ioShutterSLR Controller for Nikon Cameras

ioShutterSLR Controller for Nikon Cameras

Product Information

  • Overview

    ioShutterSLR is the perfect way to control your DSLR. Simply connect your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad to your camera with your ioShutterSLR cable. Then use your ioShutter app to control the shutter of your camera and prevent camera shake, make timelapse sequences, shoot amazing long exposures of the night sky, and much more.

    Single and continuous shots

    Control your SLR using the intuitive ioShutter interface to shoot single snapshot photos in your SLR's single-shot mode, or hold the ioShutterSLR button down to unleash your creativity in your camera's continuous and bulb modes.

    Timer, Bulb, and Timelapse

    The ioShutter apps include a functions drawer for even more control. Use the Timer to get yourself into the picture or schedule your SLR to shoot at another time of day or night. Activate Bulb mode to shoot long exposures for fantastic night photography, dreamy water effects, and movement blur. Set Timelapse to quickly and easily shoot hands-free timelapse sequences, ready to become a timelapse movie.

    ClapToSnap and ShakeToTake

    ClapToSnap uses the microphone in your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad to trigger your SLR camera. Clap, laugh, or let your barking dog fire your camera. ShakeToTake activates the motion sensors in your Apple device to get your shot.

    Upgradeable control

    Upgrade to the ioShutter PRO app to make ioShutterSLR fully programmable. Schedule your SLR to fire using your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad's calendar, run a timelapse for days, or shoot a long exposure for as long as you like. With ioShutter PRO you can even set the sound level in Sound mode and movement sensitivity and direction in Shake.


    Almost every mode can work with the others in series. ClapToSnap can trigger a Timer countdown. The Timer can trigger a long Bulb exposure. You can even use ShakeToTake to start a timelapse.

  • Highlights

    • Control your SLR with your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
    • Shutter release system compatible with Nikon 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?

    Shoot creative photos and timelapse sequences with ioShutterSLR then edit them in iPhoto and Aperture, make timelapse films in iMovie, and share it all with Photo Stream.
  • Apple Recommends For

    Control your DSLR camera with ease from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
  • What's in the Box?

    • ioShutterSLR cable
    • ioShutter Nikon 10-pin tip
    • ioShutter Nikon DC2 tip
    • ioShutter drawstring bag
  • Tech Specs

    • Length: 90 cm
  • Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    • Mfr. Part Number: ENL-SHT1-NIK
    • UPC or EAN No.: 9421902695025


    • Note: Apple's One-Year Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Non-Apple-branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer's warranty provided by the product manufacturer — please see your product box and literature for details. Benefits under the manufacturer's warranty are in addition to rights provided by consumer law. For details, click here.
    • Warranty: One year

    Manufacturer Note

    • Compatible with current Nikon digital SLRs including the D90, D300, D600, D700, D800 and D4 (not compatible with the discontinued D70, D70S and D80)


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iPhone models

  • iPhone

  • iPhone 3G

  • iPhone 3Gs

  • iPhone 4

  • iPhone 4s

  • iPhone 5

iPad models

  • iPad (1st generation)

  • iPad 2 (2nd generation)

  • iPad (3rd generation)

iPod models

Ratings & Reviews

Rating Breakdown (3.0 average)
Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
  • It's just a remote shutter release with a cable....

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    It actually works well, allowing you to time how long the shutter stays open on long exposures when using a tripod, for example. It actually works well, allowing you to time how long the shutter stays open on long exposures when using a tripod, for example. The interval setting is interesting but ties up an iOS device with all the device sleep and power requirements that may incur.
    The app itself at basic level is straightforward to use but gets a little confusing and less intuitive using the extra "pro" functions. The lite version is free but the "pro" costs another £6.99. At this price I would expect the pro functions in with overall cost - this unit is not cheap.
    The cable supplied is not really long enough but you could buy an extension I guess. The app needs you to plug into the headphone socket of your iOS device, the plug supplied fouled on my iPhone case - it's too bulky. When you have it plugged in it nags you to set the volume to max or it won't work properly, so be careful next time you use headphones!
    Don't be expecting to see any sort of picture from your DSLR on your iOS device, it's just a shutter release trigger - no image transfer.
    I would like this better if it was wireless in some way - maybe one could use it via AirPlay or Bluetooth if you were an enterprising type!

    • Written by from Glossop

    11 of 13 people found this useful

    Was this useful? It's just a remote shutter release with a cable....

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