Software for a Palm or Handspring

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Equipment' started by blackdogphoto, Mar 30, 2006.

  1. blackdogphoto

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    First off I am not a math wizzard to figure Fstops, angles, filter adjustments that require math. I have seen a few or should say heard of a few programs that go on your Palm or Handspring that you imput the info and it does the work for you.

    I know about Fcalc but any others out there.

    Paul
     
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    Just look at palmhq or tucows, there are a bunch.

    I have some spreadsheets for tinysheet

    and there are some for cine cameras

    and of course fototimer...
     
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    I use and highly recommend ExpoDev for the palm and WinPlotter for the PC

    Expodev is just fantastic.
     
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    I have Bob Wheeler's Vade Mecum loaded on my clunky, old Palm V, and it's a great program. You'll need to read the docs, though, and perhaps carry a cheat-sheet for what the symbols mean.
     
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