Date does not show in the pics of my Samsung ST67

Please help!! I have the date showing on my Samsung ST67 camera, but the date does not show up on the pictures. Someone told me that it will once they are loaded onto the computer so I tried that, but no luck. I tried looking through the manual that is on disc (wish I had an actual book instead) and even tried going on the samsung website but I need to fix this tonight since it is Christmas eve. Thank you to anybody that has an answer and Merry Christmas!!

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Date/Time Print

Your camera may not have that feature, not many do any more.

Looking at the User Manual I can not determine if it does.

You can print the date/time on the face of the photo by using a Picture Bridge Photo Printer.
See page 75 of the User Manual for details.

All digital cameras do include EXIF information in the picture file.
The date and time the picture was taken is in the EXIF information along with much more information about the photo.


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Conflicting or Missing Information

Samsung's webpage for the ST67 claims it has the feature you desire, but the manual says nothing about it. Sorry that's no help to you.

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Good news. Well sort of.

I've seen the Samsung rep in the CNET Samsung forum fix such mistakes. I like doing this after the fact as it doesn't degrade the original.


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