First you have to go to the set up menu and set the correct time and date, then you can go back to the settings and select OFF for time and date. If you do not set the correct time and date , that default date stays in the picture.
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On digital cameras, the data is stored with the filename. Check the back of your prints to see if the dates were not printed there. Most companies do put at least the date information on the back of the prints as well as any other metadata stored with the file produced by the digital camera. Unlike film cameras, which could only record the date by actually putting it on the picture, digital pictures contain metadata that can include things such as people tags, location tags (geotagging), etc. depending upon the capabilities of your camera. The date and time is always stored along with the filename on all digital cameras. If the company that printed your pictures did not include the date on the back of the picture, ask them if they can do it or find another source to print your pictures that can.
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First of all, your camera would have to have the correct date and time set on it before the picture was taken. Then, when the pic is downloaded to your computer, you can place the cursor over the picture file and the date and other info will pop up.
In the Camera Settings there is an option to Enable/Disable the date stamp. Look for that option and enable it to get the date on your clicked pics. In the settings only you will find the clock settting / date/time settings to adjust the date and time. Refer your manual.
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.
Press Menu, to highlight Setup, then OK to access settingsOptionsReturn to previous menu.
Choose sound effects. All On (default)
Shutter Only All Off Auto Power Off
Choose inactivity time until camera turns off. 10 minutes 5 minutes 3 minutes (default) 1 minute Date & Time
See Setting the language, date/time.
Date Stamp Imprint the date on pictures. Choose a date option, or turn off the feature. (Default is off.) Video Date Display
Display Date/Time at the start of video playback. On (default)—choose from date formats.
Off Blur Warning
See Understanding blur warning icons.
See Setting the language, date/time.
Format CAUTION: Formatting deletes all pictures/videos, including those that are protected. Removing a card during formatting may damage the
Memory Card - deletes everything on the card; formats the card.
Cancel - exits this setting.
Internal Memory - deletes everything in internal memory including email addresses, album names, and favorites; formats the internal memory.
View camera information.
go to function and change pic size to wide or it shows a w -then you will see in main menu highlight of time and date stamp-canon can only do date and/or time in a certain size pic-rember it's a lower quality resolution than normal-change pic size first at bottom of function menu then go to main menu
you can only do date and time stamp under function button go to bottom where you can change size of pictures -go to right to W or wide-this is only setting you can do date time stamp on-when you change pic size and go back to menu you will see it highlighted and you can now turn it on-equals about a 2-3 megapixel size picture only-also just leave settings alone and have printer add it-date and time our always in pic data and most printers can add it
Use your USB cable or a Card Reader. Read your manual to insert Date on pictures. Note date will show on pic and cannot be removed.
Best idea is to downloand you pics asap and change each pic file name to embed date taken in filename, not on the pic itself.
I recomment the San Disk MobileMate SD+ miniature Card Reader for SD and MicroSD card reading. Just a little larger than a Flash Thumb Drive. Saves lugging around a USB camera cable and saves your camera power otherwise needed to power a download via a USB cable. About $15 at RadioShack, Staples, etc retail stores selling cameras.