12 days of technology, Day 11: Photojojo Shutter Remote


December 15, 2017

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The holidays are stressful enough without having to worry about finding the perfect gift for the ones you love. That’s why this holiday season, MyITpros is stepping in and doing all the shopping for you! Whether you’re technically savvy or not, we’ve picked out 12 awesome gadgets that are sure to make you the gift-giving hit of the season.

Check back each day to discover the next perfect present during our 12 days of technology!

What it is: Photojojo Shutter Remote

Admit it—you’ve taken a selfie. In fact, you probably took a selfie sometime in the last week, and maybe even in the last day (no judgement here). Those of us with short arms know the struggle of trying to get the right angle or cram everyone into the frame for a group shot. Enter the Photojojo Shutter Remote! With this handy gadget, selfie-taking is made easy.

The Shutter Remote pairs with cameras on both iPhone and Android devices via Bluetooth. Set up your phone, move as far as 30 feet away while holding the remote, then click to successfully capture a view from more than an arm’s length away. The Shutter Remote also works for shooting videos, ensuring no more camera shake when stopping or starting! And did we mention the remote is tiny and lightweight enough to attach directly to your keys?


How much it costs: $25

The Shutter Remote retails on the Photojojo site for $25. It’s also available through Amazon for $14, with free Prime shipping available!

Who to buy it for: The incessant picture-taker in your life

Some people just love taking photos—of themselves, of their friends, and of the sights around them. Give their arms a rest and help them take the best pictures ever for their social media accounts and more!

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