I have been a serious amateur photographer for many years. I had a home darkroom in the days of film and slides, and have hundreds of hand made prints around the house and office. I still have my darkroom equipment set up in my home office, even though it hasn't been used in a long time. I even have many SLRs around, although I have graduated to a digital camera that I take when I travel or do nature or zoo photography. However, most days, I am stuck with the camera in my pocket, which we all have and use, in our smartphones. These cameras have been greatly improved, and take quality photographs. The ergonomics, however, are a far cry from the easy to hold, and shoot, of a true SLR camera. So, I was intrigued by this bluetooth remote shutter that creates a comfortable holder for smartphones. The index finger easily presses the shutter button, permitting horizontal and vertical shots with ease. The shutter even removes, for true remote use on a tripod. So, use the camera you have; but, use it in comfort. Remember, the true camera is the one between your ears, and looks at the world through your eyes.