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My camera shows that the date and time are set up but date does not print on picture when developed. it's a new camera and I just developed my first set of prints and there is no date on any of them. ...


On digital cameras, the data is stored with the filename. Check the back of your prints to see if the dates were not printed there. Most companies do put at least the date information on the back of the prints as well as any other metadata stored with the file produced by the digital camera. Unlike film cameras, which could only record the date by actually putting it on the picture, digital pictures contain metadata that can include things such as people tags, location tags (geotagging), etc. depending upon the capabilities of your camera. The date and time is always stored along with the filename on all digital cameras. If the company that printed your pictures did not include the date on the back of the picture, ask them if they can do it or find another source to print your pictures that can.

If this did not address your issue, please reply with any amplifying information so that I may more accurately address your issue.

I hope this helped!

Apr 10, 2011 | Kodak C195 Digital Camera

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Dear sirs,went to alaska & took pictures with reg.camera,how do I transfer them to the computer?thank you bill johnson.


When you get them developed ask for the cd option.

Most film developers offer the photos on cd option from regular film for a small extra cost.

If you have already had them developed, you can take the negatives back to the developer, and they can still do the cd transfer.

Otherwise you will need a scanner to put your pictures on your computer. The scanners cost $60 and up, and take hours of your time,

Good Luck!

Jan 30, 2010 | Photography

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Lost all pictures taken today. all pictuers taken


Watch this video and try to use it recover your photo. It's very easy to use. Hope you like it.

Oct 01, 2009 | Kodak EasyShare C875 Digital Camera

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How do you know if there is film in the camera and if so how do you know how many pictures are left to be taken .


I haven't heard of this camera, but most film cameras have a display somewhere that will show you how many have been taken. They don't usually show how many are left because film rolls can have anywhere from 12-36 pictures on them. If you are unsure about how many the roll of film had, you should assume it was a 24 exposure roll. 24 is the most common. If it doesn't have a number anywhere that you can see, you should take pictures until it stops winding.

If the film has been in the camera for a long time, it's probably better to just unload it and have it developed anyway. Film goes stale after a year or so for most films, so you may not have any good pictures on it anyway.

Hope this helps, if not make a comment with more information and I'll see if I can find a manual online for your camera. I'll need model number and as much more info as you can give.

Thanks

Sep 09, 2009 | Snap Sights SS01 Film Camera

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Date on pics


HOW TO TURN ON THE CAMERA

Mar 13, 2008 | Canon PowerShot S2 IS Digital Camera

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Display date & time on developed pictures


When you say it's displayed on the screen, do you mean while it's in playback mode, it's embedded there?

If not, you will have to put your resoltion in postcard mode and make sure in menu that your date or date/time stamp is turned on.

To get to your resolution settings, turn camera on to shooting mode, hit function/set button and arrow down to the bottom left corner where it will show your resolution (L,M,S, etc) and this is where you will find postcard mode.

This setting is the only one you can use date time stamp and will show up in prints, but only good for 4 x 6 prints, anything larger will not be good resolution, it will be pixelated because it's only enough quality for a small print.

Hope this helps!

Mar 12, 2008 | Canon PowerShot A460 Digital Camera

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Saturation of unrealistic color


It is definite CCD chip problem. If you are within warranty period, send it back quick. They probably replace with other unit because the parts are not available for the product. Good luck.

Mar 13, 2007 | Apex Digital 4330z Digital Camera

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Developed Pictures


I didn't think double exposures were possible with digital cameras! You learn something new every day! BUT--to find out if it is the camera or some doofus who is sloppy making prints for you, download a whole bunch to your (or anyone's) computer, and see if there are any double exposures. I think whoever developed your pictures must have had one hell of a hangover. COMPLAIN. I bet they will send you redone and complete new copies.

Feb 04, 2007 | Fuji FinePix E550 Digital Camera

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