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A remote camera is a camera placed by a photographer in areas where the photographer generally cannot be or for selfies. This includes areas with limited access, tight spaces where a person is not allowed, or just another angle so that the photographer can simultaneously take pictures of the same moment from different locations.
Remote cameras are most widely used in sports photography. 35mm digital or film, and medium format cameras are the most common types of cameras that are used.
I put the,"Game Camera" I got for my birthday out on the back porch. Now we might see what has been setting off the auto lights in the back yard. I'm also curious as to whether boat traffic in the channel will activate it.:rolleyes:
To try it out, I first set it up in the front room and tested...
In the near future I will be putting up more game cameras on the acreage. We have one, a Moultrie, that works well enough. That said, if there are better options, then I would certainly value the recommendations. Thanks much. :)