You’re on a shoot and in the moment. The last thing you want to do is run back out to the van to get additional drops or props. That’s what assistants are for, yes? So push the Push-to-talk two-way radio button and call your assistant for a different filter or another memory card and maybe a latte while you’re at it! You’ve worked hard to build your photography business to where it is today! And that’s why you deserve the right two-way radios for photographers.
Building a photography business takes more than an artist’s sensibility. It takes solid business sense. Two-way business radios help you push your photography business’s professional image into the limelight when clients on a high profile shoot see you and your staff work in concert via two-way radios for photography. Need some help choosing the two-way radio that’s right for you? Techwholesale.com has put together a two-way radio guide that spells out all the factors you’ll want to consider when making your choice.
Motorola’s CLS series two-way radios for photographers are a great option for a business that shoots on the run. Both the Motorola CLS 1110 and the Motorola CLS1410 weigh just under 5 ounces! A two-way radio that’s light and easy to use, the Motorola’s CLS series radios will let you and your staff members stay in touch without weighing you down. You’re already carrying how much weight in lenses and cameras already, right?
Both CLS and Motorola’s RDX series two-way radios for business allow busy professionals to benefit from their photography business radios without using their hands when used with VOX compatible accessories (sold separately). You don’t even need to take your finger off the shutter to radio for help holding up a skim or asking for another skim latte for your model. Simply speak in the direction of your two-way radio microphone and the VOX feature recognizes your intention to transmit and takes care of everything for you.
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Here are the best radios for photography needs. Because all will cover the area you would typically work in, we'd recommend looking at size and cost of each. (CLP are the smallest, CLS, still quite small and the larger, more durable RDX and RM series radios follow). The majority of photographers purchase the CLS or CLP radios.