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Information about a picture's settings

I own a C-2000Z digital camera. Great camera, but how can I view information about a picture's settings such as f/stop, shutter speed, white-balance compensation mode, flash synch mode, EV Compensation, etc. AFTER the picture has been downloaded to my computer? The Olympus CAMEDIA software only displays image size, flash on/off, and other top-level information in the "properties" page for an image. It seems CAMEDIA has not been updated to display the additional information that the C-2000Z captures over and above that captured by, say, the D-400 camera. Is there any software/shareware that displays the full detailed image info?

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I use Thumber to do it. It tells me everything I want to know - shutter > speed, F stop, ISO, zoom position, date and time down to the second, > plus some other things I don't remember. Thumber was freeware when > I downloaded it.

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