The small Lomography Diana Mini Flash Camera uses retro 35mm films and shoot 36 square shots or half-frame photos. This might not be digital but you surely will love the way your picture will come out. This little camera is pretty unique and the pictures you’ll get will be pure win.
Aspiring food bloggers rejoice, Foldio’s portable smartphone lightbox will have you taking succulent photos of your meals with nothing but your phone’s camera. It’s perfect for taking professional photos of small items (or pets) without getting your panties in a twist because of your horrible indoor lighting situation. Of course, it can also be used with a DSLR, since it’s essentially just a mini lightbox.
Slightly concerning from a privacy perspective, this Holy Stone quadcopter drone comes with a built-in HD camera and weighs just under 2 pounds. It’s affordable and durable, but not the fastest on the market, making it a great drone for beginners to learn from their mistakes on.
The Polaroid Snap camera is a modern 10-megapixel version of the classic polaroid camera we all love. Since it’s tiny and oh-so light, it’s the perfect instant camera to carry around at festivals and parties. While the photos print instantly, in color, on 2x3 inch sheets of ZINK paper, they’re also saved on an SD card to satisfy all your digital needs.
Capture the smoothest videos ever with your DSLR camera using the CineSkates Camera Dolly Wheels. Attach them to your Gorillapod Focus Camera Tripod and you’ll have one of the best and lightest portable camera dollies on the market. Since CineSkate’s wheels are easily removable, you can shift seamlessly from tripod to slider in just a few seconds, making it an awesome accessory for capturing amazing photos and videos.