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  1. #1 RTMotion Hand Controller - disable knob control of Shutter/ISO 
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    On a recent shoot, the RTMotion Hand controller kept changing the ISO of the camera. Likely the AC accidentally touched the knobs, but even when they tried not to, it kept happening. We looked to see if we could disable it, but there seems to be no way to.

    Anyone know? The camera type we have selected in the controller right now is DSMC 1.

    Thanks.
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    Yeah you can. Change those A B knobs to none.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Gundu View Post
    Yeah you can. Change those A B knobs to none.
    How though? I've gone through the entire menu on the controller, and the "buttons" submenu has no such option. Maybe I'm just missing something obvious.

    edit: NVM... found it. It was under inputs -> axis... not very intuitive, but set the knobs to none there. Thanks Bob!
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    I find it very intuitive personnaly.
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