After sharing the video of Ueleret U100 remote camera assistant taking close-up shots of grass owl brooding, many photographers are particularly interested and hope to share more content.
Now let's talk about the main points of shooting grass owls up close!
Grass owls are very alert, and it is very difficult to capture their figures at close range. As soon as the wind blows, it will fly away from the nest
When the parents of the grass owls left the nest, we placed the remote camera assistant in the grass at the entrance of the nest, and put on the R5 camera and 24-240 lens; the camouflage cover allowed the RCA to expose only the lens port of the R5 camera.
The tall grass will block the signal transmission. Hang the signal transmitter on the tree to increase the height and ensure smooth communication.
In the woods more than 100 meters away from the nest, control the camera and gimbal to capture.
Remote camera assistant make it easier for photographers to wait for wild animals, and the waiting time is greatly shortened. Animals can't see people, and daily life is as usual.
Do not disturb animals, do not damage the environment, this is the ecological photography we pursue!
Grass owl mother guards her baby
Baby grass owls hugging for warmth
Seeing here, you know more about the life of the grass owl. In the shooting picture, the grass owl will still be vigilant at first, and soon get used to the existence of the intelligent gimbal, because the RCA is placed in the grass, just like a stake inserted in the grass, it will not affect the grass The normal life of an owl. The grass owl enters the camera frame with ease, which is exactly what we photographers want.
With U100 remote camera assistant, the animals live normally, and the photographer enjoys the process of shooting and recording. Photographers can shoot more easily than in the past. In particular, it is possible to photograph wild animals that were inaccessible and difficult to photograph with a handheld camera in the past.