The shutter count of your Digital Camera is important when considering re sale values.
All digital camera’s have shutter life expectancy, and the higher the count the more likely the camera
will require specialist servicing sooner than later. Buyers know this, and therefore stear
clear of camera’s with high counts.
If your camera has the option of shooting in RAW format;
buying our guide will give you all the information you need to obtain your shutter count information.
- A Canon 5D Mark I with a count of 25K will be worth more than a Canon 5D Mark I with a count of 90K
- A Nikon D300 with a count of 35K will command stronger money than a D300 with a count of 100K
- A Canon 7D with a count of 65K will be worth much more than a Canon 7D with a count of 120K
Click the Buy Now button above to Download our easy to follow guide to get your shutter count and hopefully save your lots of money.
The shutter count from many digital camera’s can be difficult to obtain, unless you have the correct knowledge.
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