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Shutterball – Put that phone down when you take a selfie


Future generations will know two things about us – 1.) We love taking selfies, and 2.) We obviously don’t know how to take pictures because the angle is always weird, distortion creeps in, and we almost always include our phone in the picture. Fortunately, it’s within your power to show our descendants that we really can take decent self-portraits.

The Shutterball gives smartphone photographers something their camera-wielding brethren have enjoyed for a long time – distance from the camera via a wireless shutter release.

Using Bluetooth and a free app, your smarthphone or tablet can be used to take photos from up to sixty feet away, and the pre-installed coin cell battery will let you keep snapping away for up to five years.

Now it’s possible to take a picture of yourself without your arm disappearing off the edge of the picture, and you can even take distortion-free group photos that include you in the group.

When you’re not being a shutterbug, the convenient loop design lets you carry the Shutterball on your jeans, bag, or keychain.

Available in four eye-catching colors (Pink, Blue, Green, Black) and compatible with Android 4.2.2 OS or newer and iOS 6.0 or newer, you can step up your selfie game for $24.99.

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