[LINK] Can Israelis edit EXIF headers?
scott at doc.net.au
Sat Jun 5 02:27:59 EST 2010
On Fri, Jun 4, 2010 at 1:21 AM, andrew clarke <mail at ozzmosis.com> wrote:
> I have a Fujifilm Finepix S5600 and a Kodak C1013. With both cameras,
> if you remove the rechargeable AAs batteries for several hours (eg.
> overnight) the internal clock will stop working. When the batteries
> are reinserted and the cameras turned on, the user is prompted to set
> the clock (with them defaulting to January 1, 2005 & January 1, 2009
> respectively, IIRC).
> I don't think either camera has internal batteries - just a small
> capacitor to keep the clock going for a short time.
Whilst this is probably true of most commodity cameras, I think you'd have
to look a long way before you found a higher-end DSLR like the D2Xs which
didn't have a dedicated clock battery.
In the case of the D2Xs it's a CR1616 lithium battery, which according to
the manual has a life span of about 4 years...
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