Muku Shuttr remote smartphone camera shutter kills it at Kickstarter

Muku Shuttr remote smartphone camera shutter kills it at Kickstarter

If you’re looking for a remote camera shutter for your smartphone, you may want to check out this project currently raising funds at Kickstarter. Called Muku Shuttr, it’s a small device with a button and keychain hole that will work with all iOS-based devices as well as select Android smartphones and tablets, including the Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note II, Galaxy Note 8.0, Galaxy Note 10.1; as well as Nexus 4, HTC One, One X+; and the Sony Xperia S and Xperia Z. For some reason other Android phones are not supported which is kinda strange to say the least — cause if Nexus 4 can be used with this device so should every other AOSP phone out there.

Anyway, in order to get your unit, you’ll have to pledge at least $29 and that money gets you the Muku Shuttr and a suction cup kickstand. The first shipments will commence at some point in October, in case you wonder.

The project has managed to hit its $10,000 goal in under a week and there’s still some 3 weeks to go. Check it out from this page at Kickstarter

  • http://www.dotekomanie.cz/ P?emysl Vaculík

    $100 000 ?

    • Dusan Belic

      That’s how much they needed to raise. The device is selling for $29.

      • Guest

        No, this is wrong. The site Kickstarter shown $ 10,000.

        • Dusan Belic

          My bad. Fixed it. :)

  • Miguel Almeida

    I have 2 htc phones htc one and oneX
    I can do this with any Bluetooth headset.
    You just have to get them paired and then press 2 times the headset power button.
    My headset is a Motorola and I know sometimes will be different from other devices, you have to try other combination like a press and then hold or hold and press.
    For my htc one and a Motorola headset 2 quick press and it will take a photo.

    I don’t know why htc doesn’t tell about this great widget, but is really hide in some htc devices.

  • PeterSteinbeck

    Neat device. Love it.

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