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With the Nikon Data Reader MV-1, shooting data stored in your Nikon F5, F6 or F100 35mm (135) format SLRs can be easily viewed and manipulated on your personal computer.
Using spreadsheet software such as Microsoft Excel, the transferred data can now be easily viewed and manipulated on your computer.
The data is first transferred from the camera to a memory card set in the MV-1, where it can then be transferred to a Mac or PC.
Data record capacity (number of film rolls whose shooting data can be recorded) differs with each camera and recording mode.
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Is the MV-1 Data Reader compatible with the F100 camera

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The Nikon MV-1 allows you to transfer the recorded shooting data that's stored inside the F100 camera for each shot as a text file (.txt) to a Compact Flash card (CF Type I, included). Data can then be transferred from the memory card to your personal computer, and used with data management programs like Excel, etc.
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Will the MC-33 cord cabled through an USB adapter to CF card work too?

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With the Nikon Data Reader MV-1 (connected to the camera), shooting data stored in your Nikon F5, F6 or F100 35mm (135) format SLRs can be easily viewed and manipulated on your personal computer.
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If not, just search "MV-1 Data Reader Manual" and it will point you to a downloadable PDF file of the owner's manual.
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