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Old September 29th, 2004, 01:09 PM   #1
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how to attach CH-910 to bracket?

Okay. I just got the CH910A and was excited about attaching to camera bracket.

Neither the XL2 manual or the CH-910 explain how to attach it. But I fiddled around and got the 910 with its belt-type clip to slip over 2 "bullet" like spokes. This looks like it should go this way. However it just sits loosely on there. If I bump the batteries or the CH 910 it wiggles around and looks like it could fall right off.

Anyone know if this is right? Cause if they don't snap on here more firm this sucks!

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I just double checked and this cannot be right. On of the benefits of this unit is you can change batteries on the fly and not lose power. However when I take one battery off it is so lobside that the whole unit tilts to the point that it could fall off! In addition while I had it on there, my head bumped it....barely...and it wobbles and feels loose.

Is there directions somewhere for this?
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Old September 29th, 2004, 03:32 PM   #2
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Nevermind....I figured it out. Don't know that I like it though! It really protrudes way too much!

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