ShutterGrip

Camera Feel

Just Mobile’s ShutterGrip Bluetooth Remote Shutter and Camera Grip comes from the creative minds of co-founder Nils Gustafsson and his team of designers. This group of sharp thinkers wants to make taking snaps with your phone feel more like the real deal. The ergonomic grip fits on most smartphones (even with a case) so you can hold on—and frame up shots—better and to help eliminate awkward finagling or potential fumbles. You can also set it up on a tripod if you want to take videos and avoid shakiness. Want to get everyone in the frame? Capture big group shots and landscapes from up to 30 feet away with the removable Bluetooth remote shutter. With this tool, selfies, travel pics, and any other shots you take are firmly in hand.

ShutterGrip

Bluetooth Remote Shutter

Camera Feel

Just Mobile’s ShutterGrip Bluetooth Remote Shutter and Camera Grip comes from the creative minds of co-founder Nils Gustafsson and his team of designers. This group of sharp thinkers wants to make taking snaps with your phone feel more like the real deal. The ergonomic grip fits on most smartphones (even with a case) so you can hold on—and frame up shots—better and to help eliminate awkward finagling or potential fumbles. You can also set it up on a tripod if you want to take videos and avoid shakiness. Want to get everyone in the frame? Capture big group shots and landscapes from up to 30 feet away with the removable Bluetooth remote shutter. With this tool, selfies, travel pics, and any other shots you take are firmly in hand.
ShutterGrip
Crowdfunded

Quick Questions

Is ShutterGrip compatible with a smartphone in a case?

Yes. When fully expanded the grip measures:
Bracket width (max): 3.4"/ 85 mm
Bracket depth (max): 0.6"/ 12.7 mm
If your smartphone (with the case on) is within these dimensions, it will fit nicely.

How do I turn ShutterGrip off?

ShutterGrip automatically turns itself off after three minutes of idling, so there is no on/off switch to worry about. After it is turned off, a press of the button will wake up ShutterGrip and it will attempt to connect to your paired smartphone again automatically.

What kind of battery does ShutterGrip use? How do I replace it? How long will the battery last?

ShutterGrip uses CR2032 disc battery that is readily available in supermarkets and stores. To replace the battery, remove the Bluetooth shutter remote. Press and slide down on the battery cover. Remove and replace the battery inside.

A new battery will last up to 180 days, based on 500 presses per day. Battery life will be longer or shorter depending on varying user habit and usage circumstances.

How do I know if my smartphone has compatible support?

If you own an iPhone, you must be running iOS 9 or later. If you own an Android, you must be running 5.0 or later. Your smartphone must support Bluetooth v.4.0 (or higher) and already use volume key(s) as shutter key in camera mode. If pressing your volume key doesn't take a shot in the camera mode, look in the phone settings for ways to turn this function on.

Learn more about the product

Bluetooth Remote Shutter see details

ShutterGrip

Bluetooth Remote Shutter

Camera Feel

Just Mobile’s ShutterGrip Bluetooth Remote Shutter and Camera Grip comes from the creative minds of co-founder Nils Gustafsson and his team of designers. This group of sharp thinkers wants to make taking snaps with your phone feel more like the real deal.

The ergonomic grip fits on most smartphones (even with a case) so you can
hold on—and frame up shots—better and to help eliminate awkward finagling or potential fumbles. You can also set it up on a tripod if you want to take videos and avoid shakiness. Want to get everyone in the frame? Capture big group shots and landscapes from up to 30 feet away with the removable Bluetooth remote shutter. With this tool, selfies, travel pics, and any other shots you take are firmly in hand. Read More Read Less
 

Quick Questions

Is ShutterGrip compatible with a smartphone in a case?

Yes. When fully expanded the grip measures:
Bracket width (max): 3.4"/ 85 mm
Bracket depth (max): 0.6"/ 12.7 mm
If your smartphone (with the case on) is within these dimensions, it will fit nicely.

How do I turn ShutterGrip off?

ShutterGrip automatically turns itself off after three minutes of idling, so there is no on/off switch to worry about. After it is turned off, a press of the button will wake up ShutterGrip and it will attempt to connect to your paired smartphone again automatically.

What kind of battery does ShutterGrip use? How do I replace it? How long will the battery last?

ShutterGrip uses CR2032 disc battery that is readily available in supermarkets and stores. To replace the battery, remove the Bluetooth shutter remote. Press and slide down on the battery cover. Remove and replace the battery inside.

A new battery will last up to 180 days, based on 500 presses per day. Battery life will be longer or shorter depending on varying user habit and usage circumstances.

How do I know if my smartphone has compatible support?

If you own an iPhone, you must be running iOS 9 or later. If you own an Android, you must be running 5.0 or later. Your smartphone must support Bluetooth v.4.0 (or higher) and already use volume key(s) as shutter key in camera mode. If pressing your volume key doesn't take a shot in the camera mode, look in the phone settings for ways to turn this function on.

Learn more about the product

Bluetooth Remote Shutter see details