2012 D*S Gift Guide: For the Photophiles

Since last year’s photophile gift guide, I have amassed quite a long list of photography swag. So when Grace asked me to put together a photo guide this year, I obviously couldn’t refuse.

There are so many amazing new products emerging in the photography realm, and I am thrilled to share a few of my favorites with you. In the past year alone, there has been so much innovation in the world of photography, and this little sampling hardly does it justice, but I’ve rounded up some of my favorite gift ideas for the photophiles in your life — everything from automated cameras to fun photo-themed accessories and even something for pet lovers (I couldn’t resist!). I hope it is a photo-tastic holiday season. Enjoy, and happy holidays! — Stephanie

Image above: 1. The Autographer | 2. Ona Camera Bag, $59 | 3. Blackbird Fly Toy Camera, $89.95 | 4. Memento Wearable Camera, $279 | 5. Eye Glasses Camera, $82

More photophile gifts after the jump . . .

Image above: 1. Swivl Camera Crew, $179 | 2. SLR Camera Strap, $39 | 3. Polaroid Z2300, $160–205 | 4. Pet’s View Camera, $40 | 5. Wireless Smartphone Printer, $219.95

Image above: 1. Vintage Camera iPhone Cover, $35 | 2. Imperial Camera iPhone Case, $30 | 3. Hipstamatic iPhone Cover, $19.50 | 4. Polaroid iPhone Cover, $15 | 5. Gizmon ICA iPhone Cover, $55

  1. Announce It! says:

    Great photography accessories, thanks

  2. Paige says:

    We have the Ona camera bag, its great for stuffing into a big purse when we don’t want to lug around the entire kit.

  3. Dhruva says:

    Loved the iPhone covers

  4. Katrin says:

    I love those creative gift ideas – thank you!

  5. alyssa says:

    i loooove the ona camera bags. i’m going to be buying the bowery bag to take around with me when i’m overseas in the spring.

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