Sun 13-Jan-13 02:31 AM | edited Sun 13-Jan-13 02:33 AM by agitater
>I like it except for one thing. >in my 3000 the Info display comes on when you turn camera on >once you made your adjustments you take picture and after the >picture just taken is displayed, it returns to the info >screen. > >On the 3200 after the picture is reviewed the display goes to >black in order to turn it on you have to press shutter button >on one of the info button. but it doesn't stay on long enough >to to make any adjustments between shots it come on and almost >immediately goes off. > >I another thread several others have said apparently that the >way Nikon set it up. The info screen is not very useful now
Download the full user manual and read page 140 - Auto Off Timers.
Press the menu button, go to the Settings menu, scroll down to Auto Off Timers, then adjust the auto off time for the items you're concerned about. The maximum auto off setting is either 20 seconds or 1 minute depending on the function.
We're way off topic here. Can we please stick to the D5200 in this thread.