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 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

    And keep on shooting on film!

    Tags: exif gps jpg 저장

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    Users comments for Exif4Film

    dude patrick

    by dude patrick

    Nov 13, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Really like this app. Has made taking notes and recording them much easier when it used to be the most tedious part for me. Only bug is that the lenses don't pair correctly with compatible cameras, all lenses are available as options with all cameras. Thanks for making the app

    Jeremy Silver

    by Jeremy Silver

    Nov 06, 2017  |  "Great"

    Very good app that is simple and self explanatory to use. Does what it should do without any bloat (aka useless) features that seem to be added ad nauseum to android, and probably apple, apps these days. Future feature requests: a filter to show currently in use films (ie those loaded but not unloaded) and to keep the ok and save buttons on one side and the cancel button on the other. Depending on which screen you're in the buttons flip so that on one screen the save button is on the right and on another it's on the left.

    Brian Wiese

    by Brian Wiese

    Nov 05, 2017  |  "Great"

    Awesome app, best one I have found for capturing and organizing my film notes effectively and its free, thus: 5 stars! Couple drawbacks: no support/contact menu, no navigation menu (use back button on android). Feature requests: filter to view loaded (but not unloaded films), track if developed/scanned/archived afterwards.

    Drew Gress

    by Drew Gress

    Dec 21, 2016  |  "Great"

    It's missing an equipment manager so you can delete and add cameras/lenses and I'd love to be able to customize what gets recorded for each combination of camera and lens for example some cameras don't have flash or light meters

    Chad Mauger

    by Chad Mauger

    Nov 13, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    Excellent when used with the desktop application to apply metadata to my scanned images. The naming convention for the exported XML files could be improved. Note: make sure you have 64-bit Java installed if you're using the desktop app with a 64-bit OS

    khialmohmmad mizai

    by khialmohmmad mizai

    Aug 07, 2016  |  "Awesome"