We have touched on this subject before, but it’s definitely worth visiting again. Our smartphones are great to take photos with, we all know that. But when it comes to taking pictures of ourselves, perhaps with a group of people, we always need someone to take the photo for us. There are plenty of remote shutters on the market, but we’re lacking one that is small enough for mobile use. With a new iPhone shutter remote from PhotoJoJo, this problem could be over.
It would be really easy to sit here and write a lot of technical specifications about this, but I don’t think that is necessary. All you really need to know about this iPhone shutter remote is that it fits nicely into your pocket when it’s not in use. Once it is attached to your iPhone (or iPad and iPod), you will be able to snap photos up to 30 feet away. Not only that, but the device that is attached to your iPhone, the actual iPhone shutter remote receiver, will keep your phone firmly upright, whether in landscape or in portrait position.
As I said, it is PhotoJoJo that makes this quite useful device available. It retails for $40.00, which is a price that is both appealing and easily justified by its many straightforward features. Never again do you have to run back and forth when using one of these iPhone shutter remotes. All you need to do is turn on your photo app, put your phone where you want the picture to be taken from, and get yourself in place. When you feel you have the right pose, just trigger the app by clicking the iPhone shutter remote. That’s pretty much it.
Another great feature is that with this iPhone shutter remote, you will never get any shaky or blurry photos. Since the phone is firmly positioned, every picture will come out crystal clear. If anything, that is worth the $40.00 this awesome gadget will cost you. There are of course plenty more uses for this one. Your imagination is now the only thing that limits that perfect photo. Get creative! Quite frankly, this could very well be the only iPhone shutter remote you will ever need. As a matter of fact, I wouldn’t mind having one myself.