Using Nikon & PS CS5.
Pretty resourceful and handy tool indeed unless of course, the perputrator is educated and is aware to strip all exif data before posting it on the net. However, I doubt thieves would know how to, let alone be aware of this site's existence. Regardless, pretty good find!
Last edited by lay-z; 03-05-2011 at 2:57pm.
D700 | D80 | 16-35 | 24-70 | 70-200 | 30 | 50 | 85
Hmm! I'd hesitate (and even be lost) to use this or any such tool from who-know-where/who/for what purpose.
Yes, I went and checked out Matt Burns' site and it seems earnest enough, but how easy to copy such a site, or hack it? Somebody else gets your serial number anyhow.
CC, Image editing OK.
How can I see the serial number of a photo?...lightroom shows me model, settings, even lens data but serial number
From the end of the World with a Nikon D90, Nikon 16/85 3.5-5.6 and Sigma 30 1.4
Come and visit!
Ok, found the camera SN putting a photo on this site http://regex.info/exif.cgi that shows a loooooot of exif data.
Unoftunately the search did not show any photo of my stolen camera on the web...but it took almost no time to search, don´t think its a very complete check.
I have looked at the EXIF data on many photos and don't recall seeing the serial number on any. so I wouldn't bother.
I tried but it with an image I took with a 7D. It did not find anything although I have uploaded many pictures on photobucket and flikr.
Has anyone got it to work?
1DIII, 5DII, 15mm fish, 24mm ts-e, 35L,135L,200L,400L,mpe-65mm
Film: eos 300, pentax 6x7