The Selfie Stick

The Selfie Stick

The Selfie stick is a terrific invention that allows you to take your own picture at a distance that is longer than your arm. With the advancement of technology, there have been a number of devices invented to aid in taking one’s own picture (a selfie). There are a wide range of selfie sticks available online and through traditional markets and you can purchase the one that suits your budget.

The Selfie stick comes in two styles: wireless and wired. They are constructed of stainless steel. They are collapsible to fit most handbags and extend to two feet. They have a universal camera mount that is compatible for iPhones, Androids, and Apple. Both the wireless and wired models allow for remote controlled shutters and the wireless has a built-in Bluetooth.

  • The selfie stick lets you take your own picture without bothering someone to take it for you. You can do it easily by attaching your phone to the telescoping the selfie stick.
  • You can take a picture of a group of people.
  • You can reduce shakiness of the picture which causes blurriness
  • You can connect the selfie stick to your phone with the help of Bluetooth or laser depending on the requirement of the selfie stick.  
  • The selfie stick has a good grip to hold your phone. So you don’t have to worry about dropping your smart phone. It is held securely.




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