I expect you'll find an EXIF viewer for the Mac if you do a Google search.
Sorry Andrew if you're getting multiple replies.- - I have an Nikon as well however it appears that's where our similarities end. I open my images in Pictureproject and I shot raw so I opened the image in Photoshop 3 to view. The info is displayed quite differently in both. See attachments. However when you say "double click on any image thumbnail and you get a window as shown below. You can see some of the EXIF data displayed on an overlay which can be toggled on/off via the EXIF button."- I assume this is with the software by windows or is it software by APP that I'm unaware of?
"In APP, open a new group, add some images (just as they come from the camera with no pre-processing), double click on any image thumbnail and you get a window as shown below. You can see some of the EXIF data displayed on an overlay which can be toggled on/off via the EXIF button."
So I'm talking about thumbnail images in an APP group - is that clear now?
Double click on one of these to open the image viewing widow with EXIF displayed (unless you have stripped it out) on an overlay.
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Andrew Stephens Nikon D40, Nikkor 10.5mm fisheye, Sigma 8mm f3.5 fisheye, Nikkor 18-55/50/35mm lenses, Nodal Ninja 5 Lite, Nodal Ninja 4 with R-D16, Agno's MrotatorTCS short. Nikon P5100, CP5000, CP995, FC-E8, WC-E63,WC-E68, TC-E2, Kaidan Kiwi 995, Bophoto pano bracket, Agno's MrotatorA. Merlin/Orion robotic pano head + Papywizard on Nokia 770/N800/N810 and Windows 8/XP/2K.
Andrew - I realize this must be frustrating for you however when I open images in APP (I opened a group right out of what I shot - no pre processing, only folders would open and not individual thumbnails. If I tried to open an individual image I was told there were not enough images to create a panorama. I tried everything and could NOT open anything of one image in APP.