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G7X Auto Focus Beep LOW

Hey Guys, I have a G7X ... Ive noticed when I half press the shutter button to auto focus, the auto foucs BEEP is LOW. Very low. I have all the volume settings to MAX and it seems the 1st press is OK then they get lower and lower where you can harly hear the auto focus beep. Anyone else hear of this issue ? Thanks in advance.. 

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Re: G7X Auto Focus Beep LOW


@harleymhs wrote:

Hey Guys, I have a G7X ... Ive noticed when I half press the shutter button to auto focus, the auto foucs BEEP is LOW. Very low. I have all the volume settings to MAX and it seems the 1st press is OK then they get lower and lower where you can harly hear the auto focus beep. Anyone else hear of this issue ? Thanks in advance.. 


The volume settings probably do not affect the Beep, just video playback.  If it starts out OK, then gets lower and lower, does that mean that the Beep is somehow able to reset back to normal?

 

If would be weird for the volume of the Beep to change.  No idea comes to mind as to what could cause that to happen.  Make sure your finger is not blocking the speaker.  Some of the continuous focusing and shooting modes may actually disable the Beep, too.

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Re: G7X Auto Focus Beep LOW

I thought it only beeps twice till it is in focus and then no more beeps?

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Re: G7X Auto Focus Beep LOW

it DOES! Not the problem. The problem is VERY LOW VOLUME on the BEEP ! 

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Re: G7X Auto Focus Beep LOW

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