By DIRE Studio
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ShutterCount displays the number of shutter actuations (the shutter count) of your Canon EOS digital camera - click “...More” for the complete list of supported cameras. The shutter count is read directly from a USB-connected camera, and thus provides accurate numbers that are not attainable with simple EXIF-based methods.
With ShutterCount you can easily check whether a newly purchased camera is really new, or check how heavily used a pre-owned item is. And you can save a trip to a Canon Service Center by doing the reading for yourself.
ShutterCount provides unlimited readings for an unlimited number of cameras, so you can freely track actual camera usage. Even if you work for a rental house or just lend a camera to a friend.
ShutterCount only displays the shutter count for still photos - video clips recorded are not included in the number. For a separate mirror movement reading (that includes videos) you should consult an authorized Canon Service Center.
History logging allows you to track camera usage. Logs are stored in CSV format that can be imported into Apple's Numbers or Microsoft Excel for further processing.
Note: for the best compatibility with your camera it is recommended to upgrade the camera's firmware to the latest available version.
WiFi on the EOS 6D and 70D MUST BE DISABLED as it blocks the USB port when enabled!
・ Canon EOS-1D C (requires firmware 1.1.3 or later for correct serial number display)
・ Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
・ Canon EOS-1D X
・ Canon EOS 5D Mark II
・ Canon EOS 5D Mark III (requires firmware 1.2.1 or later for correct serial number display)
・ Canon EOS 6D
・ Canon EOS 7D
・ Canon EOS 7D Mark II
・ Canon EOS 50D
・ Canon EOS 60D
・ Canon EOS 70D
・ Canon EOS 100D / Rebel SL1 / Kiss X7
・ Canon EOS 500D / Rebel T1i / Kiss X3
・ Canon EOS 550D / Rebel T2i / Kiss X4
・ Canon EOS 600D / Rebel T3i / Kiss X5
・ Canon EOS 650D / Rebel T4i / Kiss X6i
・ Canon EOS 700D / Rebel T5i / Kiss X7i
・ Canon EOS 1000D / Rebel XS / Kiss F
・ Canon EOS 1100D / Rebel T3 / Kiss X50
・ Canon EOS 1200D / Rebel T5 / Kiss X70
ShutterCount is certified to work with all of the cameras listed above, using their latest firmware revision.
The app tries to retrieve shutter count information for other non-certified Canon EOS digital cameras with a DIGIC III or newer processor (with the exception of the EOS-1D Mark III and EOS-1Ds Mark III).
The EOS-1D Mark III and EOS-1Ds Mark III as well as older Canon EOS digital cameras do not provide shutter count information through the USB port and thus ARE NOT SUPPORTED.
Please quit all applications that might connect to your camera (e.g. Canon EOS Utility, Kuuvik Capture, Capture One, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom) before launching ShutterCount.
Questions? Problems? Check out the ShutterCount FAQ at http://www.direstudio.com/shuttercount/faq or contact our support!
What's New in Version 1.4
The app now tries to retrieve shutter count information for non-certified Canon EOS digital cameras with a DIGIC III or newer processor (with the exception of the EOS-1D Mark III and EOS-1Ds Mark III).
Couldn’t get a shutter count for my Canon 60D from any of the online applications, so I reluctantly forked over the three bucks for this app. It was worth it. Worked exactly as it’s supposed to the first time with no issues. Simple and straightforward interface— just know that you need a USB cable to connect directly to the camera to use this app. Unlike some other apps, this one reads the information directly from the camera (probably more reliable anyway) rather than viewing a photo file from the camera to determine the shutter count that way. Now I know my exact shutter count for when I re-sell this camera. Useful tool to have around for buying/selling used cameras, and given how much cameras can cost, three bucks is totally worth it to know an exact shutter count.
It does what it promises. I got the shutter count for my Canon T4i which I bought used. For $3.00 it gave me a little peace of mind. This will be nice for buying a used camera. Just bring your Mac laptop, plug in the camera and test before buying.
100,000 is considered high shutter count.
Does exactly what it says
Fast, easy and reliable way to check the shutter count of supported EOS cameras. Very handy when buying or selling. Nothing fancy - it just works.