The three Zeiss ExoLens' for iPhone are fun to use and will improve your photographs, but not everyone will think they're worth the money.
The Shoulderpod is an elegant and dead simple way to boost your the quality of your phone videos.
For frequent GoPro users, the Mota Wireless Charger is well worth the investment for keeping your camera powered up wherever you are.
An excellent lens for portrait, product, street and similar standard-lens photography uses where you want to inject a little creative twist, the Lensbaby Velvet 56 adds that bit of something extra.
Photographers looking for a new way to spice up their light paintings will love how easy it is to get sophisticated results with the Pixelstick.
If you want your phone camera's add-on lens to make a fashion statement as well as a photographic one, Moments' lenses make the grade. Be sure you've considered the tradeoffs, though, like price.
The 55-250mm f3.5-5.6 STM fills a big hole for the dual-lens kit devotees of the company's latest Rebel models.
A pretty great grab-and-go camera bag, the Timbuk2 Informant camera sling is a perfect fit for dSLR or mirrorless camera users who want a lot of storage in a little bag.
If you want to attach your camera to the outside of an existing bag, the Sun-Sniper Strap-Surfer is a fine option.
A fun-to-use lens system, the Lensbaby Spark's low price makes it a great add-on for entry-level dSLR users who want to try their hands at special effects sans filters.
Logitech's new camera accessory attaches to the top of your TV so you can make Skype video and voice calls from your couch.
For iPad-toting photographers looking for a simple compact shoulder bag, definitely put the Think Tank Retrospective 7 on your short list.
Smaller and lighter than a typical messenger bag but still able to hold a pro dSLR body, a flash, a couple of small lenses, and a 13-inch laptop, the Tenba Mini Photo/Laptop Messenger Bag is one of the best-designed bags we've seen.
A great daypack for the amateur photographer, the National Geographic Walkabout Rucksack stylishly and comfortably carries everything the enthusiast needs for a day of shooting, plus it can handle most daily nonphotographic needs.
For a small camera sling with protection from the elements, the Tenba Shootout Sling is tough to beat. But make sure to try before you buy to ensure it's comfortable for you.
The Camera Armor Seattle Sling from Made Products is a truly waterproof camera bag, but you may find its small size constraining.
A tough, full-featured, well-built medium zoom lens, the Nikon AF-S DX 16-85mm f3.5-5.6 G ED VR's relatively high price tag may nevertheless make you want to consider other options.
Kata's DR-467 Digital Rucksack is an excellent choice for a backpack to tote your SLR, a few lenses, some extra gear, and a laptop.