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JuanTramujas

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    A freshman on the field!

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  1. JuanTramujas

    My TRX900LA went down the mud

    Yeah Jose. Today was principal photography wrapp. I missed the window I guess. But I'm happy with the 2.6. I'm just glad that production handled it gracefully. Sent from my SM-N910U using Tapatalk
  2. JuanTramujas

    My TRX900LA went down the mud

    True to that! My thinking is that they want to sell it. That's why I told them to call Zaxcom where I'm sure they'll diagnose it. Sent from my SM-N910U using Tapatalk
  3. JuanTramujas

    My TRX900LA went down the mud

    Thanks everyone for the feedback. Aftermath: It took two days but production finally got me a new transmitter. I'm now the owner of a brand new TRXLA 2.6. Gotta say I'm liking it. Love the screen and the range so far. I wanted to try to save the "one dirty transmitter" just because I think it would be a shame just to give up on it. But in the end I handed it to production and they will try to get something out of it. I told them to call Zaxcom and go from there. Got my upgrade and now I'm thinking of braking some more stuff on my next job. Thanks again and have a great weekend. Sent from my SM-N910U using Tapatalk
  4. Hello fellas! An incident happened with my transmitter just now on the set of a independent feature I'm working on. After the scene the actor decided to run for it and get dirty on the mud. My transmitter was on an ankle band and it got totally submerged. Production is on it and they will pay for a new one but I'm still trying to save it. What do you guys think I should do with it? Try to open it and clean it now? Let it dry and than try to clean it? The ankle band protected the bottom and the sides but the mud got all over the top. specially on the micro SD slot that was empty at the moment. here's a couple of pictures: thanks for feedback Sent from my SM-N910U using Tapatalk
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