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Once you've taken the picture, the date stamp is just more pixels, exactly as if you've taken a picture of a sign with the date on it. Just as a sign hides what's behind it, the date stamp covers whatever was there.
You can use a photo editing program to remove it the same way as removing any unwanted object in the picture. You can crop the picture, or use a cloning tool to try to extend the background to cover the date.
Unfortunately once the photo's are taken there's no way to get rid of the date stamp on all of them at once. You can get a photo editing program and remove them that way but that does take a fair bit of work, if that's the route you want to go let me know and I can help you out with how to go about doing that based on your preferred photo editing program =)
HMMM, I know the date is recorded on the digital file when it was taken and what the camera settings were. I know when I transfer mine to the hard drive i organise bu the date taken. so this info is there in the meta data recorded with each exposure. It sounds like you want it displayed on the pictures Too? In Picasa( the free google software) File info is displayed at the bottom of each phota and a right click on the image and selecting properties reveals the meta data Camera date, date digitised, modified ect.
no you cannot edit the date imprint within the camera once its been clicked. you can just turn that setting off so that the date dosnt show up on the picture or change the date in your camera & click pictures again to your desired date
I have a perfect LCD s800 screen .Camera lens is broken . Dawdle to change if you have a wee star screwdriver..take out the casing screws ..back comes off ..another 4 screws takes the screen out. then the fiddly bit is the ribbon connector..screws back in and fixed . let me know if you want to do a wee deal. Ali