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Adam Tetzlaff 

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Joined in December 2015
Posts: 35
Posted 7 March 2016 - 03:13 CET

Hey all, happy Sunday!

I am having a minor issue with the exif data displayed for my camera when I upload, not sure exactly what is causing it. It lists my camera as a number followed by a question mark. Here is an example of one of my photos with the issue:

http://www.airplane-pictures.net/photo/675080/hl8209-korean-air-boeing-777-300er/ The camera in this case was a Nikon D7100, but it is listed as "19?".

Any ideas on how to fix this? Could this be an issue on my end when I export photos, or is it possibly a site issue?

Thanks!

AlphaMike 
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Joined in December 2015
Posts: 23
Posted 7 March 2016 - 10:56 CET

Checking what is actually appended to the photograph might be a good first step. What is listed in the data - either have a look at File, Info in Photoshop or Properties and then details in Windows...

Actually, I've just done that - the photo has NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D7100 in the Details info so it must be an issue with how A-P is extracting and displaying the camera data.

AlphaMike

Jocelyn Dell 

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Joined in November 2014
Posts: 21
Posted 10 March 2016 - 01:19 CET

I've the same problem, and nothing can fix that, it's about website programmation.

Adam Tetzlaff 

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Joined in December 2015
Posts: 35
Posted 10 March 2016 - 02:13 CET

Interesting, thanks for the help AlphaMike and Jocelyn! In the grand scheme of things, not exactly a massive headache, so I guess it is what it is.

Martin Krupka 

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Joined in July 2006
Posts: 1148
Posted 10 March 2016 - 17:57 CET

Hi Adam, there seems to be problem with the exif attached to your photos. There are almost 12K photos taken with the D7100 camera at AP so it is not an issue related to this model.

Adam Tetzlaff 

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Joined in December 2015
Posts: 35
Posted 10 March 2016 - 21:44 CET

Hi Marin,

Any suggestions on what I can do to possibly fix it on my end?

Thanks for the help!

Adam

Martin Krupka 

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Joined in July 2006
Posts: 1148
Posted 10 March 2016 - 22:02 CET

I don't really know. When I check exif of your photos I see the camera model is there. I would recommend changing the name of camera manually and uploading it.

Adam Tetzlaff 

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Joined in December 2015
Posts: 35
Posted 10 March 2016 - 23:09 CET

Will look into that, thanks Martin!

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