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Yes. Although, as mentioned most cameras will require some modification. With a Physical Mask The low pass filter on the sensor could be augmented to cast a shadow on the sensor. The easiest way I could imagine doing this would be a metal vapor deposition onto the glass followed by a photolithography and etching process to remove the undesired metal. The ...
In a word, no. Cameras don't generally have this feature built in, however there are ways of automating post processing tasks so that watermarks are applied when software downloads the image without the user having to perform any extra steps, it just depends what software you have
Yes depending on what camera you have. Did you read the manual?
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