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Old Jan 6, 2011, 4:44 PM   #41
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I'll have to look at the AWB settings, and experiment with them. I haven't gotten that far yet. I know he's an absolute genius with this camera!!

Clint- and others... PLEASE do not take it that I meant you or others were any less an expert with this series of camera than LTZ470... that is MOST CERTAINLY not what I meant!! Obviously, from the pic's on this page, you and many others here are super with it as well!

He is a genius with the FZ's - he makes first class shots with cameras - he has lots of patience. I don't have the patience he does.
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Old Jan 6, 2011, 4:46 PM   #42
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Not in my Internet Explorer. I only get one tab under properties. Do I need an add-on? I added an add-on (redundant!) to my Firefox and I can see limited EXIF.
Which version of Windows are you using?
I use Windows 7.

Windows Explorer or Internet Explorer - there's a difference

My Windows Explorer properties panel looks like this
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Old Jan 6, 2011, 5:05 PM   #43
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I'm using Windows Vista... and I use Firefox....
Ha! When I bring up a picture in Image Expert, there is a side tab= "Info" When I click on that, it brings up what appears to be rudimentary EXIF data... Actually, it's there! Shazzam~

ExifIFDPointer = 636
DateTime = 2011:01:06 11:24:13
Make = Panasonic
Model = DMC-FZ40
Software = Ver.1.0
Orientation = 1
XResolution = 180.000000
YResolution = 180.000000
ResolutionUnit = 2
YCbCrPositioning = 2
ExifVersion = 0230
ExposureTime = 0.001563
FNumber = 5.600000
ExposureProgram = 2
ISOSpeedRatings = 100
DateTimeOriginal = 2011:01:06 11:01:20
DateTimeDigitized = 2011:01:06 11:01:20
PixelXDimension = 735
PixelYDimension = 456
ComponentsConfiguration = 1 2 3 0
CompressedBitsPerPixel = 4.000000
MeteringMode = 2
LightSource = 0
Flash = 16
FocalLength = 108.000000
ColorSpace = 1
FileSource = 3


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I use Windows XP and have both Firefox and Internet Explorer 7. When I right click on an image and go to Properties, I only see one tab that says General.

What's Image Explorer? What's Window Explorer? Are those different browsers?
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I use Windows XP and have both Firefox and Internet Explorer 7. When I right click on an image and go to Properties, I only see one tab that says General.

What's Image Explorer? What's Window Explorer? Are those different browsers?
Properties > Summary > Advanced.
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Properties > Summary > Advanced.
OK!!! I see that now!! Shazzaaam is right!!!

But I can only see limited EXIF data on photos posted on the forum, right? On many images, the data is stripped.
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I'm sorry, I meant Image Expert, Dell's prepackaged software image editor software. I've been thinking of too many programs, too many cameras, too many windows, too many buttons!! *DOH*
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OK!!! I see that now!! Shazzaaam is right!!!

But I can only see limited EXIF data on photos posted on the forum, right? On many images, the data is stripped.
I use a Firefox add on called Exif Viewer, it shows full data for photos on line (right click), if they are not stripped that is.

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/3905/
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I use a Firefox add on called Exif Viewer, it shows full data for photos on line (right click), if they are not stripped that is.

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/3905/
Yes, I have that too, and I'm able to see the data unless they are stripped, which is most of the time...
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I use Windows XP and have both Firefox and Internet Explorer 7. When I right click on an image and go to Properties, I only see one tab that says General.

What's Image Explorer? What's Window Explorer? Are those different browsers?

If you are in Firefox or Internet Explorer 7 and right click on a picture and select Properties you will only get the General tab.

Just click on My Computer or a folder that you keep your photos in.
When that list comes up and you see the "JPG"s just right click on one of them. You will get a window that has properties listed near the bottom. This is Windows Explorer. It's just a way to see the files on your computer. It's not a 'Browser".

Image Expert is image viewing software from Dell.

Confusing - ain't it!!!
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