If you wanted to say, send Canon a couple jpgs from your Concord 4306z, edit the exif so that it looks like it came from a Canon 5D, then demand a replacement… well, that doesn’t work. BUT NOT FOR LACK OF EFFORT!
Some programs, like noise ninja, strip all the exif data out of jpgs. So I’ve looked at some exif editors that have the ability to batch process a folder of pre-noise processed jpg files, pull the exif data out of all of them, and then add it back to the corresponding noise-filtered files.
You could also use an exif data editor to add data to your files, such as gps location, personal notes, copyright information, particular lens used (rather than just focal length) etc.
In windows (XP at any rate) you can actually read quite a lot of the exif data right from the OS: Right-click > Properties > Summary > Advanced. It’s not complete, but it’s got a lot of the basic info.
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