Satechi’s BT 4.0 Smart Trigger turns an iOS device into a DSLR Remote Shutter

If you’re into DSLR photography sometimes you might need a remote shutter, but if you don’t want to spend money on expensive accessories, you might be interested in Satechi’s Bluetooth Smart Trigger. This latest device is designed to work with Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras, and with free Smart Trigger app, you can turn your iPhone or iPad into a wireless timer remote control for DSLR cameras.

In order to get it working with your DSLR, first you need to attach it to your cameras hot shoe and connects to the camera using a small cable. Wireless shooting is now enabled once paired on your smart devices. Because it uses Bluetooth 4.0, the trigger has an impressive range of 50 feet (15.2 m) and a battery life of up to 10 years because of its low power consumption. This device comes with three shooting modes: Regular, that lets you use your iOS device as a wireless shutter, Manual Shot mode that lets you take long exposure pictures with a switch to lock the shutter open, and Timed Shot mode that allows you to perform time-lapse shooting. It’s now available in different models depending on what camera you are using; all models are priced at $44.99.

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