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Snap winning pics with these gadgets

Devin Hance
Tech Yeah! Photo taking gadgets

The future of mobile photography is underway and there are numerous ways to be able to capture and share your favorite memories.

Here are two standouts recommended by Andrea Smith, executive producer of Living in Digital Times.


Galileo is an iOs-controlled, robotic motion platform that can be used by iPhone or iTouch users who are looking for an improved experience with photography, cinematography, social networking and video chatting. For a hefty $149, Galileo gives numerous possibilities of remote-controlled motion. Some examples of what a consumer might use this gadget for may include time-lapse photography and remote learning.

Folks looking for a cheaper device that still gives them good positions and angles with their device might want to consider a basic cellphone stand like the Sinjimoru stand that goes for about $20 on Amazon or the PED4 Coil CH50, a flexible iPhone stand that ranges between $30 and $40.

The newly released OlloClip is a device that fits right over an iPad and provides four lenses, allowing numerous options for picture taking. The OlloClip 4-in-1 lens is great for more creative shots like macro zooms, fisheye and wide angles with the camera that you already have, Smith said.

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OlloClip retails for $69.99. A more affordable option for consumers who don't mind having multiple lenses can be a 3-in-1 kit for iPads available on Amazon. A 3-in-1 kit comes with fisheye lens, wide-angle lens and a macro lens for a price of about $7.

—By CNBC's Devin Hance