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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Simon_Gardner, Jan 6, 2015.

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    I am trying this bluetooth remote release for the Note 3 camera. It so far works with the stock camera app but (at least so far) not my usual A Better Camera app. The first downside I've found is there is no 'off' switch which may or may not present problems - apart from the obvious battery usage. And there may or may not be problems when using other bluetooth devices. Cell is a CR1632.

    Oh - and it also comes in black.


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    From the company website:

    “Q-PiC is a small, lightweight remote camera shooter... Using a standard long-life coin battery, it connects with your phone via Bluetooth.

    “Features

    “Lightweight and compact: 22x49.5mm and just 29g
    Perfect for blur-free selfies and group shots
    Remote works from up to 30m of phone in open space
    Battery, silicone band and case included
    Works for photos, video and continuous shooting
    CE, ROHS and FCC certified
    Compatibility

    ...Smartphones running Android 4.3 or higher

    “No apps required

    “You can pair your Android device with your Q-PIC if it is running Android version 4.3 or later. If your Android Smartphone (4.3 or later) uses the ‘enter’ key to take photos the Q-PIC will be compatible.”


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