The Canon EOS-1D Mark II N is a digital SLR (single lens reflex) camera that takes high-quality photos and reportedly has a life span of approximately 200,000 shutter actuations. If you are looking to resell your camera, or you want to get a sense of when you may need to replace the shutter entirely, it is necessary to check the shutter count actuations, or how many times the shutter has been fired.
Things You'll Need
- USB card reader
- 1D-Count software
Remove your SD memory card (that has recently taken photographs stored on it) from your Canon EOS-1D Mark II N and place it in the USB card reader. Plug the USB card reader into an available USB port on your computer.
Download the 1D-Count program. Using software such as 1D-Count is currently the only way to check shutter actuations in the comfort of your home.
Extract the zip file and double-click on the exe file. You will be prompted to browse for a photograph so that the program can read the private EXIF (exchangeable image file format) data. Find a photograph on your USB card reader using the 1D-Count browser and double-click on it. The 1D-Count program will read the private data stored on the jpg or RAW file and display the total shutter count of your Canon EOS-1D Mark II N.
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