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Photojojo • 1 year ago

The ioShutter Camera Remote is your camera's lifeline to awesome, joining two of your favoritest things. It's a cord/app combo that lets you control your camera's shutter with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. That means it can do way more than just a camera remote. It has 6 modes: standard trigger, motion trigger, sound trigger, time-lapse, timer, and bulb. $70

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