I hope someone here can help me out with this last question I have. I've searched but can find no definitive answer and I don't want to get into a dead end.
first some background information. I am slowly heading the "other" way.
I had stopped shooting film in 2002 when I went digital. Now years later I find that I have had this mysterious pull back to film which the left side of my brain just doesn't understand. But so what ... photography, especially as the hobby that I crave it to be again is a right brain thing right?
So a year ago I got a Nikon F100 and a mamiya 645 AF system. I found that despite how great the mamiya was that it was not for me. I like to shoot faster than it allowed me. So I sold it. I have however found that the F100 is all, and more - than I wanted it to be. Now over the next year I want to go in the other direction and away from digital back to film. 35 then it is and I will buy myself an F6.
There is however one issue that I really miss compared to digital and that is the exif data. I file and find my shots (20,000 + ) via the exif info and don't want to change my ways.
I am then ready to buy the MV-1 card reader to use with the F100 now and both it and the F6 when Santa smiles at me but I need to make sure that the MV-1 is fine and perfectly functional with a Mac system. Does anyone know if whatever file system this gizmo uses mounts and imports into either excel or Photomechanic the data that is recorded? This is a huge issue for me, so I would be very grateful to anyone who can tell me, preferably from first hand experience if and how well this data transfer works on a Mac.
Thanks! (and sorry for my typical long post )