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Finder is showing the file systems data for the file not the exif data, hence the difference.

As for some of the exif data being corrupted I think your second to last sentence is the route of that issue. Those corruptions can have taken place in one or more of those movements.

There are several free and paid exif editors around for Mac that you can use to bring everything into line.

It may be worth considering an online backup solution to maintain the integrity of your files across software and platform changes

External hard disk acquisition addict - but admitting the problem is the first step to a robust backup

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