\nYou are probably familiar with the phenomenon: setting up the self-timer and then quickly running to the group to get in the shot in time. With a Bluetooth remote shutter, you can easily take pictures from a distance. But how do you set it up and use it correctly? Read along to learn all about using a Bluetooth remote shutter. Don't feel like reading? Check out our video, our specialist will explain it all\n\nWhen do you use a Bluetooth remote shutter?\nMOJOGEAR Bluetooth remote shutters\nHow do I connect a Bluetooth remote shutter to my smartphone or tablet?\nHow do I properly set my camera settings to use the Bluetooth remote shutter?\n\nWhat do you use a Bluetooth remote shutter for?\nA Bluetooth remote shutter is convenient in various situations. You can use it for taking group photos for example or when you are using a selfie stick. With a Bluetooth remote control, you don't have to awkwardly reach for your phone to turn on the self-timer or start your recording when using a selfie stick. In addition, it is also perfect when you are creating content all by yourself. Set up your phone on a tripod, connect the remote shutter and you're ready to shoot the coolest photos or videos without needing someone else's help. Lastly, a Bluetooth shutter prevents motion blur when you are taking pictures as you no longer have to touch your phone.\n\nBluetooth remote shutters from MOJOGEAR\nBluetooth remote shutters come in different shapes and sizes.\u0026nbsp;Check the remote shutters from the MOJOGEAR assortment.\nHow do I connect a Bluetooth remote shutter to my smartphone or tablet?\nTo connect a Bluetooth remote control to your phone, first turn on the remote control. The remote shutter works on a (supplied) battery. Turn on the Bluetooth on your phone to make a (one-off) connection via Bluetooth on your phone to the shutter (for example 'AB Shutter3') in your device list. Now the remote is connected to your phone. Open your phone's camera app and as soon as you press the button on the remote, your phone will take a photo or start recording video.\nHow do I properly set my camera settings to use the Bluetooth remote shutter?\nIt is important that the settings of your camera app on your smartphone are correct. With an Android smartphone or tablet, it is often necessary to adjust this to ensure the Bluetooth remote shutter works properly.\nIf the volume changes as soon as you press the remote shutter, you should change something in your camera setting. You can go to the settings in your camera app and choose to operate the camera with the remote control instead of the volume.\nVideo\n\nQuestions?\nHopefully this article has given you more clarity about using a Bluetooth remote shutter. Do you have any further questions? Contact us or leave a comment below this post. We are happy to help you!