Tag Archive: Shutter


Wise Button Combines iPhone Tracker, Music Remote And Shutter Release In One Tiny Dongle

We’ve seen a few dongles that let you track your devices from your iPhone using Bluetooth, and we’ve seen some that let you fire your iPhone’s shutter the same way. But the Wise Button does both. I wouldn’t call it…Read more ›

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Turn Off the iPhone Camera Shutter Sound Effect to Take Photos Silenty

iPhone camera icon As we all know, any time a photo is taken with the iPhone camera, a little shutter sound accompanies the snapping of the picture. That sound effect is all software, and so though you might expect there to be a simple settings change to toggle that sound effect off, well, you may be disappointed to learn there just isn’t such a setting.

Instead, you will need to hit  [Read More…]

Remote Shutter Release For iPhone Looks Like a Roll Of Film

Gizmon’s remote shutter release for the iPhone is simple, effective and cheap. But its novelty styling in the shape of a roll of film is likely to baffle much of its potential audience.

The iCA Remote Shutter is a kit containing a male-to-male headphone cable and a switch. The switch mimics a roll of 35mm film, and pressing down the button on top fires the shutter. The “mechanics” are simple: the switch is a  [Read More…]

Speed Up Camera Shutter Slowdown On Your iPhone And iPad [iOS Tips]

C’mon! Hurry up! It’s Justin Beiber!

I don’t know about you, but I spend too much time waiting for the Camera app shutter to open so I can take a photo with my iPhone. The problem with that, of course, is that I miss a lot of shots that way, even when I’m using the lock-screen camera swipe.

Luckily, there’s a simple way to make things move a lot faster when  [Read More…]

FCC Outs Belkin Physical Shutter Release Accessory for iPhone

Apple touted the iPhone 4Sís improved camera during the phoneís announcement highlighting its improved lowlight performance, 1080p video capture, and improved speed. They even have a commercial dedicated to showing off the new camera. Well, Belkin is the first accessory maker to take advantage of the iPhoneís improved camera by creating a physical shutter release for the iPhone 4S. The accessory leaked via the FCC and their notoriously juicy filings. The filing reveals nothing in  [Read More…]

Time Shutter App Makes Nostalgia Mobile, Interactive

Next time youíre in San Francisco with your iPhone taking pictures of the monuments, try Time Shutter for a blast in the past. It offers 246 shots of the City by the Bay snapped 100 years ago. Thanks to a geo-coded map, you can find the points of interest on a walking tour and see how things have changed.   [Read More…]

Red Pop Brings Real Shutter Release Button to iPhone

The iPhone takes great pictures for a smartphone, but you can hardly compare it to a regular point-and-shoot camera. You can pick up just about any camera in the world, even the most sophisticated DSLRs, and know right away where the shutter release button is located. This is not the case with the iPhone, however. It may be a marvel of engineering, but when it comes to taking pictures, itís hardly the most intuitive camera.  [Read More…]