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Date and time

Every time I turn on the camera I must reset date and time. I have reformatted the camera and that DID NOT resolve the problem.. Please can anyone help?
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Carlo

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Carlo since you have already reformatted the only thing you can do is send to repairs. You are having an internal memory issue.

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Hi I have here the steps on how you can update the date and time of your digital camera. You can chaged it if its your first time to set the date and then you also have here the steps if you want to changed it anytime you want.


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