Medium Format that leaves digital imprint on Film like this?

Discussion in 'Medium Format' started by poulette_k, Nov 10, 2016.

  1. Hi all,
    Just a quick question: does anyone know which camera produced an image like this? To leave the digital imprint on the 120 film....
    The image is cropped from scan of film:
    http://imgur.com/a/mZ5kA
    Any help would be appreciated!
     
  2. http://www.photo.net/black-and-white-photo-film-processing-forum/00dwMk
    Henry Posner
    B&H Photo-Video
     
  3. I think Henry should click your link. :)

    Not sure what camera did that. I know my Pentax 645NII can imprint all the image data in the margins between shots. There may be others.
     
  4. Maybe a Contax 645 or a Pentax 645NII
     
  5. My Fuji GA645 imprints the rebate with exposure info. I think most (all?) of the Fuji RF's do it. It's a great feature IMO.
     
  6. Ok thanks everyone! I was actually hoping to
    identify the particular camera which left this
    particular imprint not just any camera who can
    do this. Don't know if this is possible ...
     
  7. Though I have been doing some looking myself and I suspect most of you are right is saying it's probably a Pentax
    645n...
     
  8. I was actually hoping to identify the particular camera which left this particular imprint​
    That's from a Contax 645 (hence the "P80/2" imprint...Planar 80mm f/2).
    The Mamiya 645AF(D) series can also do this.
     
  9. I like Ray's answer.
     
  10. I second the answer that a Contax 645 prints this data along the edge of the film. The "M" means manual exposure (as opposed to Av or Tv).
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