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I have re set the date using the set up menu. It appears correctly on the screen as todays date 27/06/2011 yet it is still printing as 01/03/09 when I select the print date option on the photograph. The camera has been turned on and off since re-setting the date. Im hoping I'm simply being stupid! Please help!!

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The print date option is the date the photgraph was taken, not the date it was printed.

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