The Internet offers a lot of programs, which can read the Shuttercount of Canon EOS DSLRs free of charge. If you take a closer look, most of them don't work, or still demand money for the full range of functions. But there is a simple free tool for this job.
The visitor mine in Kleinenbremen in Porta Westfalica is ideal for a small photo trip. I used a November day for an underground tour. So I was able to test my new photo equipment and internalize the operation of my new camera. My girlfriend was also happy. We had already had the mine on our list of activities for quite some time. Good luck! (Glück auf!)
In this video I'll show you how to set up the Nikon D500 to create an exposure bracket for HDR shots. We store all HDR-specific settings in a separate user setting under the photo and individual settings, so that we can quickly switch between normal workflow and HDR workflow.