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Canon sd750 does not hold date/time setting

My canon sd750 no longer holds the date and time setting. Is there an internal battery to replace? How do I replace the internal battery?

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Yes there is a internal battery the camera has to be opened up to replace it. we replace the battery on this model for 45.00

Posted on Sep 12, 2009

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There is a cmos battery (or a memory battery) on the main circuit that like any battery wears out eventually. If you are familiar with repairing electronic circuits you can get the part from Olympus. There is no part number just "memory battery for C-740" will suffice. Your other two choices are to take the camera to a shop where they can do the kob for you. Don't let them sell you a complete new board, you don't need one. Not for this problem anyway. Or you can ignore the problem and reset the camera (or not)each time you change batteries.

Posted on Mar 31, 2007

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SOURCE: Canon sd 750 how to put the date in the picture?

Hi there, my name is Rob and I can help you.

To put the date stamp in a picture do this: First,
Make sure you have the correct date and time set in the camera. To do this:
Push the function/set button. Press the directional button down to select Date and Time.
Push the directional button to the right then down or up to set the date and time. Then press the function/set button to save it.

Then: to put the date and time on your pictures,
Push the selector button up to the camera icon, and press function/set. Scroll down to Date Stamp.
Scroll right to turn on the Date and Time Stamp, then up or down to until it says On.
Press function/set when your done.

That is your solution. Remember once the date/time stamp is embedded in a picture, you can't take it out.
Let me know if you have any further questions, and thanks for coming to FixYa. Please feel free to rate my solution a fixya.

Rob

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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On my Canon this function is only available when the camera's resolution/format is set to Postcard.

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