Nothing beats a Holga for getting started in lo-fi, medium format photography. The photos have a very distinctive look and feel courtesy of the Holga’s plastic lens – owning a Holga is a must for every photographer!
One of our bestselling bags due to it’s sleek design and midrange size which accommodates most DSLRs and basic lenses. The holster-style design includes a shoulder strap and a rain cover.
The 7-in-1 Light Mulit Collapsible Reflectors are a great addition to studio or on location work. The reflectors have 7 changeable colors: White, Black, Silver, Translucent, Golver, Green and Blue and collapse into a 12″ circular carrying case.
Not the cheapest strap, but by far the most comfortable! Often imitated but still the best, Blackrapid offers several models to accommodate different sizes of cameras and shooting styles. For most DSLRs check out the Curve (RS-7), our best selling model.
The #1 selling flash diffuser here at Webbcam, Gary Fong’s Lightsphere Collapsible has been improved with a new velcro strap mount borrowed from the Universal model making it the best of both worlds. Check out Gary’s awesome Youtube channel for great tips on how to get the most out of your on camera speedlite!
A great way to capture Christmas morning memories! Fuji’s Instax cameras have taken over where Polaroid left off and become a worldwide sensation. There’s nothing like instant film photography for parties, weddings, vacations or anytime you want to pass around actual, physical prints with your friends.
The best wireless flash trigger system just got better, and cheaper! Pocketwizards are the industry standard and the new Plus X Transceiver makes them more affordable than ever. Just $85 per unit after the instant rebate, and they now include many of the connection cables that were previously sold separately!
Westcott’s new Modern Vintage backdrops are a great alternative to a flat solid color background or dated looking crush-dyed fabric. They come in many different styles and color combinations and add a new look to your portrait or product photography!
A new and improved design of one of our all time best selling bags. The new Manfrotto Active Backpack series is a great daypack for carrying your DSLR body with a couple lenses in a sleek form factor with enough room up top to store your hoodie, laptop, and whatever else you need while out and about.
Looking to upgrade your basic kit lens, or increase your max focal length without carrying a second lens? The Tamron 18-200 is a very compact superzoom at an extremely affordable price – plus a $20 mail in rebate until the end of the year!
The new Mefoto tripod series is a staff favorite here, and for good reason. The Backpacker model folds up to only 12.6″ for nearly effortless transportation, and all Mefoto tripods include a padded carrying case!
A great alternative to the “nifty fifty” that upgrades the build quality with a stainless mount, and cuts down on the size! This lens is awesome on the new Rebel SL1 and makes a great, lightweight walkaround lens on any body.
If you’re serious about shooting video on your DSLR, you’ve probably run into the limitations of the on-camera mic. The Rode Videomic eliminates a lot of these issues by stabilizing the mic in their proprietary Rycote® Shock Mount system, minimizing unwanted noise created by vibrations or autofocus. The highly directional microphone also isolates your subject from distracting surrounding noises.
Another Webbcam favorite, the Phottix Mitros is hands down the best third-party alternative to the pro level Nikon or Canon speedlites. With a feature set that rivals the SB-910 or 580EXII the Mitros is a very well constructed flash at a great price.
Sigma’s new Art Series of lenses has caused quite a stir in the photographic community over the past year, with the introduction of their fantastic 35mm 1.4, revolutionary 18-35mm 1.8 and the revamped 30mm 1.4 for crop sensor cameras. Roughly equating to a ~50mm on APS-C sized sensors the Sigma 30mm f1.4 is a sharp, fast lens that works wonders for shooting in low light or capturing your subject with a shallow depth of field.
The best value in an entry level DSLR right now. With a 24.2 megapixel CMOS and the new EXPEED 3 processor this camera is incredibly powerful for the price. If you are looking to step into the DSLR world from your point and shoot/iPhone etc, the Nikon D3200 is the way to get started.
At only $399, DLC’s HDSLR rig is cheaper than many other companies follow focus units alone! In addition to including a follow focus, the rig also comes with a matte box, quick release plate and uses industry standard rail sizes for easy additions or replacement of components.
The newest version of the 190 series of tripod legs improves on the leg locks and streamlines the design of the center column rotation feature that cuts down on the size a bit. One of the best, midsize/midpriced tripods just got better!