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Shuttr is a Bluetooth Camera Remote for Your iPhone

Shuttr is a Bluetooth Camera Remote for Your iPhone

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Shuttr is an already funded Kickstarter project for a Bluetooth camera remote that works with iOS and Android devices.

Created by Muku Labs, Shuttr is available in black or white and connects to your keychain for easy access. Devices using iOS 5 or higher can use Shuttr without the need for a third party application.
Shuttr is a Bluetooth Camera Remote for Your iPhone
● It works both on iOS and Samsung S4, S3, Notes 2, 10.1, LG Nexus 4 and many other Android 4.1+ devices with bluetooth 3.0+.
● It works WITHOUT downloading or installing 3rd party camera app for many devices.
● At 6 mm thickness, it is the world's thinnest remote shutter release ever invented! So small that you can carry it as a keychain so that you capture every precious moments in your daily life.

Technical Specifications:
● Dimension: 61X 26 X 6mm
● Weight: 10g
● Connectivity: Bluetooth 3.0
● Working range: 10 meter
● Power Source: Replaceable RC2025 battery
● Battery life: Up to 2 years if switched off each time after use

You can get one of the first units by pledging $29 on Kickstarter.

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Shuttr is a Bluetooth Camera Remote for Your iPhone

Bugged Out - July 18, 2013 at 5:22pm
Who TF is going to carry around a remote and effing tripod just for the occasional selfie? Solution looking for problem.
IFake - July 18, 2013 at 4:41am
This may be useful for date pics without holding it to take a pic so close for example.
GadgetRevue - July 17, 2013 at 9:21pm
There are countless alternatives that offer much more features beyond just the shutter for a similar price. Search Amazon for Bluetooth shutter. $30 - $40 gets your BT 4.0 and volume, play/pause, brightness, lock screen, mute, presentation controller, all on the same unit.
rexology - July 17, 2013 at 7:56pm
I wish it was a real remote camera not a remote camera shutter
Blew - July 17, 2013 at 6:15pm
Largely pointless