How can I find out how many shutter actuations I have left?
How can I find out how much shutter actuations I have left on my camera?
This will show you how to tell how many pictures your camera has taken so far.
Many cameras are rated to have tens of thousands of actuations - some high end cameras are rated as highly as 150,000 actuations. Even then, many cameras will not immediately cease functioning as soon as they have taken that many pictures.
Most cameras will continue working properly quite a long time after they have reached their rated number of actuations.
For Nikon, that information is sotred in the EXIF data (Exchangeable image file format). Any free EXIF data reader will tell you the actuation count on the camera.. As the D200 is a Prosumer camera (almost professional) it's actuation count is 300,000k clicks. This means that on average, the shutter is rated to shoot 300,000k pictures before it needs replacing (it will cost around $500 or so plus labor which is... not cheap). Although there have been people who's shutter still works after 325,000 clicks.
There is no set "actuation count" before the shutter breaks (it would be amusing if Canon or Nikon programed the camera to break at a certain amount of clicks), so there is no telling how much you have left but it gives you a good estimate.
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