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Bringing your film camera into the digital age, the Meta35 from Promote Systems allows you to transfer the shooting data from your compatible Minolta Maxxum 7 film SLR to your computer, and then embed this data into your scanned files. Beyond adding the shooting information recorded by your camera, the included Meta35 software also allows you to apply IPTC information to your imagery during the batch process. In addition to the Meta35 software, this Minolta Maxxum 7-dedicated bundle includes the Data Saver DS-100 in order to acquire shooting information from your camera and save it to an included 4MB SmartMedia memory card.
Minolta Maxxum/Dynax/Alpha 7 Additionally, a memory card reader is required for the SmartMedia card in order to retrieve shooting data
Download Shooting Data
After retrieving shooting data from the Data Saver DS-100 and importing these files to your computer, you can open the Meta35 software to locate and organize the shooting logs.
Sync Data with Images
Once the shooting data has been imported, you then match the data, according to roll number, with the specific scanned images. You can choose to omit specific images or shooting information lines in order to accurately sync the data with the specific frames. At this step, you can also apply IPTC data, such as copyright, content, and location tags, and embed the metadata set to the files in a batch.
In the Box
Promote Systems Meta35 Metadata Module with Data Saver DS-100 for Minolta Maxxum 7 Film Cameras
Minolta Data Saver DS-100
4MB SmartMedia Memory Card
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Windows 7 (SP1) or later or Mac OS X 10.9 or later USB port
Promote Systems Meta35 Metadata Module with Data Saver DS-100 for Minolta Maxxum 7 Film Cameras Review