2 August 2013 by

The prime and principal purpose of using a digital camera with a remote control is to avoid shaking the camera by triggering it remotely. Next come the other advantages of using remote controlled cameras. Group photos for example, benefit from remote controlled cameras in that they don't require one member to stand behind the camera to capture the image and be excluded from the snap; you can remain in the photograph by using a remote to click from a distance. Similarly, macro and nature photography too benefit a great deal since they depend so largely on the camera's stability during capture.

There are wired and wireless remote controlled digital cameras. In wired remote controlled cameras, the extension plugs control the trigger. And the wireless remote controlled cameras have separate transmitter and receiver units; camera's remote control terminal is connected by the receiver through its specific cable.

Check out our list of best remote controlled digital cameras, top rated by some of the best camera reviewers oround the web.


Samsung NX1

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1. Samsung NX1    $1,499 - $2,850


Nikon D750

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2. Nikon D750    $2,296 - $3,130


Canon EOS 7D Mark II

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3. Canon EOS 7D Mark II    $1,674 - $2,497


Fujifilm X100T

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4. Fujifilm X100T    $1,300 - $1,650


Nikon D810

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5. Nikon D810    $2,997 - $5,431


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