Question about Canon Cameras
Lost the manual and not sure what function keys to use. Can change the date but not sure how to set it?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Date and Time Setting
You can download the manual for the 1260-3 which I guess is very similar from the link below: http://www.victortech.com/admin/images/products/1260-3%20manual.pdf Here are examples of the date & time setting: Set DATE to September 14, 2004 (09-14-04) 1. Depress the C or C/CE key.Your display with show 0. and the tape will read 0.C. 2. Depress the TIME/DATE key and hold until the display is flashing. 3. Enter the month, in our example, 09. Your display will show 9. 4. Enter the day, in our example, 14. Your display will show 914. 5. Enter the year, in our example 2004, as 04. Your display will show 91404. 6. Tap the TIME/DATE key to set the DATE. Your display will now show 09-14-2004. 7. To PRINT the DATE, depress the (#/S) key, your tape will show # 9.14.2004. Set TIME to 4:37 PM 1. Depress the C or C/CE key. Your display with show 0. and the tape will read 0.C. 2. Depress the TIME/DATE key and hold until the display is flashing. 3. Tap the TIME/DATE key to go to Time Mode. 4. Enter the hour, in our example 16 in military time. Your display will show 16. 5. Enter the minutes, in our example 37. Your display will show 1637. 6. Tap the TIME/DATE key to set the TIME. Your display will now show P 04-37-00 and the seconds will begin counting. 7. To PRINT the TIME, depress the (#/S) key, your tape will show #?04?37. Please update the question & let us know if the information given was useful to you - Good Luck!
Posted on Aug 17, 2007
ok, have your calculator set on "on" press the "time/clock" button once, when date appears on calculator press the "M+=" and hold until first number on date flashes, enter the date you want, when done switch your calculator from "on" to "print". date should be saved. do the same for time.
Posted on Feb 05, 2008
If you are trying to get the date/time displayed in your images, you need to set the recording size (L, M1, M2, M3, S, Postcard) to Postcard. You also need to turn the Date Stamp on in the Recording Menu (Use the Menu button, select the recording tab -- silhouette of a camera, and scroll down to Date Stamp).
Posted on May 28, 2008
SOURCE: I have a Canon Powershot
The camera's clock battery has worn out. On the bottom left side of your camera is a little grey plastic slide door. Use your fingernail to pry it open and remove the CR1220 battery (pay attention which side goes up). Take it to the battery department of your local drug store and buy a replacement. It's a very common battery and should only cost around $3.
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
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