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How do you turn off the date stamp from appearing on the photos?

I have tried to search the menu item to remove the date stamp from the pictures but I cannot find it. Can someone give me instructions on how to turn the date stamp off? We no longer have our manual. Thanks

Posted by Cindy Godden on

  • stjeandeluz Nov 24, 2007

    I also cannot remove the date stamp. I've tried adjusting settings, and now when I take a picture, it takes 3 pics of the same one, and takes a long time 'processing data'...what is wrong?



    please respond to [email protected]



    Thanks

    Dana

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Please spend some time in the menu item referring date stamp, date,record,time if you catch off that item.
For taking 3 pics ,You might have switched on the MULTI in the menu in camera or shooting mode

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