The Satechi Bluetooth Smart Trigger comes in four options to work with a variety of Nikon and Canon DSLRs
The Satechi Bluetooth Smart Trigger has an impressive range of 50 feet (15.2 m) and a battery life of up to 10 years
The Satechi Bluetooth Smart Trigger brings wireless DSLR control to smartphones
The Satechi Bluetooth Smart Trigger is available now for US$45
The Satechi Bluetooth Smart Trigger sits on the hot-shoe of your DSLR, and connects to the camera using a small cable
In the Satechi Bluetooth Smart Triggers regular shot mode, the smartphone acts as a simple wireless shutter, with users tapping a large button on the screen to take a photo
The Satechi Bluetooth Smart Trigger timed mode allows a smartphone to act as a intervalometer
The Satechi Bluetooth Smart Trigger can take long exposures using the manual shot mode.
Wirelessly triggering a camera was once the reserve of professional photographers, but it's now something more of us want to do, ideally via our smartphone. However, while more compact and mirrorless cameras now have wireless capabilities, DSLRs have mostly been left out of the smartphone-shooting fun. The Bluetooth Smart Trigger from Satechi is a wireless remote which aims to address this by bringing smartphone control to many DSLRs.
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