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I have just noticed my cameras date has been wrong for the last month. However it is consistently wrong, so if I work out (or guess) the date and time of the first photograph, is there a tool that will work out the correct date/time of the rest of the images?

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marked as duplicate by Michael Clark, MikeW, Paul Cezanne, AJ Henderson, John Cavan Aug 18 '13 at 15:05

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Windows, Mac, Linux? Do you own Photoshop or Lightroom? Have you seen photo.stackexchange.com/questions/7919/… ? –  dpollitt Jul 29 '13 at 19:09

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Yes — either ExifTool or Exiv2 will do this and can work on RAW files, including CR2. And they work on Linux, Mac, or Windows.

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