How to Adjust Automatic Shutdown Timing On Nikon D5600?
Step 1: Open The Custom Setting Menu
To change the shutdown timing on your camera, you first have to find the custom setting menu on your Nikon D5600. Click on it to open the menu after discovering it and to continue further.
Step 2: Choosing Timers/AE Lock Item
You have to click on the Timers/AE lock item on the menu after choosing the custom setting menu. You will be able to see an option called ‘Auto Timers’ on your Nikon D5600 camera screen after clicking on it. You have to press Auto Timers, and on your camera screen you will be able to see four choices.
Step 3: Choosing Short
The first option you’re going to be able to see is called ‘short’. On your Nikon D5600 camera, it is one of the shutdown times available. The Live View and information show will be affected by the standby timer. When selecting this option, the standby timer will be set to 4 seconds. For around 5 minutes, you will get a live summary, and the picture review will be set to 4 seconds. This will set the playback to 20 seconds. To get the above settings, you have to click on this option.
Step 4: Choosing Normal
The default setting for your Nikon D5600 camera is this option. The camera will be on standby for 8 seconds. When you select this option, the live view will be set to 10 minutes and 4 seconds respectively, along with the image analysis. With the Standard option in Auto Timer Settings, the playback menu is set to 5 minutes.
Step 5: Choosing Long
When you change your auto timer on your Nikon D5600 camera, this is the longest period option that you will get. When selecting this option, the standby timer is set to 1 minute. Live view and image analysis are set to 20 minutes and 20 seconds, which is far more than any of the above choices. For about 10 minutes, the replay or menu will be there.
Step 6: Choosing Custom
This choice helps you to personalize the delay time for various items on your Nikon D5600 camera. While changing the timing on your camera, you can pick different delay times for Live View, Replay or Menu, Image Analysis, and Standby Timer.
Step 7: Disabling Image Review Completely
You can choose to totally disable the image analysis on your Nikon D5600 camera instead of selecting all these choices and various delay times for image review. You need to go back to the replay menu and select the image analysis option to do so. You need to change the settings and switch the image review item to off.
It is easy for you to quickly change the automatic shutdown timing on your Nikon D5600 camera now that you know all the hacks. To go through the process along with the various options to delay timing for different things, you can look at this step by step guide. Start working on your image today without thinking about wasting the camera’s battery life.