Mini HDMI Cable
$1.92 – Most cameras come with a connection to HDMI cables, which allows photographers to plug it into their HDTV and start up that slideshow no one wants to see.
Lenmar Universal Battery Charger
$6.99 – Does your photographer suffer from memory loss? Get them this universal battery charger which just might save them from a humiliating experience.
$14.95 – Dirty Lens? Well the LensPen can remove dirt and finger prints, and will work better than your wet napkins.
Gary Fong Puffer – Pop Up Flash Diffuser
$21.95 – As most photographers know, having direct flash always makes the image look too harsh. With this diffuser you’ll be able to soften the light for a more natural look.
$24.95 – Photographers in a tight spot will find a new friend in the Gorilla Magnetic. Just find a magnetic surface, attach this tripod, and say good bye to motion blur.
Aquapac Waterproof Camera Case
$40 – If you want to shoot underwater or just want to keep your compact camera dry then get the Aquapac. The Aquapac looks ugly but it’s very functional
Black Rapid RS-4
$53.95 – Carrying a camera around the neck can strain it over time. A better way to do it is by using the Black Rapid which slings the camera around your shoulders and hangs it near your hips.
$59 – If you’ve ever used the Spyder to Callibrate your computer monitor, the LensCal helps to do the same thing for the cameras. It will calibrate your autofocus system so that you will get the sharpest images possible
Eye-Fi Geo X2
$69 – Any camera with a SDHC memory card will be able to upload images they capture via wi-fi automatically. This means you will never run out of space again.
Color Checker Passport
$99 - A great way to get correct color balance every time is by using the Color Checker Passport. Just simply take a photo with the color checker in the frame, then use a photo editing software to correct the scene to the appropriate white balance.
Pantone Huey Pro
$99 – Another device that ensures the most accurate colors in your photo. It’s a computer monitor calibrator that measures the ambient light and adjusts your monitor based on it’s calculations
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