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The Best Gifts to Give Photography Enthusiasts

One sure thing is that lovers of photography love a quality camera. Additionally, they also like accessories and add-ons that aid in taking better pictures, taking pictures at a higher speed, edit, and perhaps share them instantly for the world to see. While a photo communicates a thousand words, a useful gift for the photographer is priceless especially if it means taking a fantastic shot.

 

The best gifts include:

 

The Gnarbox

 

It is a portable and rugged backup solution for photographers. It comes with an in-built WI-FI connectivity. With the box, you can transfer pictures at a high-speed. Gnarbox enables you to organize your photos as you edit. Additionally, you can convert and share your media from any location.

 

DJI Mavic Pro Platinum

 

It’s probably the best-balanced drone regarding usability, photography, quality, and cost. It comes with a longer lasting battery pack. This type of gift will open up a whole new dimension of photography.

 

DSPTCH Camera Wrist Strap

 

It’s a camera strap that works best with compact cameras. Gift your friend with one of this, and they will have you to thank.

 

Spider Light Camera Holster

 

It’s a back saver as it takes some of your weight from the bag pack and puts it on your hip. It works with existing belts and works with lighter DSLRs.

 

Canon Selphy CP 1300 Wireless Printer

 

The portable photo printer supports ‘4 by 6’ prints. It has an excellent impression, and its portability enables you to carry it during travels. If your friend has a family, this is the best gift.

 

SD Card

 

It doesn’t matter how many memory cards a photographer has, more cards/memory is always better. SanDisk is an excellent model to get. The choice of capacity depends on you.

 

Google Pixel 2

 

Google Pixel is definitely for the special ones. It goes for $649 and comes with the best mobile camera.

 

Chromecast Ultra

 

Chrome Ultra enables you and your friends to share photos in a group setting with the aid of a TV. It’s today’s equivalent of a slide projector.