A remote control/cable release
Most of the time, this comes with the tripod, and it is a great ally. There are two kinds: wired and wireless. The latter is suitable for long-exposure shooting. Like the tripod, it helps with keeping stability when pressing the shutter release.
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A microfiber cloth or towel
If there are traces of water on your lens, then you can use a microfiber cloth; however, it is strongly discouraged to use kitchen paper, a handkerchief, or your t-shirt to wipe your lens, even if it sometimes is the fastest way! This can damage your camera quicker.
Like the microfiber cloth, a mini towel allows you to clean your camera as much as possible, and due to its cotton texture, the mini towel absorbs all traces of water.
The camera is an invaluable treasure to a photographer. It is as fragile as the elements that compose it, such as the sensor, the lenses, etc., and keeping your device intact becomes a daily challenge. To avoid cleaning your equipment too often, here are some handy protective accessories:
A rain cover
A silicon protector
Silicone protectors are designed to avoid scratches and always protect your device as much as possible. Ideally, these protectors are tailormade for cameras, so thanks to them, your case will look new for a long time.
A professional photographer is, above all, a complete photographer.
Now you know all of the important photographic accessories.
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