Get shutter actuations count of your Canon EOS camera
EOS Inspector displays a shutter actuations count of your Canon EOS camera, so you can easily check whether a newly purchased camera is really brand new, or how heavily used a secondhand item is. You can avoid a visit to a service center by doing the diagnostic yourself.
Important details about your camera, such as serial number, battery charge level, possible shots and firmware version are presented as soon as you connect your camera via USB cable.
Shutter Actuations Info
EOS Inspector displays a shutter actuations count along with a shutter’s rated lifespan (that varies from camera to camera) so you can easily see the percent of its wear. For modern EOS cameras Live View related actuations are also displayed.
For newer cameras you’ll get even more! Most EOS cameras released since 2015 (such as the 1D X Mark II, 5D Mark IV and 5DS) provide more details on shutter’s usage. You’ll get separate values for photos taken through the viewfinder, photos taken via the Live View and a number of Live View sessions. All these values are presented visually on the detalization bar.
Customisation of User Fields
Depending on a concrete model, Canon EOS cameras support up to three user-customizable fields that are used to populate metadata of your photos. EOS Inspector gives you a convenient way to change owner, author and copyright settings of your camera.
One-click camera report sharing
Easily share a report that contains a summary information about your camera such as serial number and detailed shutter actuations info.
65 cameras supported
EOS Inspector is tested and confirmed to be working with 65 Canon EOS cameras, including the recent ones like 1D X Mark II, 5D Mark IV and 5DS.
After a one-time purchase you get a full-featured app without any implied restrictions. There are also no in-app purchases and no limits on a number of shutter count readings.
Why Use EOS Inspector?
Buying or selling a camera online?
Use EOS Inspector to determine whether or not the camera that is listed as new is really brand new or estimate/verify the value of a previously used item.
Running a camera rent shop?
Use EOS Inspector to track different cameras usage to predict failures and estimate costs related to shutter mechanism replacement in future.
Does Exactly As It Says With a Beautifully Minimal Design
“Any time you want to buy or sell a camera online, knowing how many times the shutter has fired is a mandatory piece of information. This app does that fast and presents the information in nicely designed screen. I appreciate the care the developer took to show the camera data in a clean concise way. It worked perfectly on my Canon 60D.”Customer review from the Mac App Store
“Downloaded the app, plugged in my camera, launched the app and checked shutter actuations for my Canon 5D Mark III in less than a minute. Nothing else in life is so easy. Thanks, Konstantin!”Customer review from the Mac App Store
No-Nonsense App that Does What it Says
“This app does one thing and does it very well: tell you how many shutter actuations that a given Canon DSLR has. It’s a great way to measure the “mileage” of a camera. And it’s a nice tool if you want to prove the shutter count when selling a camera. It’s very silly that Canon doesn’t give users a way to see how many clicks are on a camera, and this app solves that silly problem. Well done!”Customer review from the Mac App Store