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    Default Remote control adaptors

    Hi.
    I'm sure I'm not trying to invent the wheel here. I have a couple of Canon HV30 cameras and have recently purchased a boom arm. The cameras have IR remote control units that work to the front of the camera. I need to be able to use the remote from behind and in most cases below the camera. I have tried using mirrors to deflect the IR beam but with little success. Does anyone know of a device that perhaps sticks onto the camera IR sensor and has a unit that is then hard wired down to a receiver unit which I can then aim the remote unit at? Any help or advice would be gratefully received. Thanks. Pete

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    Are you looking for something like THESE.

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    Hi. No, nothing as technical as those I'm afraid. I just need to be able to transmit the existing remote control signal so that it is read from the front of the camera when the camera is above my head and away from me. Thanks.

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