How to Add Copyright Information to Your Canon EOS 6D

Don’t want anyone taking credit for your photos, but you? You can add your copyright information to your Canon. The data you enter will be added to the EXIF metadata recorded with each image. To add copyright information to the camera:

  1. Press the Menu button.

    The previously used menu displays.

  2. Use the Multi-controller to navigate to the Camera Settings 4 tab.

  3. Use the Multi-controller or the Quick Control dial to highlight Copyright Information and then press the Set button.

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    The Copyright Information menu displays.

  4. Use the Multi-controller or the Quick Control dial to highlight Enter Copyright Details and then press Set.

    The Enter Copyright Details dialog box appears.

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  5. Enter the Copyright Details.

    Press the Quick Control button to navigate to the character section of the dialog box. Use the Multi-controller to highlight a letter, and then press Set to add the letter to your copyright information. Continue in this manner until you’ve entered the desired text and year.

  6. Press the Menu button to OK the changes

    A dialog box appears, telling you that the Setting Screen will close after the text that was entered is saved to the camera.

  7. Use the Multi-controller or the Quick Control dial to highlight OK and then press Set.

    You’re returned to the copyright menu.

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  8. Use the Multi-controller or the Quick Control dial to highlight Display Copyright Info and then press Set.

    Your copyright information is displayed.

To edit your copyright information, follow the previous steps. When you get to Step 4, your current copyright information is displayed. Press the Erase button to delete letters, and then enter the revised information, using the Multi-controller to select letters; press Set to add each letter to your copyright information.

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