A&P D70s: Date stamp on image?

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  1. dave162

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    Does anyone know if the D70s can have the date stamped on the image? If so, please detail how to activate the feature as it is not (as far as I can see) listed in the owners manual.
     
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    EXIF > stupid date stamp

    this isnt 1985
     
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    EXIF only has the date when you print a hardcopy of the photo, correct?

    I take photos which are generally kept in digital/softcopy format unless required otherwise. These photos may be used as photographic evidence and in which will require a date stamp to confirm the date the photo was taken.
     
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    What are you, fucking stupid?
     
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    Fuckwit, If you don't have anything better to contribute then fuck off.
     
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    You fucking moron.
    You don't deserve a DSLR if you don't know how to check EXIF or add a time stamp.
     
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    So you use photographic evidence which can be altered? Great. :hsugh:
     
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    Jesus Christ people... he just asked a simple question. Damn.
     
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    We answered him. :mamoru:
     
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    EXIF is t he information stored when the photo is taken by the camera, not when it gets printed.

    and the date stamp isn't something you really want on your photos.
     
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    ynot? :(
     
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    it looks too pimp?
     
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    it just creates too many possibilities! :mamoru:
     
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    Even with that you could still fool the time function. That is for making sure there is no retouching(or photoshopping) done to pictures. All you would have to do is deactivate the verification system, set your cameras date and time back (or foreward), reactivate, and take the pictures... Still no solid proof that the time and date are correct.. only that the picture is unaltered.
     
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    Cobber Wanna touch my bunny hole?

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    You have to do it while you are transfering from your camera to your HDD ... it is an option there ... but it will get the date info from the EXIF.

    Info from Nancy at Nikon Digital tech support :bigthumb:
     

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