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Mass update of image date/time?


mcewena

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I recently travelled overseas and forgot to update the timezone on my XS10, I'm trying to merge my album with photos taking on my phone (which of course auto updated to the correct timezone).   Is there any way I can change the image time after the fact?  Preferably for everything on the card or by batch?

 

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