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How To Find Shutter Count on a DSLR Camera.
You cannot find the shutter count in the camera itself, this is metadata that is attached to the picture from the camera, so how to find this Image Number (Shutter Count).
There are many ways to check the shutter count.
Most popular method.
You start by selecting the last photo that you took with your camera, the photo can be both JPG or RAW, next upload the picture to this site https://www.camerashuttercount.com/ and in a second or two they will give you the shutter count number, its free.
I use Photoshop or preview on my Mac computer to check the shutter count on my camera.
If you have Photoshop, take the last picture that you took with your camera and open in Photoshop, as soon as the photo opens in Photoshop click on – File, click next – File info, there you choose Raw Data and look for Image Number.
Mac computer, open photo in the preview, when open in preview click – Tools – then Show Inspector – next click on Exif, scroll down until you find the Image Number.