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Beeping noise on my camera remote
Darrin Spencer, Photographer
Corbin | Ky | USA | Posted: 9:53 PM on 01.27.13
->> Ok I noticed last night (and this may be normal) but I was shooting a high school bball game and was using a remote on the floor. But I could hear a beeping noise coming from the camera. It was firing fine and had no problems during the whole game. The reason I say this may be normal because I am usually not by my remote because it is elsewhere. So is this normal? And I was using a Mark IIN on the remote and PW should that matter. Any help would be appreciated.
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Alan Look, Photographer
Bloomington/Normal | IL | United States | Posted: 10:00 PM on 01.27.13
->> PW Multimax do have a beep mode. I think Menu, basic will get you to it.
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David Welker, Photographer, Assistant
Springfield | MO | USA | Posted: 11:28 PM on 01.27.13
->> It was probably the focus confirm beep as players entered the focus point.
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Michael Chen, Assistant, Photographer
Saratoga | CA | USA | Posted: 11:44 PM on 01.27.13
->> If the Pocket Wizard is a MultiMAX and is the source of the beeping, hit Menu, then B, B, and C. That will turn the beeping off.
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Darrin Spencer, Photographer
Corbin | Ky | USA | Posted: 9:43 PM on 01.28.13
->> Thanks guys I appreciate the info.
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