Posted on 5/23/2007 4:09:00 AM
I read some posts about using a TOSLink optical cable to "route" the remote control signal to the front of the camera. Since most consumer camcorders do not have a LANC port. With a little DIY, you can fake one easily. I ordered a 3" TOSlink cable for $2.5, mounted the remote control to the tripod handle, wired the cable around the center pole, taped the other end to the front of the tripod. IT WORKS!!!!
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