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Saving photo info for pictures taken - possible?

I know most if not all Digicams alow you to save the photo info for each picture taken such as Aperature, Shutter speed, exposure etc... since there is no review on any sites of this Epson or even a demo at any local stores yet, Does this camera allow this feature? and is this photo info only accessable via the Epson software? what if I use a 3rd party program, will this individual photo info be downloaded to my HDD when I transfer the photos from the CF card? and then how do i access this info? I know with the Nikon you just use there software and simply select properties then all the photo info is available.. is it similar?

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This camera stores EXIF in similar standards of its competitors and can be viewed by most image software. However, there's some fields of proprietary design for each brand so it is better to use the original software bundled with the camera.

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