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Date time on photos

I have a Sony DSC-H2. I tried but couldn't figure a way to get the date time stamp on the photos. Can anyone suggest me how to get it?


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  • Subbarao Turlapati
    Subbarao Turlapati Mar 06, 2008

    Thanks.



    But where is the settings menu?

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The DSC-H2 does not have the time stamp feature
It does show up in the Properties if you have set the clock and turned this feature on

Posted on Jul 27, 2008

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    BARRY ADAIR Jul 27, 2008

    the DSC-H2 doesn't have this feature



    the only way to know when the photo was taken is to set the date and time feature then right click images and go to Properties to reteive imbedded information, you will have to turn on the features that you want saved in your photo editing program

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You'll have to goto settings. choose date/time. then select display date/time.....

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I went to Menu, Settings, Initialize, Set to Default settings. When you then enter date

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To get to the settings menu (at least how i do) hold playback and menu at the same time. i don't know if it will work for you. my camera is not functioning right and i think that, that may be a default for the broken camera. anyway i hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 16, 2008

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