Remote control SLR? There's an app for that

Today we’re liking the BlueSLR gadget, a Bluetooth dongle that lets you control your Nikon SLR from your iPhone, and adds a few other features which justify its $150 price tag.

All you need to do is connect blueSLR to your compatible digital SLR camera and use your phone to adjust your camera’s focus, shutter speed or timer.

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The small device also gives you GPS, so you can position your images on a map. I encodes the location, time, speed, and direction right in the file.

You also get geo-tagged image sharing via services such as Flickr or iPhoto: Places.

Nikon and iOS-only at present, support for Canon, Android and Blackberry devices is in development, the company said.

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