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Embedding Copyright in EXIF in-camera?

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Is there any way to save copyright data into the EXIF data in camera?  With the ability to use JPEGs out of camera, this seems needed even more than did on my Nikon.  

 

The only way I have found is adding this on the PC.  Did I miss anything?

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I agree.

 

But for me personally no problem because I shoot RAW end edit my pics always in LR CC.

 

But for all who want to use the Jpegs out of cam this would be a nice feature.

 

 

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