XSories Weye Feye review: wirelessly control your DSLR from 80 metres away

XSories Weye Feye review: wirelessly control your DSLR from 80 metres away

The XSories Weye Feye wireless remote lets you control your DSLR from up to 80 metres away. But is it reliable? Find out how it performs in our XSories Weye Feye review.

Nikon WR-1: first impressions of Nikon’s new wireless remote controller

Nikon WR-1: first impressions of Nikon's new wireless remote controller

The Nikon WR-1 wireless remote controller lets Nikon photographers take control from a distance. Our head of testing got use this new Nikon accessory, announced at the same time as the Nikon D7100. Here are her first impressions.

A layman’s guide to remote triggers

A layman's guide to remote triggers

Remote triggers are one of the most valuable photo accessories you can keep in your camera bag. But they can also be one of the most intimidating if you’ve never come across one before. Below we’ve answered some of the most common questions about using remote triggers to get you started.

Triggertrap review: use your smartphone to control your camera

Triggertrap review: use your smartphone to control your camera

The Triggertrap is designed to join forces between your smartphone and DSLR. But is it effective? Find out in our Triggertrap review.

6 top remote releases tested and rated

6 top remote releases tested and rated

Make your photography a hands-free affair with a remote release. We take 6 of the top remote releases on the market and put them to the test.

Essential accessories

Chris Rutter using a tripod

Upgrading from a compact to an SLR camera opens up a world of photographic possibilities, here’s our guide to the accessories – from bags to flashguns and filters – that can help you take your photography to the next level