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I just bought a Nikon D40. The monitor shuts off after being on for only 5 secs. I Have tried changing out the battery with a fully charged one and the problem persists. Is there a way to set the duration of the monitor being on? Is there some sort of power saver option? Thanx Skip B

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Yes , it is a power saver. I remember there being a way to change it in the menus. Note: the "monitor" stays on for different times depending on mode. There is a manual on line. I had better luck just playing with the menus. The menu your looking for is easily over looked.

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