What Printers do most Photographers Use?

The choice of printer among photographers can vary widely depending on individual needs and preferences. Several printer models were commonly used by photographers due to their reputation for producing high-quality photo prints. These models include:

  1. Canon PIXMA Pro-100: This printer is known for its excellent color accuracy and ability to produce vibrant photo prints. It’s a popular choice among photographers for producing high-quality images.
  2. Epson SureColor P800: The P800 is praised for its color accuracy and the ability to produce large-format, museum-quality prints. It’s a favorite among professional photographers and artists.
  3. Epson SureColor P600: A slightly more affordable option compared to the P800, the P600 still offers exceptional color accuracy and print quality, making it a popular choice among photographers.
  4. Canon PIXMA Pro-10: Like the Pro-100, the Pro-10 is favored for its color accuracy and print quality. It’s suitable for photographers who want professional-level prints.
  5. Epson Stylus Pro 4900: This large-format printer is known for its wide color gamut and is used by photographers who require high-quality, large prints.
  6. Canon imagePROGRAF Pro-1000: Part of Canon’s professional-grade imagePROGRAF series, this printer offers exceptional color accuracy and large-format printing capabilities.
  7. Epson EcoTank ET-8550: The EcoTank series offers refillable ink tanks, making it a cost-effective option for photographers who print frequently. The ET-8550 can produce high-quality photo prints.
  8. HP ENVY Photo Series (e.g., HP ENVY Photo 7155): These all-in-one printers are suitable for photographers looking for budget-friendly options without sacrificing print quality.
  9. DNP DS620A Dye Sublimation Printer: Dye sublimation printers like the DS620A are commonly used by event photographers for fast and reliable on-location printing.
  10. Sony UP-DR200 Digital Photo Printer: This compact and portable photo printer is popular for event photographers who need on-the-go printing capabilities.

Please keep in mind that the printer market evolves, and new models are released regularly. Before making a purchase, it’s essential to research the latest printer models, read reviews, and consider your specific needs, such as print size, budget, and connectivity options. Additionally, it’s a good idea to visit photography forums and communities to get recommendations and insights from fellow photographers who have hands-on experience with the latest printer models available.

Get some information about the images you take using Camera:


The EXIF Viewer app by Fluntro is like a helpful guide for your photos. It takes all the tricky information about where and when your photos were taken and makes it easy to understand. You can use it to find out where you took a particular photo and when. It’s like having a personal photo detective in your pocket!

App that can display image metadata, including all camera details like geotags, DPI, and more if available in the image file.

Appstore Link: – https://apps.apple.com/us/app/exif-viewer-by-fluntro/id944118456

  1. Visit the App Store on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Search for “EXIF viewer by Fluntro“.
  3. Download and install the app. EXIF Viewer app allows you to view, remove and edit image and video metadata.

EXIF Viewer by Fluntro App Screenshot showing Images all exif details using including lens, geotagging, DPI.

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How to view Shutter count of Nikon, Canon or Sony Digital camera on your iPhone or iPad?

What is shutter count?

Shutter count is number of times camera’s shutter has been fired or actuated. The camera keeps on recording this number every time shutter actuates when you press the shutter button. It indicates how much camera has been used. Shutter life expectancy :- generally shutter count is rated from 50,000 to 4,00,000. After which shutter might be mechanically wear off and needs to get serviced. This wouldn’t be an issue for Digital camera’s using Electronic shutter. Electronic shutter works by turning on/off Camera’s image sensor to control exposure.

Some digital cameras / mobile phones cameras like iPhone does NOT store shutter count in EXIF Metadata. Some cameras does store shutter count inside its internal memory but doesn’t include them in EXIF Metadata recorded in photos shot on it. Camera Manufacturer might be able to get this working over firmware update or OS update incase of Mobile phone cameras.

How to view Shutter count on iPhone or iPad?

To check shutter count stored within EXIF Metadata, use any EXIF Apps from Appstore like ours “EXIF Viewer by Fluntro” that displays shutter count.

NOTE: This would work only if your Digital camera records shutter count within EXIF Metadata of Photos.

Step by step instructions

  1. Download the “Exif Viewer by Fluntro” App from Appstore –

Appstore Link: – https://apps.apple.com/us/app/exif-viewer-by-fluntro/id944118456

Download EXIF VIEWER by FLUNTRO Appstore
Exif Viewer by Fluntro iOS Appstore screenshot
  1. After downloading and installing the app, open app and allow the app to access to your photos.
  2. Select the Desired Photo.
  1. Shutter count would be displayed on the EXIF Details of the specific photo.
Nikon D610 Shutter Count Displayed using EXIF Viewer by Fluntro iOS App
Nikon D610 Shutter Count Displayed using EXIF Viewer by Fluntro iOS App
  1. You can long press on it to copy “Shutter count 10800” text to clipboard and paste it on any other text field

LIST OF Cameras which stores shutter count in EXIF Metadata of photos


Nikon D3000, Nikon D3100, Nikon D3200, Nikon D3300, Nikon D3400, Nikon D3500

Nikon D5000, Nikon D5100, Nikon D5200, Nikon D5300, Nikon D5500, Nikon D5600

Nikon D7000, Nikon D7100, Nikon D7200, Nikon D7500

Nikon D200, Nikon D300, Nikon D300s, Nikon D500

Nikon D600, Nikon D610,

Nikon D700, Nikon D750, Nikon D780

Nikon D800, Nikon D800E, Nikon D810, Nikon D810A, Nikon D850

Nikon D3, Nikon D3S, Nikon D4, Nikon D4S, Nikon D5, Nikon D6

Nikon D40, Nikon D40x, Nikon D50, Nikon D60, Nikon D70, Nikon D70s, Nikon D80, Nikon D90

Nikon Z5, Nikon Z6, Nikon Z6_2, Nikon Z7, Nikon Z7_2, Nikon Z50

Nikon DF

Nikon 1 AW1, Nikon 1J1, Nikon 1 J2, Nikon 1 J3, Nikon 1 J4, Nikon 1 J5

Nikon 1 S1, Nikon 1 S2

Nikon 1V1, Nikon 1 V2, Nikon 1 V3

Nikon D2H, Nikon D2HS, Nikon D2X, Nikon D2XS


Canon EOS 1D, Canon EOS 1D Mark II, Canon EOS 1D Mark III

Canon EOS-1DS, Canon EOS 1DS Mark II

Canon EOS 5D, Canon EOS 600D, Canon EOS 700D, Canon EOS 60D,


Sony α7 II, Sony α7R II, Sony α7S II, Sony α7R III, Sony α7 III, Sony α7R IV, Sony α7S III, and Sony α7C

Sony Alpha 230, Alpha 290, Alpha 330, Alpha 390, Alpha 450, Alpha 500, Alpha 550, Alpha 560, Alpha 560, Alpha 580, Alpha 850, Alpha 900


Highly recommend to try out Lite (FREE Version Trial version) first, EXIF Viewer by Fluntro Lite to double check whether your Camera records shutter count inside EXIF Metadata before downloading Paid Full version.

Appstore link of Free Lite version :- https://apps.apple.com/us/app/exif-viewer-lite-by-fluntro/id979066584

Appstore link of paid Full version :- https://apps.apple.com/us/app/exif-viewer-by-fluntro/id944118456