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Re: [Nikon D100 D200] Batch EXIF Reader Hayo Baan Tue Aug 14 06:00:54 2007

on 11/08/2007 05:05 D Marcotte said the following:
> When I used to shoot film, I kept a photo log. Every once in a while I would
> go back and do things like find out which focal lengths were used which
> percentage of the time. I want to do a similarthing but in this case I want
> to know which lens rather than a specific focal length. I only shoot 8-10K
> images a year so its not a huge number that I'd like to search among at any
> given time. The EXIF Readers that I've been able to find do not provide a
> batch function to search for a specific alphanumeric string. They just
> report the segments of EXIF the program is designed to check. My programming
> days are long gone so I'm not about to write some script in some obscure
> language (anybody remember COBOL <G>?). I'm hoping there is some product out
> there which will do I want. Any suggestions where to look? I Googled and
> didn't find anything but I may not have used the right search arguments.
If you're not afraid of the command-line, the best tool to use would be 
exiftool by phil harvey:

With it you can extract any EXIF information you want, and in the format 
you want as well so you could cater for your requirement as well.

Hope this helps,

Hayo Baan –
When it's time to stop living, I will certainly make Death my number one 
/Terry Pratchett, The Last Continent/

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