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I have an Mi-L3 Remote and cannot get it to work. My manual isn't clear. I want to do self-portraits. Please help. Thx.

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You need to set the camera's release mode to a remote mode. Since you didn't mention what camera you have, you'll have to refer to the camera's instruction manual for the exact procedure. Or else you can reply to this post, specifying the model, and we can try to direct you further.

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