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Old Dec 9, 2004, 1:24 AM   #1
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i don't exactly want to use the software that came with my fz3, so i'm wonderin gif there's something that i can use to just view EXIF info so I can remind myself what the camera settings were for a particular photo. i see that i can use photoshop to get it in the file browser, but is there another way in photoshop? or a very simple program whose sole purpose is to view EXIF info?
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Old Dec 9, 2004, 2:03 AM   #2
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Exif Viewer: http://home.pacbell.net/michal_k/exif_v.html

I find it a nice little program for several reasons. It is very fast and will read sub-folders within a folder. It is even fast reading images on a CD. I'm guessing it is reading the thumbnail in the EXIF if one is there rather than read the entire image and generate a thumbnail.


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In Photoshop Version 7, click File, then File Info and the file info box will come up. Click the down arrow on the Section drop down box and select EXIF. This should be the information youn are looking for.
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If you are using Mac OSX there is a nice freeware tool called EXIFViewer.
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Slipe,

Thanks for recommending this. I tried this. It's pretty nice for a quick exif info summary of what ever folder of photos you open up with it.
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Another option (if you are running a PC with XP) is to simply right click on the file and go to properties. The properties box will list all of the EXIF info.

Hope this helps....
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