Fujifilm Camera Remote Controls
Fujifilm camera remote controls allow you greater flexibility with your camera shots. Whether you are using a wireless or a wired remote control, you can remove the barrier of the camera between you and your subject, and trigger your camera shutter without touching it.
The type of camera model will determine whether or not a wireless camera remote control is an option, but most cameras will allow you to connect the remote control cable to them so you can operate the shutter remotely. If you are using a tripod or taking long exposures then a Fujifilm camera remote control is ideal to avoid camera shake. The cables can be short, or long depending on your requirements.
Why use a Fujifilm camera remote control?
There are many instances when you will find a Fujifilm camera remote control useful, in particular if you want to avoid any camera shake when photographing subjects, when you are shooting objects under high magnification, or have low light to work in, or when you want to be in the photo yourself.
They are especially important when you are taking an exposure longer than 30 seconds. With your remote control you can lock the shutter and unlock it when you want to complete the exposure. This avoids any vibration, which will ruin the image.
They are also essential when you want to take multiple exposures in a sequence, where you need as little time as possible between exposures. Using a remote release allows you to set your camera to continuously shoot, locking the release closed so there is no delay between images. This is particularly useful when shooting the stars in the night sky.
Where there is little light to work with, using a remote control when resting your camera on a solid base allows you to confidently make and exposure without camera shake
If you want to be in the photo as well, you could use the self timer on your camera, but the remote control removes any rush, and allows you to take several photos to ensure that perfect shot.