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F4 MF-23 data back - can I get a copy of the original instructions


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MichaelMyers

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After ignoring it since the 1980's, I dug out my old F4 two weeks ago, and started re-learning how to use it.  Amazing how I forgot everything about it, but thanks to forums, the internet, Ken Rockell and both the user manual and a book on the F4, I'm starting to feel comfortable with it.

 

I just received my "MF-23 Multi Control" from KEH earlier today.  Is there someplace where I can download and print the original instructions that came with it?

 

My understanding is that it can/will print image information (including the date) either "on" the image or between the frames.  Since the F4 predates Exif files, I think this might be very useful in the future.

 

Over the past couple of weeks I had many questions come up, but this is the only question remaining (at least as of today).

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NikonUSA might have the manual in their manual archives...Nikon | Shop & Explore Cameras, Lenses, and Accessories



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Butkus has the MF-23 manual available in PDF.

https://www.camerama...nikon_mf-23.pdf

 

MIR has the MF-24 manual more or less available.

Nikon MF-23 & MF-24 250 exposures Bulk Film Back

The only difference is the 250 frame capacity of the MF-24.