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    Anyone having problems with their DSMC2 EVO? Mine does not power the camera once I screw everything down (as it makes the pins lose connection somehow).

    *EDIT* solved my problem. I was tightening down the bottom screws too tight, and it seemed to be pulling the pins away from the connection. So now I just have them finger tight, and the EVO seems secure on the back of the camera.
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    Is anyone else still waiting on an invoice? We're 11 days after close, and 3 days til payment due. Seems a bit close
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    I got my invoice pretty quickly, but still waiting on shipping. I paid on Dec. 20th.
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    I still haven't received my invoice.
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    Still available?
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    After a minor shipping mishap, finally got mine and tried it out on set a few days ago. Awesome product. Thanks again for this group buy! I haven't tried out the Mod24 adapter yet, but really looking forward to having that extra DC In port for my ol' DSMC1 Dragon!
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    I would love to somehow hitch a ride on this train...
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobMNeilson View Post
    Anyone having problems with their DSMC2 EVO? Mine does not power the camera once I screw everything down (as it makes the pins lose connection somehow).

    *EDIT* solved my problem. I was tightening down the bottom screws too tight, and it seemed to be pulling the pins away from the connection. So now I just have them finger tight, and the EVO seems secure on the back of the camera.
    How do you install the DSMC2 Evo module on the camera!?
    Do you really have to unscrew the two small allen screws wich are on the module?
    I don't see any user manual.

    Thanks for your input and any "tightening" advises.

    Patrick
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Tresch View Post
    How do you install the DSMC2 Evo module on the camera!?
    Do you really have to unscrew the two small allen screws wich are on the module?
    I don't see any user manual.

    Thanks for your input and any "tightening" advises.

    Patrick

    Anybody in there?
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    Hi Patrick,

    Sorry I havent' checked the forum too much lately. You've got to unscrew the small allen keys on the top left and right sides, and then two more on the bottom and it will release that frame it grabs onto. Then you install the frame on the jetpack and tighten up those allen screws and you are set. I hope it works better for you mine did, which I ended up swapping for a couple of regular EVO's.
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