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  • 1. TRAIL REMOTE CAMERA
  • 2. Trail / Remote Camera
    • is a  camera  placed by a  photographer  in areas where the photographer generally cannot be
    •   are most widely used in sports photography
  • 3. Uses and practices
    • used by photographers to make more pictures and from different angles
    • (very popular in sports and wildlife photography)
  • 4. Placement
    • placed in suspended positions
    • usually are mounted with “Magic Arms“.
    • Position:
      • Behind the backboard at a basketball game
      • Overhead in the rafters of an arena during a hockey game.
  • 5. Magic Arms
    • Refers to a clamps and arms such as the  Bogen Super Clamp  and  Variable Friction Arm
  • 6.  
  • 7. Sample Shots
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  • 12. Triggering
    • Hand triggers – remotes that are in close proximity to the photographer,
    • (consists of a button or switch that is connected to the camera via a wire that is set to fire the camera's shutter.)
  • 13.  
  • 14. Triggering
    •   Radio Transmitter / the self timer built into the camera - remotes that are placed away from the photographer
      • such as Pocket Wizards or Flash Wizards are used
      • (consists of a button or switch that is connected to a radio triggering transmitter or transceiver which is set to fire a radio triggering receiver or transceiver that is connected to the camera via a wire that is set to fire the camera's shutter )
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  • 16. APPLICATION
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