I have lost the "Simple View" function that allows all the photos from a specific date to be previewed all at once. Instead, I now need open each file individually, preview then close it to go to the next file. Any suggestions on how to restore the photos to the preview all function? (800-211-PANA did not know how).
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Re: "Simple View" software feature
1. Set the center rotary switch to the playback mode. looks like ">".
2. Rotate the telephoto/wide angle switch towards the W... that should allow you to view multiple pics.
If you want to select a particular calendar day, rotate the switch numerous times towards the W until the calendar selection appears. Select the date you wish to view using the up, down, left and right buttons, and press the center "select" button.
This information came from the DCM-TZ2 users manual. The menus are generally the same between models. If you need the manual, shoot me an e-mail and I'll forward it to you.
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If the photo was already taken then the date stamp is a part of the photo, exactly like any faces that may be in there. You can remove the date using photo-editing software, but whatever was behind the date is lost forever.
I'm sorry to inform you that the new cameras do not have the superimposing feature to add date and time on images automatically.
This is because many customers do not want that feature..
However, these cameras come with exit technology. The exit technology write the date and time information in the picture as meta data.
You can use an exif compatible software to add date and time on images.
You can also the supplied picture motion browser software to add date and time.
Please click on the below link to view the instructions to add date and time on images using the Picture Motion browser Software:
Thanks for understanding
This Camera doesn't have the feature to superimpose the date on the pictures. By using the supplied Picture Motion Browser Software, you can print or save the pictures with date. Refer the following link to use the supplied Picture Motion Browser Software to print or save the pictures with date.
The SD1000 has a built-in date stamp function but it is only available in the postcard (1600x1050) function mode. Once you switch to this mode, you can then enable the datestamp feature in the main menu.
If this is unacceptable, you can use some image editing software to add the datestamp after the photo is transferred to your computer. The date/time information is actually stored in the image's EXIF information.
Pretty Simple: Option 1. Go to preview mode, use the zoom-in button to see the thumbnail view. Then press delete button. You will get an option of delete-all.(it deletes all the photos except the ones specifically protected. You can remove the protection through menu options)
Option2. Another option is to connect to PC, navigate to the chip and delete everything in the folder (and not the folder structure itself ;))
I checked the manuals and I believe that the function you want is not available within the camera menus. The date, time, and lots of other information is included within each file that holds individual pictures. The software you use to view and edit pictures should show the information to you and may allow you to manually add the date to the picture. I use Photoshop Elements 6 (Mac) and it will allow me to put the date and time on a picture. You might consider adding the date and time to the name of the picture file if you want a quick reference to the date and time