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I was looking at a picture my camera took the other day, not in an image viewer, but in a text viewer, so that I could see the internal data that made up the image file. In particular, I was looking at the EXIF data at the head of the file, when I noticed that just after the time and date and camera model, there was what appeared to be a name: "Park Byeongchanf" I rather think the 'f' at the end was not part of the name, but it definitely looks like a name to me. My former camera was an Olympus C120, and it didn't have any names in it... can anyone tell me why this person's name is on all my pictures now? If it's one of the camera designers, isn't it a bit presumptuous to put his name on the pictures the camera takes? Just wondering if you had any insight into this, or had heard of it before. I googled the name but didn't find anything revealing.

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Sounds more like information left on your memory card than the camera. Try reformatting the memory card and seeing what happens. I think you have that command in your camera menu. If Not you put the card in a card reader attached to your computer and reformat it.

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There may be some data in the EXIF info doing this? I can't find the images right now to check as they are on a PC at work (work related!)
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You can find out how to do this on page 76 of the users manual. PLEASE CLICK HERE for the manual

Here are the instructions if you cannot get to the manual..

You can copy (backup) all the image data stored in the internal memory to the card. The image data in the internal memory is not erased by copying it to the card.
The optional card is required to use the backup function. Operate the camera with the card inserted. Top menu [MODE MENU] [CARD] [BACKUP]
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If you took the pictures, and stored them on the camera's internal memory, then put in a memory card, it will read from the card and you wont be able to see the photos that are actually stuck on the camera. Try removing the SD card, then check for your photos.

Conversely, if you took the photos when the card was in, and then removed the card, the photos wont be stored on the camera, so you should look for the card.

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