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The Nintendo Switch Joy-Con may just be a better Bluetooth camera shutter than game controller

The Nintendo Switch Joy-Con may just be a better Bluetooth camera shutter than game controller

Taking a group shot on your phone is more challenging than it has to be. Sure, you can set up a timer to go off after a few seconds, but there's no guarantee you'll be smiling with the shutter finally clicks. Remote shutters can make things a lot easier, but who wants to pay extra cash just for the occasional opportunity to capture a family portrait? If you're the owner of a Nintendo Switch, you're in luck. Just grab a Joy-Con the next time you need to take a photo remotely.

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Chainfire Updates DSLR Controller With Interactive Timelapse, Remote Shutter For Android Wear, And Several Improvements For KitKat

Chainfire Updates DSLR Controller With Interactive Timelapse, Remote Shutter For Android Wear, And Several Improvements For KitKat

Yesterday, Google's Camera app was updated to add a pretty handy remote shutter feature that can be used on a paired Android Wear wristwatch. But what if you're packing some serious camera equipment –let's say, something in the Canon EOS family– and you'd like to appear in some of your own shots from time to time? Chainfire has you covered with the latest update to his incredibly powerful DSLR Controller. Not only does the new version offer a remote shutter button on Android Wear, but it's also sporting some big improvements to the Timelapse feature, new white icons and faster wi-fi transfer speeds on KitKat, and fixes for the way SD cards are handled on KitKat and above.

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