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Nikon D40 won't stay in remote mode

When I set the camera to use the wirless remote for my Nikon D40, it automatically sets back to the manual shutter release after a very short period of time. If I wait 30 seconds or so between pictures, I have to go back into the menu and set it back to the remote setting. Any suggestions? Or is this just an unfortunate flaw in the camera?

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Read manual ! you can change it up tp 15min.

Find in Custom Settings > "17 remote duration".
if it is not there change first in SETUP MENU>CSM/Setup menu from "simple" to "full"

Posted on Nov 05, 2007

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