Wirelessly activiating a shutter is pretty standard fare for a photographer, but when it comes to snapping photos with your iPhone, you have three options: first, you can tap the button on the screen; second, you can click the volume up button on the phone; third, you can plug in your iPhone headphones and use the buttons as a trigger. Sadly, all of these options require you to be relatively close to your iPhone while triggering your shutter. The fine folks over at Belkin are selling a nifty wireless iPhone Shutter remote to help solve the problem.

The remote connects over Bluetooth and works up to thirty feets away. The Remote sells for $40.00 and you can get it directly from Amazon.

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