By the way, I think "no post production" is silly and impossible. A simple point and shoot camera does a whole host of post-processing work every time you depress the shutter, boosting the contrast, brightness, saturation, sharpness, noise reduction etc. A .raw shot from a DSLR will generally have little to none of that and things like color and sharpness really need to be fixed in PP. A RAW literally image can't even be posted or viewed until interpreted by a post-processing suite.
"No post production" would even completely preclude something like cropping, red eye reduction, noise removal, etc.
So "no post production" should be changed to something like "minimal post production only"
I was wondering about this as well.
I still use an old Pentax SLR (SP1000 to be exact) for some of my shots, and I have to scan the 35mm negative into my computer in order to get a digital image for printing or posting.
I almost always have to do some editing because the scanner does not give a 100% true reproduction of the negative. And of course, the film camera does not have any way of embedding EXIF data in the image. All the information shown in the EXIF, is the scanning info.