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Date on camera

I need to get the date to show on the film when it is developed how do i do that..i have the time and date set on camera but when i print the picture no date on the picture ..how do i put it on there.thanks for any help

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  • datsc Oct 31, 2008

    date won't show when viewing picture on PC, but I've set the date per
    page 72 of the manual. Do I have to just believe it will print
    when I take this in to be made into pictures?

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Http://www.rug.nl/rechten/voorzieningen/audiovisueledienst/productendiensten/handleidingen/finepix_s5500_manual.pdf
this the link for the manual for the fuji finepix s5100, if you download the manual to your computer (if is a pdf file) open it and scroll to page 72. It says to set the power switch to play and press the F (function button), then press the left or right until you see the DPOF. then you use the up or the down to select the with date or without date to print to you pictures.

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Even though the date is set in the camera, there is another setting for the date to appear on the pictures. If you go through the menu items you will find a setting for this. I will say something like, "show/display date". When this is turned on it should also show in the viewing screen.

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