Sony Steady Shot - does it imprint a unique code into pictures?

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  1. ddeerreekk

    ddeerreekk TPF Noob!

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    Basically I used to have the sony cyber-shot DSC-S950. After it being misplaced, it was found, however there is a conflict in which a girl thinks it might be hers (she had the same camera). Is there any way for me to compare the pictures taken with this camera with the ones that I took before? I mean, is there a code that is specific to the camera so that I can either determine "yes, these pictures were taken by the same camera" or "no, this is a different camera from the one I had"?

    Thanks, hopefully you understand what I mean!

    EDIT: even if you don't have the specific camera, if you know the answer to your own camera and how to find it that will certainly help me.
     
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    We actually figured it out - she had a slightly different model. If you still want to comment go for it but everything's solved from my end.
     
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    Yeah, a serial number n the exif.
     

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