On this page: the remaining D7000 settings that you can use to customise the behaviour of your D7000 and that are not already mentioned in other chapters.
The custom settings menu defines the time after which the monitor switches off, separately for
Set a longer time here if you are bothered by the monitor switching off too early.
In Nikon's default settings, the D7000 can be released even if no memory card is inserted. It indicates a missing memory card in three places:
If you want to make sure you don't accidentally shoot without a memory card for a while, you can additionally set the custom settings menuto .
If you change the custom settings menu from the default value to , the LCD display will always be illuminated as long as the exposure metering is active.
The custom settings menu allows you to switch three warning icons in the viewfinder on or off:
You can safely ignore the menu, in Nikon's default settings the warnings are switched on and can remain so.