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Which brand of digital camera will display date and time on every shots

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All most all the digital camera these days have Timestamp on them it just has to be activated on the camera to start putting it on the pic

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How can i get my sony dsc--w200 camera to date stamp ever picture?

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you will not see the date and time on the thumbnail. look at the photo in full screen. make sure part of the photo is not "cropped" by checking to see if the arrows appear at the bottom and right. I bet the date & time is there, you are not seeing it.

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you will not see the date and time on the thumbnail. look at the photo in full screen. make sure part of the photo is not "cropped" by checking to see if the arrows appear at the bottom and right. I bet the date & time is there, you are not seeing it.

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