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I can't get it off power save mode can't do anything

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The reason you can't change the settings on the powersave mode is probably because you are trying to surf the menus whilst the mode dial is on either the "IA" or "Preview" mode. Move the dial setting to any other mode and work through the menus, and you should be able to update the Powersave function from 1-2 minutes to 5 or 10 minutes. I find that 5 mins. works best for me. \

Good luck!

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