ioShutter SLR Shutter Release Cable for Canon

ioShutter SLR Shutter Release Cable for Canon

Product Information

  • Overview

    ioShutter is SLR camera control from your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. With ioShutter you’ll never hide behind your camera again. Great for shooting groups, portraits and family photos, just put your camera on a tripod and you can chat, direct and interact with the people you're shooting. Download the app and start using advanced photography techniques. Stunning photos of the night sky are easy with the long exposure ‘bulb’ setting.

    The free app makes portrait, long exposure, timelapse, timed, sound and shake-activated photography easy.

    Want a timelapse sequence of your kids building sandcastles? The ‘timelapse’ mode is perfect. You can also set your camera to shoot when you clap and shout with the ClapToSnap feature.

    The free ioShutter app can be upgraded to the pro app for full programmability of every extra feature.

  • Highlights

    • Control your SLR with your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
    • Shutter release system compatible with Canon SLR cameras
    • Accomplish advanced photography effects easily
    • Great for portraits - no more hiding behind your camera
    • Runs on your iPod touch and full screen on your iPad
  • Did you notice?

    Set your camera up on a tripod and then get the whole family involved, as you clap or shout to take a shot.
  • Apple Recommends For

    Taking your photography to the next level with advanced features such as timelapse and long exposure.
  • What's in the Box?

    • ioShutter SLR Shutter Release Cable
    • ioShutter tip for Canon N3 connector
    • ioShutter tip for Canon 2.5 mm minijack connector
    • ioShutter drawstring bag
  • Tech Specs

    • Length: 90 cm
  • Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    • Mfr. Part Number: ENL-SHT1-CAN
    • UPC or EAN No.: 9421902695032

    Warranty

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    Manufacturer Note

    • Pro compatibility: Canon 5D Mark III, 5D Mark II, 5D, 7D, EOS 1D X, 1D C, 1D Mark IV, 1Ds Mark III, 1Ds Mark II, 1Ds, 1D Mark III, 1D Mark II, 1D Mark IIn, 1D, EOS 10D, 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, EOS D60 (from 2002) EOS D30 (from 2000), EOS 3 and EOS 1V, Hasselblad H1, H2, H3, H4, Contax 645 (dependent on your back) Amateur compatibility: Canon G1X, G10, G11, G12, G15, 6D, 60D, 1000D, 1100D, 650D, 600D, 100D, 550D, 500D, 450D, 400D, 350D, 300D, EOS Digital Rebel series, Kiss F, X6i, X5, X4, X3, X50, XS, Elan II/ IIE, Elan 7/7E, Rebel Ti, T1i, T2i, T3i, T4i, Pentax K30, K20D, K10D, K5, K7, Super, K100D*, D110D, *ist Ds2, +ist D, +ist Ds, *ist, *ist DL, Samsung GX-20, GX-10*, GX-1L, GX-1S

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Ratings & Reviews

Rating Breakdown (2.5 average)
Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
  • Not what I had hoped

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Firstly this is not what it seems, it is a DIRECT connection between your camera and iOS device. Yes it says it connects between t Firstly this is not what it seems, it is a DIRECT connection between your camera and iOS device. Yes it says it connects between the two but when the Highlights state "Great for portraits - no more hiding behind your camera" I assumed that meant being in the shot, controlling the camera wirelessly. Not so, and the cable is woefully short so you can't be in the shot unless you want a REAL close up! There are other features that would bypass this shortcoming such as making a noise to activate the shutter, or motion detection. But camera and iDevice still have to be directly connected, and I didn't much fancy leaving my iPhone dangling from the camera on a tripod.... really, who would? Timer options are 20 or 60 second countdowns which are too long in my opinion. My SLR's own ones are far more flexible. The accompanying ioShutter app is free, unless you want the ability to program your ioShutter device, but that 'Pro' feature costs 7 pounds! I think that's a rip off considering the price of the thing in the first place, it should be included!
    Unless you take a lot of night photography and want to eliminate camera shake in those shots I can't see how this is a useful addition to anyone's kit.

