Belkin has unveiled a couple new accessories and a new app that goes along with the iPhone and iPod touch devices. The new accessories are for the iPhone camera and allow the user to get a better grip and activate the shutter remotely on the camera. The first of the accessories is the LiveAction Camera Grip. This grip plugs into the charge port on the iPhone or touch.
Once connected it works with the free LiveAction app and allows the user to take photos and shot video with an external shutter button. The grip has modes for video and photo shooting and will work with most cases. It sells for $49.99. The other device is the LiveAction Camera Remote.
This accessory works with the LiveAction App as well. It connects via Bluetooth and has shutter buttons for the camera and the camcorder. The remote has a 30-foot range and will activate your camera from a distance for group shots and more. It also has a teachable camera stand to hold the phone up. It also sells for $49.99.
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