Wheel an release button in a bad place.

When the tranceiver is on the camera, your forehead will hit the wheel, while looking in the viewfinder and change settings unintendedly. Move it on to the left side. When pressing the menu buttons, it is natural to "hold against" at the front with you rindex finger. Then you unintendedly release the flash. Move the button to the top side. Thank you very much.

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  • ... and the RX/TX switch, whit the "OFF" position in the centre is not great. If you push it tu turn it off, it can easily end up in the opposite mode instead of OFF. The switch should be altered ofr perhaps two keys: one for RX/TX and one for ON/OFF :smile: -)
  • Planfoto said:

    When the tranceiver is on the camera, your forehead will hit the wheel, while looking in the viewfinder and change settings unintendedly.

    Do you know that you can "lock" the wheel?

    Have a look into the manual and you'll find a way to prevent your forehead from making undesired changes. Unlocking the wheel before making intentional changes with your fingers is a very quick operation and the trigger will lock itself after a short grace period.

  • I hope the the Dial Lock is sufficient in addressing the issues you reported @Planfoto

    As for the Mode Switch, we did it that way to save parts and more importantly it is simpler to operate; one less switch to care about.

    Thanks!
    Antonio Lao
    Brand Manager
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