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How do I set the camera on postcard setting?

I would like to see the date on the printed foto, how do I set my camera ? Do I have to set it on Postcard, and how do I do That?

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Go to camera menu when camera in shooting mode.......settings........check.......date/time display...

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Any printing lab that knows their maching can print the date on digital images by request. If they can't or won't accomodate this simple request, find another lab. In particular, the Fuji Frontier labs have this function readily available to the operator. They shouldn't charge you anything extra to do it, either, as it's only the press of 1 button.

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SOURCE: PowerShot SD1000 camera - Cannot access ''date on photo'' feature

The PostCard size mode will not be available in the Digital Macro, Stitch Assist, or any of the Movie shooting modes. (See the last couple of pages of the manual for mode compatibility.)

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The date stamp will only work when the camera's resolution is set to postcard mode. Press Func/set, scroll down to the bottom, then across to the icon with the clock and mountain. It will say "postcard". Press Func/set again. Then press Menu, scroll down to "Date stamp" and across to select date or date and time, then press menu again.

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Set the image size to 'postcard'. Press the Function key, scroll down to the bottom icon and select postcard (L, M1, M2, S, postcard). Press Function key again.

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Do you want date/time stamp?

If so, you will have to be in postcard resolution.
To achieve this you will put your camera in shooting mode, hit function/set button, arrow down to bottom left corner where you will see L, M, S and postcard modes. Select the one that looks like a postcard.

Hit function/set to get out of there. Now hit menu and go to setup menu (tools) and arrow down to date stamp and make sure it's on date and time.

images shot in this resolution will look good as 4x6 prints, but should not be printed any larger or they will look pixelated, not good quality for larger prints.

Either that or you can add date and time in the Zoombrowser program that came with your camera should you need larger prints with date/time stamp.

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