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5 of the Best Gift ideas for Photographers

5 of the Best Gift ideas for Photographers

This list of practical gifts for photographers alleviate the agonizing stress of choosing the perfect gift. Regardless of what camera he or she uses, any of these gifts are sure to excite the photographer in your life.


Transporting an expensive DSLR is a nerve-wracking experience for any photographer. The Deco backpack gives photographers a safe and reliable way to carry a DSLR. The backpack uses rugged nylon material to ensure it protects gear from bumps and drops. The backpack also has plenty of extra pockets for accessories like lenses and filters.

Portable Printer
The Canon SELPHY Square QX10 Compact Photo Printer from is the perfect gift for the photographer on your list. It’s small enough to fit in a pocket so it can be taken just about anywhere! Your photographer friend can print peel-and-stick 2" x 3" photos from his or her smartphone or favorite social media platform to share with friends and family. Photos can even be customized before printed by adding frames, emojis, stickers, filters, text, tile print, collage print and more!

Selfie Remote Shutter
Being a photographer means leaving yourself out of group shots. With the Polaroid Remote Shutter for the photographer on your list can once again take center stage in photos. The remote is compatible with numerous Canon cameras.


Light up Macro Shots
If you have a photographer on your list that is into taking macro shots, this Macro Ring will make the perfect gift! The most advanced macro flash Canon has ever produced is ideal for EOS quality close-up photography when used with one of Canon's EF Macro lenses. They’ll open this gift just in time to catch some macro shots of the first snowflakes of the year!

For the Vlogger on Your List
The new Sony ZV-1 Compact Digital Vlogging 4K Camera  from is just the thing to take Vloggers and Instagrammers up a notch! This compact gimbal-stabilized camera is the perfect tool for YouTubers and travel vloggers. On the handle, there’s a touchscreen that shows a live feed from the camera and controls the camera. Below that are a recording/shutter button and a function button. There is the new DJI Mimo app, which it connects to via Bluetooth. This promises to bring some familiar features, like ActiveTrack (for automatically following subjects) and Timelapse, plus some new ones like Story Mode. You’re sure to find something on this list for every type of photographer. You may even put a few things on your own wish list!
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