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Quick Tips: SD600's date and time toggleThe date and time stamp on a digital photo is great--if you want it there. Here's a quick tip on using it on the Canon PowerShot SD600 digital camera.
[ Music ] ^M00:00:03 >> Here is an easy quick tip on how to change the date and time stamp status on your Canon ST600 and similar cameras. First of all, and the record mode, the picture taking mode, power the camera on. Hit the function button and I want you to drop down to the bottom selection. This is the resolution selection, but if you go toward the right, you'll find something called postcard mode. You have to be in postcard mode to enable date and time. With that selected, undo it and then go to menu. Now you want to drop down to one called date stamp and here you can rocker right and left to choose either no date stamp, date, or date and time. Go to the one you like, and then back out by pressing menu again. Now, when you take your pictures, the date and time are stamped right on the bottom the way you wanted and it's not hard to turn it off again, quickly hit menu, drop down to date stamp, and then rocker over to off. and if you're changing resolutions away from postcard mode, that will also cancel date and time stamping. so there you go, it's easy to make sure the date is there when you want it and not when you don't under Canon SD series cameras. Thanks for joining us for this quick tip, I'm Brian Cooley. ^M00:01:09 [ Music ]