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How do i turn OFF the date stamp on my kodak M1063? i've been through the menu several times. help!!

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Directions to switch the Date stamp off:

  • Menu
  • Camera Settings
  • Date stamp (logo is like an old fashioned stamp)
  • Choose OFF

Posted on Jan 18, 2010

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