    • Written by from London

    25 of 35 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Not what I had hoped
  • Brilliant Bit of Kit!

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great addition to my DSLR toolkit. It’s brilliant for making time-lapse sequences – you can totally program when you want it to st Great addition to my DSLR toolkit. It’s brilliant for making time-lapse sequences – you can totally program when you want it to start, how long your camera shoots for and how often the shutter fires.
    I’m not sure why Darren T had an issue with getting out from behind the camera for self-portraits. The 20-second timer is perfect for taking photos with my kids. I have loads of time to set them up, get fingers out of noses and what not, and get myself in place too. It’s also really good if you want to do something more adventurous for a self-portrait that takes a bit of time, like climb a tree!
    If you want to trigger the camera remotely, I use the Sound mode with a delay – once I’m in shot I clap or shout, firing the shutter, and bingo – self portrait. It’s actually good fun. The Sound trigger works well for groups too – people love yelling to get the camera to go off.

    • Written by from Sydenham

    14 of 16 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Brilliant Bit of Kit!
  • Greedy

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Only really useful if you download the PRO software.. which is £7. Not a massive expense but considering the price tag of this thi Only really useful if you download the PRO software.. which is £7. Not a massive expense but considering the price tag of this thing - and that both hardware and software are near useless without each other - any price is ridiculous. I have returned my ioShutter. Developers please take note.

    • Written by from Liverpool

    7 of 8 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Greedy
  • Greedy

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Only really useful if you download the PRO software.. which is £7. Not a massive expense but considering the price tag of this thi Only really useful if you download the PRO software.. which is £7. Not a massive expense but considering the price tag of this thing - and that both hardware and software are near useless without each other - any price is ridiculous. I have returned my ioShutter. Developers please take note.

    • Written by from Liverpool

    7 of 8 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Greedy
  • Brilliant Bit of Kit!

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great addition to my DSLR toolkit. It’s brilliant for making time-lapse sequences – you can totally program when you want it to st Great addition to my DSLR toolkit. It’s brilliant for making time-lapse sequences – you can totally program when you want it to start, how long your camera shoots for and how often the shutter fires.
    I’m not sure why Darren T had an issue with getting out from behind the camera for self-portraits. The 20-second timer is perfect for taking photos with my kids. I have loads of time to set them up, get fingers out of noses and what not, and get myself in place too. It’s also really good if you want to do something more adventurous for a self-portrait that takes a bit of time, like climb a tree!
    If you want to trigger the camera remotely, I use the Sound mode with a delay – once I’m in shot I clap or shout, firing the shutter, and bingo – self portrait. It’s actually good fun. The Sound trigger works well for groups too – people love yelling to get the camera to go off.

    • Written by from Sydenham

    14 of 16 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Brilliant Bit of Kit!
  • Not what I had hoped

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Firstly this is not what it seems, it is a DIRECT connection between your camera and iOS device. Yes it says it connects between t Firstly this is not what it seems, it is a DIRECT connection between your camera and iOS device. Yes it says it connects between the two but when the Highlights state "Great for portraits - no more hiding behind your camera" I assumed that meant being in the shot, controlling the camera wirelessly. Not so, and the cable is woefully short so you can't be in the shot unless you want a REAL close up! There are other features that would bypass this shortcoming such as making a noise to activate the shutter, or motion detection. But camera and iDevice still have to be directly connected, and I didn't much fancy leaving my iPhone dangling from the camera on a tripod.... really, who would? Timer options are 20 or 60 second countdowns which are too long in my opinion. My SLR's own ones are far more flexible. The accompanying ioShutter app is free, unless you want the ability to program your ioShutter device, but that 'Pro' feature costs 7 pounds! I think that's a rip off considering the price of the thing in the first place, it should be included!
    Unless you take a lot of night photography and want to eliminate camera shake in those shots I can't see how this is a useful addition to anyone's kit.

    • Written by from London

    25 of 35 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Not what I had hoped