Our Top 5 Favorite Stocking Stuffers

Our Top 5 Favorite Stocking Stuffers

We’ve got you covered with our selection of holiday gifts we love and use everyday!  You’ll love and use them all year long!

1. SanDisk 1TB Extreme Portable USB 3.1 Type-C External SSD $229.99

We love this power packed little drive! It's the perfect gift for the photographer on the go. Designed for saving and editing high-resolution photos and videos, the 1TB Extreme Portable USB 3.1 Type-C External SSD from SanDisk provides users with up to 1TB of storage for their creative content work, as well as a 10 Gb/s USB 3.1. It's small and mighty!


2. Multi-Pod 3x4 Mobile Tripod Kit $39.95

We love the Slik multi-pod mobile tripod kit. It’s perfect for capturing time-lapses, long-exposures and behind-the-scenes footage with your phone.  It has a ball head, extension pole, hot shoe adapter, GoPro mount and mesh pouch. It’s the perfect gift for yourself of the photographer in your life. And, it comes in a perfect gift giving bag. Win, Win!

3. THE LEASH by Peak Design $39.95

Like bags, straps are a very personal buying decision. We have a love/hate relationship with straps. Straps are great for carrying, but horrible for shooting and the process of removing and reattaching the strap is agonizingly tedious especially in the field. Peak has addressed all of those concerns with The Leash. The perfect stocking stuffer!

4.  Lume Cube AIR -Two Pack LED Light for Photo & Video, Magnetic, Waterproof $134.95

We love the power and versatility of these tiny LED cubes. The Lume Cube AIR is the smallest, lightest, most compact professional lighting solution on the market. Combining a portable & waterproof design, versatile mounting options (magnetic & tripod), the freedom of wireless control, and a range of diffusors inside the box, it’s a must-have for anyone looking to create better Photos & Videos.

5. Hoya SOLAS 10-STOP IRND Filters $48.90-$151.90

The 10-stop Neutral Density filters have become an almost must have filter in most photographers’ camera bags. They allow you to achieve long exposures in the brightest light so you can capture silky smooth-running water and streaking clouds. The big drawback to most ND filters is their inability to control Infrared (IR) contamination. If you like to shoot long exposures and lament the idea of spending extra time in Lightroom or Photoshop correcting color shifts then do yourself a favor and check out this filter series.