Re: Pentax K10D Exif data - where is it?
Olin K. McDaniel wrote:
Thanks Mark. You and Paul, to whom I just replied, have given me
enough info that maybe I can get what I need. In all honesty, I've
not tried the software that came with the camera, so guess I'm to
Here's a snippet from a CSV file it generated for me:
"7d703101.dng","smc PENTAX-DA*16-50mmF2.8ED AL[IF]
(some snipped here)
I note above you got all this from the RAW file. As I asked Paul in
the other reply, can I get it from the data available if I only shoot
Yes, it works the same way with JPEGs. Of course, with JPEG files
you'll only get standard EXIF data (date, shutter speed, aperture,
focal length, ISO, Camera make/model, etc.) not any of the
non-standard things like lens model.
Mark Roberts Photography & Multimedia
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