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10/10/2004 06:43:56 AM · #1
This is a Neat little Program, which makes reading EXIF information off your photographs easy
- Only 350kb making it a quick download

Exif Reader allows you to view the EXIF information contained in pictures taken with digital cameras.

In addition to the standard EXIF JPG format, it also support several additional formats, including AdobeResource, TIFF/EP, CRW (Canon), NEF (Nikon) and many others. The program does not offer many image viewing options, other than a thumbnail display, however it provides detailed EXIF data, that can also be exported to CSV file.


Site: Exif Reader
10/10/2004 09:18:48 AM · #2
Awesome!!! Thanks!
10/10/2004 09:39:44 AM · #3
I love this little program - and also recommend it. Have had it for several years. However it does not do a very good job with CRW (Canon Raw) for some reason - a problem sometimes. Same problem seems to exist with DPex (ExifRead's big sister)- ie. limited info for CRW. Both programs are more accurate with Olympus and Nikon files. I have verson 3.0 for Exif so that is not the problem - an update for Canon files is in order for this program.
10/11/2004 12:05:55 AM · #4
Glad it was helpful :)
10/11/2004 12:07:39 AM · #5
I wanted to look for a program like this a few weeks back, but then got busy and forgot! Thanks for the link!
10/11/2004 12:15:17 AM · #6
If you have Photoshop you can get the EXIF info from that also.

File>File Info>Ctrl+5(EXIF)
10/11/2004 12:38:49 AM · #7
Originally posted by saintnicholas_25:

This is a Neat little Program, which makes reading EXIF information off your photographs easy
- Only 350kb making it a quick download


It should be noted that this is a stand-alone program. No Install wizards are necessary at all. It just sits on your Desktop and looks pretty. :D I love it's simplicity.

Another great one is JRuler to measure pixels on your monitor. Also a stand-alone free program though it's got nothing to do with EXIF.

//www.spadixbd.com/freetools/jruler.htm
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