Lego Digital Camera. A fully functional digital camera built out of actual Legos, though you cannot disassemble. Includes a 1.5 in. LCD screen, flash, and holds up to 80 images. Available through RESTIR, $66.
A Visual Compendium of Cameras. Illustrated poster of 100 landmark cameras from historic classics to contemporary innovations. Printed on archival recycled stock in a variety of finishing options. 18 x 24 in. Available through Pop Chart Lab, from $24.
A Tintype Portrait. Give a gift certificate or session for a classic tintype photograph. Once the industry standard for the photographic process, 19th century tintype methods are still available through a few caring, meticulous people. We found specialty studios in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Austin, from $70. Image courtesy of Lumiere Tintype.
Powder – Paul Kooiker Shirt. Oversized jersey 100% cotton top with print by fine art photographer Paul Kooiker. Available through Etudes Studio Store, €85.00.
Ultra Thin Grayscale Wall Clock. Designed by Thomas Buchheim and one of the thinnest clocks in the world. Height: 0.55 in. Diameter: 14.2 in. Available through the International Center of Photography Store, $48.
Polaroid Z2300. A point-and-shoot that prints instantly just like Polaroids from times past. Creates instant sticky-backed photos and a 10 mega-pixel digital file stored on the camera. Features include editing and color filters as well as video capabilities. Available through B&H Photo, from $179.
Stars Digital Camera Bag. Made from lightweight Denier Cordura, this bag comes with an extra front pocket, a removable carabineer and shoulder strap. Available in four different colors through Supreme, $28.
Vintage Camera Strap. Once fit for a guitar, this converted boho-style camera strap is adjustable with leather ends. Available through RogueRetro, $220.
Camera Cookie Set. Tiny edible treats in an array of cameras and photography equipment. Available through Manjar, $14.
Holga iPhone Lens. Rotating disk that fits your iPhone to give various Holga effects. Nine different lenses include dreamy vignettes, wild colors and kaleidoscope multi-image options. Available through Adorama, $29.99.
4-in-1 Travel Adapter. Multiple adapters cleverly combined into one unit perfect for compact travel. Each plug is color-coded to indicate which adapter you need and works in over 150 countries worldwide. Available through the MoMA Store, $25.
Photo Keyboard Shortcuts Skin. Perfect for always knowing the fastest way to get editing done. Skins are both reusable and removable. Choose between Photoshop, Aperture, Lightroom or Final Cut Pro. Custom-fitted for a variety of Mac keyboards. Available through Photojojo!, from $30.
Casetagram. This website/app allows you to turn your photos into a one-of-a-kind mobile phone case. You can design your own or pick from the Artist Collections on the site. Pay for a single case or try out Casetagram Monthly, which allows you to design a new case every month. Available through Casetagram, starting at $34. Case designs by Leah Flores and Damian Kuluhiwa.
Cameras Shoulder Tote. Made from 95% recycled material and featuring all sorts of film cameras from bygone eras. Has exterior pockets and shoulder-length straps, 15 x 11 x 6.25 in. Available through Blue Q, $14.99.
Freddie the cap saver. Fun, customizable attachment to keep your camera’s cap secured. Available through DaWanda, €8.50.
DSLR Pro Pack. Camera bag for the heavy-laden photographer. Includes multiple adjustable dividers inside the bag and a compartment for a 15 in. laptop. With protective padding and an extra back pannel for immediate access to gear, the Pro Pack comes in Dune Metric Camo and Black Heather. Available through Incase, $149.95.