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Old Feb 21, 2011, 4:21 PM   #1
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Default Easyshare Z1015 IS - exif data question

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I was wondering if there is a setting on the camera I can disable that controls whether or not exif data is stored on a picture? I would like to disable it for all pictures taken with my easyshare camera. I tried to utilize Kodak's chat support but the poor guy was confused with my question. Any advice?

This is solely for security reasons.

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Old Feb 21, 2011, 5:40 PM   #2
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I tried it on my Z1015, and it seems impossible to accomplish.

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Most photoeditors give you the option to preserve the camera data or sub the editor data which show nothing about exposure or camera.

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Thank you!

I found this helpful info:
http://www.google.com/support/forum/...b9fb7305&hl=en

I downloaded the Irfanview program (free) and stripped the exif data from a picture & it worked fine.

Basically you are right - I have to use a 3rd party software to strip picture by picture. I was hoping it was a setting on my camera I could just turn off....guess not.
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IrfanView has a batch file capability that should allow doing on multipe files at one shot. I haven't had the occasion to use the batch proccess for any reason but suspect you can find the info on their web site.

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