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A wireless remote is a more expensive option, but it gives you more freedom in your shooting options. The benefits of using a wireless remote: Macro photography. When using very small depth of field in macro photography, sometimes with Measuring at intervals of millimeters or less, you must make the focus intact and correct to make the image clear.
Absolutely small vibrations can interfere with focusing accuracy. When I was shooting, I made sure that I was sitting in the center of the tripod at a certain interval, I was very stable and grounded. Sometimes I even hold my breath for a clearer image. Two changes I made to the macro shooting workflow made a huge difference in improving the number of sharp lenses I could get.
The first is to get a wireless remote. The second one is shooting in live view mode, the view is enlarged, which allows me to focus very accurately, sometimes auto focus, sometimes manual focus. Then by using the remote control, it took the vibration out of the lens in two ways, and not touching the camera shutter meant no movement was introduced.
Second, when shooting in Live View, when the lens is initially engaged, it moves the slightest amount. After pressing the remote control button halfway, it engages with the lens, everything moves a little, and then stays there until the remote control button is fully pressed and the picture is taken. This method reduces the number of photos taken for clear images to about 3-5, and the sharpness rate is about 50%. Previously, it was able to shoot more than 20 images without focus.