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I want to show the date on every frame as i down load and print without a complecated procedure, [the camera is for daily photo diary]

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    Thanks for your time, all i want to do is be able to show date usually in yellow on each hard copy frame as it is printed out, so that when the copy is passed over table the date that item was photographed is clear for all to see. I have to get another camera if it is not possible on the Fuji Z10

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I don't know if you want to display the date on the image or if you Fuji can even do that but there are multiple programs that will rename the image file so that the file name is the date and time the picture was taken. Additionally many programs, including Vista, will organize your photos by date taken.

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  • Ed Sargent Nov 20, 2008

    I can't seem to find an instruction manual but regardless of what camera you have a watermark can be added after the fact with software. The date and time photos are taken is recorded and embedded in the image EXIF data. Software can read this data now or years later and add it to the image. Check out winwatermark.com, for $30 you can add the date to your photos, including ones already taken. They have a free trial so you can try it out. They are not the only ones that provide this ability.

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