Date Stamp on Photos?

Discussion in 'Digital Point & Shoot Camera' started by phoneguy, Dec 9, 2004.

  1. phoneguy

    phoneguy Guest

    Do any of the digital cameras put a date on the picture? Or is this a
    function of the printer or software?

    I'm looking at the Cannon S1 IS or maybe a Kodak 6590 (might have the wrong
    model on the Kodak).

    Thanks.
    Jim
     
    phoneguy, Dec 9, 2004
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    Ed Light Guest

    My Fuji puts the date in the filename like this:

    2004_0414Image0001.JPG

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    I know the filename will have a date from the operating system.
    I have a film camera that will print the date in the corner of the photo, so
    when the film is developed, the date is part of the picture. Do the digital
    cameras do this?
     
    phoneguy, Dec 9, 2004
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    Ed Light Guest

    I don't know. I thought the date in the Fuji filename came from the camera,
    but I could be wrong. The file was downloaded using the Fuji software. You
    have to set the date when you put in batteries or it compalins.


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    Ed Ruf Guest

    Easily done in software these days as the date is part of the exif info
    stored in the image itself. I use Qimage to print and though I never do
    this, it will.
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    Ronald Meier Guest

    Yes most Sony Digitals do.



     
    Ronald Meier, Dec 10, 2004
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    Bill Guest

    Many digicams will imprint the date. But as Ed mentioned, most software
    to read and edit the photos, as well as some photo printing software,
    will also add the date for you if you wish.

    My Canon A75 can be set to do it in "PostCard" mode, which is 1600x1200
    resolution and Fine compression. That ratio is perfect for 4x6 prints
    and has high enough image quality for that print size. It can imprint
    the date, date/time, or nothing.

    Personally, I don't use it. I write any relevant info on the back of my
    prints. :)
     
    Bill, Dec 10, 2004
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  8. Nikon Coolpix 8400 does, if you ask it.

    David
     
    David J Taylor, Dec 10, 2004
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    mort Guest

    Some printers, e.g. H-P Photosmart 7960, have date printing or date/time
    printing, as an option.

    Morton
     
    mort, Dec 19, 2004
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