Short people ... Eeew!

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Olivia and Sam doing what they do best. Taken with a 50mm Zuiko @ f/1.4 on Delta 100, developed for 7 minutes in 1+1 D76.
 
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Thanks Ed. It's interesting that, although they're 2 years apart, they have matching teeth. :BigGrin:

Oh, and I think I made a mistake in the camera and lens data - this isn't made with the Olympus, but rather the F5 and 85mm f/1.8 Nikkor at f/1.8. I need to look into software called Photo Secretary. Allegedly, it can 'capture' the EXIF for film images in a file that can be downloaded from the F5. I'm not sure how you would attach it to the scanned picture though.
 
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Well, there's my smiles for the morning. Kids goofin' around. This reminds me I'm thinking of picking up a lomography camera. Might be interesting to play around with.
 
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I think they are Biggs. ; :biggrin: @ Ned. ; With the 4 shot, right Ray. Those look cool, like a holga that lived next to a nookular plant. Thanks fer lookin' y'all!
 
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I need to look into software called [i said:
Photo Secretary.[/i] Allegedly, it can 'capture' the EXIF for film images in a file that can be downloaded from the F5. I'm not sure how you would attach it to the scanned picture though.
Chris,

Nikon concocted something called Data Reader MV-1 for the F6, with backwards compatibility for the F100 & F5. It has a 10 pin connector and uses a small capacity CF card. I recently got one for my F6, but have not tried it out yet. PS. The Photo Secretary has been discontinued.
 
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Thanks Herman, I'll look into that!
Chris,

I just took a quick look at the manual. This device allows you to store the data from yr F5 on a small CF card. The F5 data can than be imported as a text file into Excell to be manipulated. In fact, with the F5 there are 4 recording modes with increasing complexity <A, B, C, D> with up to 15 exposure type data.

Depending on complexity of the data, the F5 allows you to record/store up to 78 rolls <36 exp.> in basic . It seems that if you have a MF-28, you can increase the number of data you record.

PS: Nikon Europe has a pdf of the manual , it's size is 3 MB. The manual like any other Nikon manual takes some getting used to...

I vaguely remember that a while back there was a thread on this topic, either here or at Nikonians or Nikon Gear.

Have fun!
 

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