- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
The camera records the date and time of each photo in the
metadata attached to each picture. You have the option to see the date
and time when when the camera is in "Playback" mode, which allows you to
preview your images on the screen. When looking at your pictures, use
the "Disp/Back" button to include text with your pictures. The date and
time will appear along the bottom of the image.
Printing the Date on Pictures
Users can include the time and date on their prints from the "Mode" menu by choosing "Print Order" with the "With Date" option.
I have a Fujifilm S100fs and there is no set up to "stamp" the date/time on the image. What it does do though is collect a ton of information more then the date time which can be viewed in the software package that came with the camera. Also some of the information which will include the date/time can be viewed by opening the thumbnail on your computer and clicking on "get info" I don'r know what image programing you have but I'd expect pretty well any Photoshop program would open this information as well not all of it that's still up to the designated software. Love my S100fs as well and it's my back up camera to a Canon 1D series
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.
You just need new batteries. That's what the E550 does when the batteries get too low. Please get the latest rechargables. Many of the ordinary AA batteries won't last 50 pictures. Fuji also is rather poor telling you how to charge the rechargables. When the screen goes blue when you take a picture, you must use the camera's de=charging system before recharging--otherwise the rechargables will not take a full charge--that's what's likely happened to you!
The date doesn't actually appear on the image. It's embedded in the data. You can see the date/time stamp by right-clicking on the image and selecting properties. You should see the date taken, date modified, etc..