> On 23 Jan 2024, at 01:54, Godfrey DiGiorgi <godfreydigio...@me.com> wrote:
> Hmm. I like to keep the camera's date setting current, but rarely ever look 
> at the time my cameras are set to.
> I order things in LR by frame number, not by time, and only very very 
> occasionally use more than one camera at a time, so it's rarely an issue.
> If I do have two cameras output (iphone and m10m, or m10m and m10r), since I 
> don't shoot all that many frames in a session on average, I can usually 
> integrate all the photos together in the right sequence and then rename them 
> into an ordinal sequence, if that seems important. I can also set the capture 
> times into an ordinal range that way.
> Most of the time, I don't worry about time and date very much. Once I've 
> rendered my photos and put together a set to display, whatever order they are 
> in is what I choose, not what the frame numbering or the time/date sequence 
> are.
> Life is sure simpler in the Polaroid instant film world where a pack of film 
> has only eight exposures and I can remember exactly what sequence I shot them 
> in… :D

There’s a lot to be said for that!

I’ve just discovered that the Visoflex 020 has a GPS. So attached to my M10M, 
and after changing a couple of settings in the menu, it can pluck the date and 
time from out of the sky!

As far as I can tell it uses local time, but as I’m in the UTC time zone it’s 
difficult to be sure.
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