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Exif4Film is a tool for film photographers to record the EXIF data of their pictures while shooting and then save it on scanned images. The Android™ app is used for capturing the EXIF-related data, and the desktop utility or the Adobe® Lightroom® plug-in can be used for saving the recorded data on actual scans.

Add exposure using an adaptive data form, consisting of:
* Aperture, shutter speed, focal length.
* Lens, camera details.
* Film information, push/pull.
* Location, time.
* Complementary camera picture.
* Note, metering mode, light source.

Group exposures by rolls. Use the built-in films database (~100 brands). Or add your own types/brands. Add your cameras and lenses and use their params on rolls/exposures. View the exposures on map.

Import/export recorded rolls, gear, or films. Share your own created entities with friends.

*NEW* (since v0.9) Dropbox integration. Publish export files directly to your Dropbox!

App requirements explanation:
* GPS location -- for saving location on exposures.
* Internet access -- for rendering exposures on map.
* Take pictures -- for adding a complementary phone camera picture on exposure.
* SD card storage -- for storing the complementary phone camera pictures on SD card.
* Network state -- for Dropbox authentication.

This application is for recording the EXIF data. For attaching the recorded EXIF on actual scans, you'll need to download the Exif4Film desktop application from www.exif4film.com. Visit the website to find tutorials and other useful info on the matter.

Have fun using Exif4Film! In case you would like to help us, please report bugs or feature requests using the contact form at http://codeunited.dk/exif4film/contact/.

And keep on shooting on film!

Tags: exif gps jpg 저장.

Recently changed in this version

Finalized version 1.0.

Comments and ratings for Exif4Film
  • (70 stars)

    by Stefanie Wai on 17/01/2014

    Great to dispense with the notebook and pencil - one less thing to carry - and also useful to also have location info. But all useless unless I can get the exif data out and onto my scans. Between this and PhotoExif surely someone can build something that works for Android + Mac OS! Description mentions a Lightroom plug-in that I assume can also read the xml export but where is that?

  • (70 stars)

    by David Drahos on 16/11/2013

    The user interface isn't great, its not even Holo and is lacking when you compare it to the developer's other apps. It loses the ingenuity award when you pit it against PhotoExif, its iOS competitor. Also a lack of support for Mac OS X and Linux is a shame and makes this app worthless to me. The only thing going for this app is that its got going for it, is a monopoly on the Play Store.

  • (70 stars)

    by Bruce Bracken on 04/09/2013

    A couple of problems -I can't get the PC plugin to work with lr5 and the date picker in the app sometimes will not keep the date I input, reverting to today's date. Very good nonetheless

  • (70 stars)

    by Sergey Prymak on 14/08/2013

    Excellent replacement for paper exposure record book

  • (70 stars)

    by Per Berntsen on 14/12/2012

    This app is just great, and since the last update also highly configurable. The really clever part is the ability to very easily attach the correct exif data to the correct scan, provided you use the same numbering (filename) for the scans as the exposure numbers in the app. The exif data can even be exported to Dropbox, and the desktop app will retrieve them from Dropbox. Large format shooters (l