much appreciated.

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