The Lomography Fisheye 2 is an awesome and affordable 35mm camera for taking artistic fisheye photos. With a field of view of 180°, it’s easier than ever to capture your target within the circular frame. Its aperture is fixed at f/8 in order to give you a true fisheye experience. This is a great camera for a photography amataeur or for someone who doesn’t want to invest in a DSLR camera and a fisheye lens.
Read This If You Want to Take Great Photographs is probably the best comprehensive beginner's guide to photography. Written in a straightforward non-techie language, it’s one of the rare photography tutorials that won’t leave you questioning terms like “chromatic aberration”. Anyone who feels as though they’re not using their DSLR camera to its maximum potential should take the time to read this book.
Asides from being a tad invasive, this sneaky little rechargeable hidden camera spy pen will discretely capture both HD video, HD photo, and audio without raising any eyebrows. It comes equipped with 8 gigs of capacity (up to 2 hours of creeping) but anyone with serious plans of espionage can purchase a memory card with up to 32 gigs. On a side note, it’s also a decent quality pen.
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.
As millennials, we’re naturally inclined to film our every move, regardless of whether anyone actually cares. With road trip season underway, this mini dash cam will ensure that you never miss a scenic moment en route. Easily add it to your car’s front dashboard, install the iOS or Android app and you’re all set. It even comes with crash detection, so it’ll start recording automatically when it detects a potential threat.