I am looking for recommendations for wildlife photography hides for hire.
The kids have come up with the idea of clubbing together for a father's day and birthday present of a days hide photography.
It has to be better than socks pants and chocolate etc so I am onto a winner.
Does anyone know of a cheap PIR trigger to use with a camera trap.
I have a looked at the camtraption ones but they are a little to expensive for what I want,
due to the fact I will be leaving it in a public woodland so there is always a chance someone will lift it.
I want it to trigger a old...
Thanks Stewart I have just got one a few days ago. I have not had time or the weather to try it on a days photography yet, but it looks well made and balances nice with a Nikon 600mm f4 and a d850 . That is the main lens I will use the gimbal for so all should be ok. I was lucky to pick one up...
The easy answer is at some point you always want more reach. I use a 150-600 sigma most of the time for wildlife which gives a good reach but more versatility than a prime when walking about.The other option is a used super zoom bridge camera if it is just identify you want.