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I can't figure out how to set the correct date.

The photo date on this camera is always wrong. How do I set that?

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SOURCE: How do I keep the date correct?? It alway pops up

Next time you finish setting it, press the set/ok button twice.

Posted on Apr 01, 2010

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You haven't said what make/model your camera is, so it is hard to advise.

Without knowing the camera, I am guessing that you may be in the wrong mode when trying to change this setting. You won't be able to change it while reviewing pictures already taken. You can only change it for pictures to be taken subsequently. Once pictures are taken, you won't be able to add the date stamp, nor remove it if it has been stamped.

It may be that it won't allow you to set this if you haven't already set the date and time in your camera. I can't see why this setting would be shown at all if it was not possible to turn it on (i.e. if your camera did not have this feature).

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Next time you finish setting it, press the set/ok button twice.

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