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Remote Controls

The ability to control your camera from a distance is a major stepping stone in the world of creative photography. Camera remote controls facilitate time-lapse capture, astrophotography and long-exposures. Perhaps the single largest benefit of a remote shutter release is the ability to trigger a camera without any shake caused by either touching the shutter button or from tripod movement. A diverse range are available from every manufacturer which include simple manual wired models through to more complex infrared (IR) variations.

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Sony RMT-P1BT Remote Commander

precisely control your camera during landscape shooting, architectural photography, astrophotography, still motion photography, group portraits and more.

£65.00

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£34.99

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Canon Remote RC-6

Remote Control for EOS camera s

£16.00

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Canon RS-60E3 Remote Switch

Take pictures without touching your camera â'”ideal for when you want to avoid causing vibrations.

£15.00

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Sony RM-VPR1 Remote Shutter Release Cable

From macro to landscape, reduce camera shake and take control of your camcorder using the RM-VPR1 remote.

£54.00

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£79.99

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£19.99

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Canon RS-80N3 Remote Switch

Take pictures without touching your camera â'”ideal for when you want to avoid causing vibrations.

£44.99

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Nikon ML-L7 Remote Control for Nikon cameras

This Bluetooth remote control can be used to control key camera functions when shooting remotely. Compatible with specific Nikon cameras, it boasts separate buttons for shutter release and video recording.

£39.99

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Canon BR-E1 Wireless Bluetooth Remote Control

The Canon BR-E1 remote controller is an ideal, handy, well-designed Bluetooth remote to enable you to wirelessly control your Bluetooth enabled Canon EOS camera from up to 5 metres.

£39.00

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Olympus RM-CB2 Remote Cable for E-M1 Mark II

RM-CB2 Remote Cable for E-M1 Mark II

£49.99

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Panasonic DMW-RS2E Remote Shutter camera

DMW-RS2E Remote Shutter for S1 Series camera

£59.99

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Nikon Adapter WR-A10

Designed to work with the WR-R10 Wireless Remote Controller (transceiver), allowing it to be connected to select Nikon DSLRs with a 10 pin connector

£54.99

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£32.99

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£129.00

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£49.99

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Leica Remote Release Cable RC-SCL6

Leica Remote Release Cable RC-SCL6

£80.00

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Hasselblad release cord for X1D

Release Cord X allows for remote shutter control, helping to eliminate shake or vibration.

£77.00

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£99.00

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Hama 5345 Cable Release for Digital Cameras

5345 Universal Cable Release for Digital camera s (Fits X-Pro)

£17.99

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£48.99

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Nikon WT-4b (WT4b) Wireless Transmitter

The WT-4 is a high performance Wireless Transmitter for specified Nikon digital SLRs. It supports wired LAN (10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX) and wireless LAN

£476.00

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Remote controls are used by photographers in all types of situations. Being able to fire off the camera without touching it or from a distance has many benefits. Remotes are also generally very small and light, which means that even when not in use, they can stay in your camera bag until needed. The two main options include corded (or wired) and infrared models. Perhaps the most reliable out of the two is a wired remote. The trade-off with wired options is that the photographer has to remain close to the camera.

Infrared models allow the photographer to stand further afield and to take photos with themselves in the frame. The main downside with these is that a battery is always required.

Whichever option you decide to go for, models will have varied features, with the most basic performing a simple release together with a long exposure lock option. More advanced models allow for the creation of interval timelapses, video control and image playback.

All digital camera manufacturers produce own brand remotes, and many third party companies provide worthy options. These include the most popular names such as Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm, Sony and Olympus.

Browse our complete range of camera accessories for every conceivable add-on to compliment your photography passion.

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