Bird Photo Booth
- Take natural photos of your backyard birds
- Functions as a lovely bird feeder when not in use
- Fits all iPhones, GoPro cameras, and 4th and 5th generation iPod touch
We were trying to identify what was weird about these pictures of birds. Here it is: they're straight on. Frequently when you see pictures of birds, they're giving you the side-eye like a prey animal, wondering if your camera is going to eat them. But with the Bird Photo Booth, they're not freaked out. They're just eating lunch, so you get to see the casual side of a wild animal without investing in a huge telephoto lens.
Although it sounds like something you'd find at a wedding, the Bird Photo Booth is designed to allow you to take remote photos of birds easily using your iPhone or GoPro camera. Using WiFi or Bluetooth to link the camera in the feeder outside up with a device inside the house, you snap the photos yourself. The setup comes with a macro and polarizing lens to improve your digital camera's out-of-the box functionality.
And if you're really bored, you can FaceTime with the birds, too. Maybe to tell that bully blue jay to scram and let the little birds have a turn, too.
- Photo set up that allows you easily to take gorgeous photos of birds
- Comes with metal shelf rod and food dish, macro and polarizing lens, plus additional stainless steel rod for hanging alternate feeders (like a hummingbird one)
- Fits all iPhones, GoPro cameras, and 4th and 5th generation iPod touch (would theoretically work with Android devices, but the foam insert isn't made for them)
- Designed to withstand adverse weather conditions (okay in rain, but do not submerge)
- Talk to the birds using FaceTime
- Materials: Sustainably-harvested white oak hardwood and aircraft-grade aluminum, stainless steel rods
- Dimensions: 10" high x 6" wide x 3" deep
- Weight: 3 lbs.
- Make sure you turn off the device's auto-lock functionality.
- Extended photo sessions will drain your battery.
- Not using your older model iPhone? Set it up as your permanent camera.