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You didn't say what model camera you have so that feature might not even be available for your camera. If it is, you'll find it in your camera's menu settings. If not, you'll have to add it manually in an image editing program.
Red eye reduction is a feature that has to be turned on in the camera settings. It isn't turned on by default. It isn't perfect anyway- you may still get some red-eye. This can be further reduced or removed by editing the pics in a graphics editing program on a computer.
Some cameras have very limited editing in the camera, but the best way is to transfer your pics onto a computer and use one of the many image editing packages available to edit it there. You can download some of these free from the internet, but you probably already have one on your computer.
The 8025 is primarily a still camera, with some rudimentary video features grafted on. Those features do not include audio. You can add a soundtrack using video-editing software on a computer, but you can't record one on the camera.
I don't believe that feature is built into any Canon cameras. You can strip the date data with a number of EXIF editing programs. I prefer exiftool, which is free and command-line based. Try searching for "exiftool gui" and you should find a graphical interface for editing metadata. Also look at XnView (xnview.com)
This camera is not capable to shoot images in black and white as this is not a menu selectable feature of this camera. You can take the image in color and then download it to your computer and then using photo editing software change the image to black and white or monotone using the edit function in that photo editing program.
The MOV format is an industry-standard format used by many digital still-picture manufacturers. As with the JPEG format used for still images (the primary purpose of EasyShare cameras), the MOV format provides a video capture file that can be used on most computer operating systems and platforms.
Kodak EasyShare digital cameras include the free Apple QuickTime player software. If you are interested in more sophisticated editing capabilities, many MOV editors are available from several companies:
QuickTime Pro from Apple Computer Inc. is the initial upgrade package to the free QuickTime player software.
Search the Internet using the phrase "QuickTime editing" to find many other sources of QuickTime editing software with a wide range of capabilities.