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How to Keep the Screen on While Using a Nikon D60 Read more: How to Keep the Screen
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1.Press the "Menu" button on the back of the Nikon D60.

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Use the down navigation button to choose the "Settings" menu, and press the right navigation button to access the "Settings" options.

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Highlight "Auto Shooting Info" using the navigation buttons, and press the "OK" button located in the middle of the navigation buttons.

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Select "Off" by highlighting it with the navigation buttons and pressing the "OK" button. Exit the camera's menu system by pressing the "Menu" button to continue taking pictures.



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