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Old 26th February 2009
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Testing IR Remote Control

I purchased an aftermarket IR Remote on eBay for my E3 but I am unable to make it work.

I did put a fresh battery in the remote. The instruction sheet says the IR remote LED does not show a visible light, so it's impossible to tell from the device itself whether it is emitting a signal.

I cannot find a remote setup function in the camera menu, other than that for the flash.

What am I missing?
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Old 26th February 2009
Rod Souter
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Re: Testing IR Remote Control

P59 - 61 in the E3 manual are your friend

It took me a while to find it as well!

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