I am an artist and when I take pictures of my work I can't get the date off so that I Can place them on my web site.....just started to use the web for greater exposer.
Also, what do the three figures to the right of the lense (while looking at the front) mean? one is a mountain, then a head and a flower??
I was given this camera with no instruction book.
Thanks for your help
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Re: Instructions for camera
You can download the manual from the link below:
http://files-upload.com/files/467030/SAMSUNG - DIGIMAX 201_E.PDF
You can remove the date as per the attached picture from the manual.
The Three images on the front of the camera are the fixed focus ranges.
This camera has 3 kinds of fixed focus modes. The focus ranges are :
1. Macro (Flower ) : 0.18m ~ 0.25m
2. Portrait ( Head) : 0.8m ~ 1.3m
3. Normal (Mountain ) : 1.3m ~ Infinity
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One way would be to use the vacation date feature. Refer to the "Recording which day of the vacation you take the picture" section of the manual (page 54 in my copy).
All current digital cameras record the date and time (and a lot more) with each image. Just about all photo cataloging/viewing/editing programs can show you this data. Depending on the program and printer, you may print the date on the picture, in the margins, or on the back.
If you need a manual, you can download one from the manufacturer's web site at http://service.us.panasonic.com/OPERMANPDF/DMCFX01-MULTI.PDF
The S4000 won't deface your pictures by scribbling a string of numbers across them, but the information is stored with every image. Depending on the program and printer, you can print the date on the image, in the margins, or on the back. Please refer to the documentation for the program you're using to print. If you're printing directly from the camera, the instructions are in the "Printing Pictures via USB" section of the manual (the section starts on page 62 in my copy, the instructions for printing the date are on page 64). If you need a manual, you can download one from the manufacturer's web site at
The camera does not have a feature for stamping dates onto the photographs, but the information is stored with every picture. Just about any photo viewing program should be able to display it, and any photo editing program should let you put it on the picture.
All modern digital cameras record the date somewhere in the image file, and the S700 is no exception. However, the S700 cannot superimpose the date on images. You can print or save images with the date inserted using "Picture Motion Browser".
You can download a copy of the manual from the manufacturer's web site at http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model-documents.pl?mdl=DSCS700
You can download the basic and advanced user guides (and more) from the manufacturer's web site at http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=DownloadDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=320&modelid=14904
This is due to an old photo pack as they're all past the use by date now: the battery built in to it had just enough power to eject the protection sheet and take a photo, but then went flat. There's nothing you can do to remedy this unless you fit an external battery pack. There are no kits to do this with, you have to rig something up on a DIY basis but it is fairly simple with a few basic tools and a little ingenuity. The original batteries were 6v and the camera works at 4.5v; the higher voltage gives a bit of leeway as the battery slowly discharges whilst the film pack is stored and unused.
I was fighting with a Scanner and camera Wizard issue in XP and looking at all kinds of sites, forums. One that came up was someone had a similar problem to yours and had to go into Norton and uncheck removable drives to get the drive to show up. Also check the microsoft site for fixes, patches for ME. On my problem the drive wasthere but the wizard would not open and someone suggested to remmove Realplayer. It worked!!
If you have the Owner's Manual, the instructions are on pages 33 and 44.
Make sure that the Mode switch on top of the camera is set to "Still".
Use the menu to select "Effect".
Then select "Date/Time".
Then select "OFF"