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    Actuation reading 1D2N

    Can anyboby tell me if there's a way to read the actuations on a Canon 1D2N please?
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    Google for a program called "Cancount" or pm me your email address and I will send it to you
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    Please correct me if I am wrong. But I believe Cancount is only good for any EOS cameras EXCEPT 1D series.

    With the 1Ds', you need to download/google what they call "1DCount". It's also available free on the internet.

    Prior to 1DCount, sending it to Canon is the only reliable way to find out the actuation for any 1D body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andylo View Post
    Please correct me if I am wrong. But I believe Cancount is only good for any EOS cameras EXCEPT 1D series.

    With the 1Ds', you need to download/google what they call "1DCount". It's also available free on the internet.

    Prior to 1DCount, sending it to Canon is the only reliable way to find out the actuation for any 1D body.
    Brians link got me to where I was able to find 1DCount, so thanks for the that.

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