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Old 06-24-2014   #1
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Does anyone know if there is a utility program, preferable cheap, that I can use to print my EXIF data in tabular form? I am using Canon cameras. Thanks.

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Possible solutions

Exif Viewer - a Mozilla Firefox/Thunderbird Extension (plug in for firefox)
Can be used to open local files (or remote) and view EXIF data.

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The Exif Viewer can also be started manually via the “Tools > Exif Viewer” menu item, at which point you can enter or select a local file or enter a remote URL; click on the “Display EXIF Data” button to see the image metadata.
Photome for older cameras works very well (fyi it does not display all EXIF from new cameras, no updates)
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Old 06-30-2014   #3
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Exif Viewer - a Mozilla Firefox/Thunderbird Extension (plug in for firefox)
Can be used to open local files (or remote) and view EXIF data.



Photome for older cameras works very well (fyi it does not display all EXIF from new cameras, no updates)
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Thanks Eero. I will have a look at these.

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