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I came up with another option for *nix users. This will count the totals for each focal length for all CR2 files in a directory and subdirectories. I'm guessing this will work for other image formats as well, but I have not tried it. Requirements: Linux/Unix system (I've only done this on Arch, but it shouldn't matter) exiv2 package - Reads image metadata. ...


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Yes, there are tools such as Bulk Rename Utility, shown below. One could also create a simple PowerShell script to do the job, using two methods of System.DateTime, LastAccessTime {get} and CreationTime {set;}.


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Duplicate of this StackOverflow question exiftool -all:all= -tagsfromfile @ -exif:Orientation /path/to/files -all:all= removes all data, then Orientation is copied back into the file with the -TagsFromFile option. Do not run this command on RAW files (NEF/ARW/CR2, see Exiftool FAQ #8). This command creates backup files. Add -overwrite_original to suppress ...


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A bit of a hack, but if you're on a Unix-like system, you can use backticks to re-inject the desired value into the image: exiftool -all= -Orientation=`exiftool -b -Orientation file.jpg` file.jpg Note that the -b flag is important so that the tag value is outputed without the tag name (see here for more).


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I could finally verify that the problem was 100% caused by the lens. It was internally unstable and in certain position the internal connections were not communicating the right values to the camera body (or they were completely isolated). This problem seems at first random happening, then after more shootings it got worse and in the end the lens got stuck ...


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I can only suggest a couple of other things. Download the photos using a different method. I use an app called "primitive ftp" on my android phone. I use "filezilla" on my mac but it is available for windows. Use ftp to transfer the files. Install exiftool from https://exiftool.org/ This is a command line program that will allow you to ...


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I'm seeing this for IMG_20200815_111436.jpg. Longitude looks OK. [EXIF] GPS Latitude Ref : N [EXIF] GPS Latitude : 64.2597599722222 [EXIF] GPS Longitude Ref : W [EXIF] GPS Longitude : 21.122264 [EXIF] GPS Altitude Ref : 0 [EXIF] ...


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Your samples have xmp metadata in them as well as exif [XMP] XMPToolkit : Adobe XMP Core 5.1.0-jc003 Are you sure they haven't been edited? Can you make one of the OK photos available for comparison?


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