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Set the time and date

Does not show up on film

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If you want your camera to automatically deface all your photos by scrawling a string of numbers across them, press the MENU button, use up/down-arrow to select SETUP (three horizontal slider), press the OK button, use up/down-arrow to select "Date Stamp", select the desired setting, and press OK.

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