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Fugi finepix s7000 auto shut off

Our Fugi finepix s7000 camera keeps turning itself off when not in use. This is very distracting coz it only has to be not in use for a min before it closes down. How do we disable this so we can use the camera properly. I would be would be very gratefull if you could help us.

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Re: Fugi finepix s7000 auto shut off

Keep camera on shooting mode.Turn dial to SET UP mode.Select POWER SAVE mode by lower navigation key.Press right navigation key to select one of the 2MIN -5MIN-OFF modes.By selecting OFF mode the camera will never be off until u turn it off.After selecting desired mode.Turn dial from set up mode to desired shooting mode.

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