I'm with you on this one. The date information is in the EXIF metadata on each photo whether or not you imprint the date/time on the image. There is software available (some free) that will render the date/time on a reproduction of the image. So why make the camera imprint it and ruin what might be an artistic shot?
To disable date imprint, enable the camera as if to take a photo. Press the MENU button, then scroll to the SETUP MENU and press in on the joystick.Scroll up or down to the DATE STAMP option and press in on the joystick. Select OFF.
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In any mode, press the MENU button. Use cursor-up/down to highlight Setup (three horizontal sliders) and press the OK button. Use cursor-up/down to highlight "Date & Time" and press OK. Use cursor-left/right to move between fields, cursor-up/down to change them. Press OK when done.
In any mode, press the Menu button. Use cursor-up/down to highlight Setup, then press the OK button. Use cursor-up/down to select Date&Time and press OK. Use cursor-left/right to move between fields, cursor-up/down to change them. Press OK when done.
Canon S3 IS cannot stamp date and time directly on photos. The date and time data is inserted digitally in the photo files as EXIF data which can be read by many software products. Try loading your photos with Picasa for example and you can see the date and time photo was taken.
I was wondering the same when I first got my EOS. Learned later that the digital pictures do not have date/time stamp on the front of the photos like film cameras' photos. Details of digital photos are stored digitally in each image file's EXIF.
If you want to print photos showing the date/time, some software including Zoombrowser EX can do that. In Zoombrowser, select the photos you want to print. In Step 2 (Printer & Layout Settings), in the bottom left, you can choose Date and/or Time and even the colour of the font.
Are you using the PictBridge compliant printer for the prints? If so click here to read page 75 for the setting on the printer. Go to the bottom of the PDF file, use the arrow to go to page 75. Don't follow the paging on the manual book itself, because this is a soft copy of PDF.
If you get prints from photo finishing center, then you probably have to order prints with date and/or time stamp added on.
As far as I know, W50 has no time stamp setting. Every image file carries its own date and time for printers to add the time stamp if printer has that function.