Sometimes I wish Max would slow down!! We only mentioned Thumber 3.20 last week, now Max has updated it to support drag-and-drop from Windows Explorer, extra specific information for certain cameras (Nikon 990, 950, Casio QV2000, QV3000 and some Olympus models), Support for Nikon D1, font sizes etc. etc. He never stops that guy...
(Thumber Info of a Nikon Coolpix 990 image)
Here's the full update list:
- Feature: Added drag-and-drop capability from Windows Explorer to Thumber:
- Drop on image panel to display image.
- Drop on information panel to display image and open properties window.
- Feature: Added interpretation and reporting of some camera-specific (Nikon 990, Nikon 950, Casio QV2000, Casio QV3000, and some Olympus models) information contained within MakerNote tag.
- Feature: Added ability to read Interoperability EXIF Tag.
- Feature: Added reporting of EXIF Byte Order (Motorola "MM", or Intel "II") on properties window.
- Feature: Added font size controls to Image Properties screen.
- Feature: Image Properties window no longer resets to top of page when loading new data.
- Feature: Image Properties window size is remembered when saving options.
- Feature: Added support for Nikon D1 (See cameras.txt for important details)
- Bug Fix: Trying to launch a second instance of Thumber no longer generates an error message.
- Bug Fix: Increased DDE timeout for slow machines.
- Bug Fix: Fixed web-page creation problem where final "</table>" tag was ommitted if no end of-page text was specified.
Here's an example of a full dump of EXIF information from a Nikon Coolpix 990 image:
Tag Pos Data Pos Description = Value (II) ------------------------------------------------------------ **** IFD Number 0 **** 0x010E 0x0016 0x009E ImageDescription = 0x010F 0x0022 0x00BE Make = NIKON 0x0110 0x002E 0x00D6 Model = E990 0x0112 0x003A 0x0042 Orientation = 1 0x011A 0x0046 0x00E4 XResolution = 300/1 0x011B 0x0052 0x00EC YResolution = 300/1 0x0128 0x005E 0x0066 ResolutionUnit = 2 0x0131 0x006A 0x00F4 Software = E990v1.0 0x0132 0x0076 0x0114 DateTime = 2000:07:11 11:20:11 0x0213 0x0082 0x008A YCbCrPositioning = 2 0x8769 0x008E 0x0096 ExifOffset = 284
**** IFD Number 1 **** 0x0103 0x0326 0x032E Compression = 6 0x011A 0x0332 0x0372 XResolution = 300/1 0x011B 0x033E 0x037A YResolution = 300/1 0x0128 0x034A 0x0352 ResolutionUnit = 2 0x0201 0x0356 0x035E JPEGInterchangeFormat = 4084 0x0202 0x0362 0x036A JPEGInterchangeFormatLength = 7765
**** EXIF sub-IFD **** 0x829A 0x012A 0x024E ExposureTime = 10/36 0x829D 0x0136 0x0256 FNumber = 62/10 0x8822 0x0142 0x014A ExposureProgram = 3 0x8827 0x014E 0x0156 ISOSpeedRatings = 100 0x9000 0x015A 0x0162 ExifVersion = 48, 50, 49, 48 0x9003 0x0166 0x025E DateTimeOriginal = 2000:07:11 11:20:11 0x9004 0x0172 0x0272 DateTimeDigitized = 2000:07:11 11:20:11 0x9101 0x017E 0x0186 ComponentsConfiguration = 1, 2, 3, 0 0x9102 0x018A 0x0286 CompressedBitsPerPixel = 3/1 0x9204 0x0196 0x028E ExposureBiasValue = 7/ 10 0x9205 0x01A2 0x0296 MaxApertureValue = 35/10 0x9207 0x01AE 0x01B6 MeteringMode = 5 0x9208 0x01BA 0x01C2 LightSource = 3 0x9209 0x01C6 0x01CE Flash = 0 0x920A 0x01D2 0x029E FocalLength = 149/10 0x927C 0x01DE 0x03A0 MakerNote = ................ 0x9286 0x01EA 0x02A6 UserComment = 0xA000 0x01F6 0x01FE FlashPixVersion = 48, 49, 48, 48 0xA001 0x0202 0x020A ColorSpace = 1 0xA002 0x020E 0x0216 ExifImageWidth = 2048 0xA003 0x021A 0x0222 ExifImageLength = 1536 0xA005 0x0226 0x022E InteroperabilityOffset = 886 0xA300 0x0232 0x023A FileSource = 3 0xA301 0x023E 0x0246 SceneType = 1
**** Interoperability IFD **** 0x0001 0x0384 0x038C InteroperabilityIndex = R98 0x0002 0x0390 0x0398 InteroperabilityVersion = 48, 49, 48, 48
**** Maker Note IFD **** Note: There is no official EXIF format for the data contained within the "MakerNote" tag. In this image, the data (shown below) appear to be in an EXIF-like format (II), although the tag definitions are undefined. Contact your camera manufacturer for more information on these tags.
0x0001 0x03A2 0x03AA Unknown = 0, 1, 0, 0 0x0002 0x03AE 0x03B6 ISO Setting = 0, 0 0x0003 0x03BA 0x0466 Color Mode = COLOR 0x0004 0x03C6 0x046C Quality = FINE 0x0005 0x03D2 0x0474 Whitebalance = INCANDESCENT 0x0006 0x03DE 0x0482 Image Sharpening = NORMAL 0x0007 0x03EA 0x048A Focus Mode = AF-C 0x0008 0x03F6 0x0492 Flash Setting = 0x000A 0x0402 0x049A Nikon Unknown = 8832/1000 0x000F 0x040E 0x04A2 ISO Selection = AUTO 0x0080 0x041A 0x04AA Image Adjustment = NORMAL 0x0082 0x0426 0x04B8 Unknown = OFF 0x0085 0x0432 0x04C6 Manual Focus Distance = 0/0 0x0086 0x043E 0x04CE Digital Zoom = 100/100 0x0088 0x044A 0x0452 AF Focus Position = 0, 0, 0, 0 0x0010 0x0456 0x04D6 Unknown = ................
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