You probably know by now that the LG G5 is a modular phone. The bottom of the device is removable and can be swapped with different accessories that multiply the phone possibilities. A couple of them caught our attention: a little module that will amaze audiophiles, and a bulky module that adds physical camera buttons.
If you shoot with an external flash, learning to control the light can be dreadful. Sometimes the best thing to do is buy a modifier for diffusing the light. Talk about a boring accessory to buy! A new Kickstarter makes flash modifiers fun and practical with the flexy, 3D printed MagSphere and MagBounce.
When shooting in bright light, a neutral density filter can be extremely useful if you want to use a large aperture for some nice background blur. A new Canon EF to Sony E-mount adapter by Fotodiox incorporates a variable ND filter so you don't have to buy one for each lens.
One of the annoying things about action cams is that you need to worry about having a different mount system for various activities. The POV Kit is a simple way to use just the strap of a backpack to help record your proudest escapades.
The idea of a tiny camera stand with a little magnetic slot for your iPhone seemed pretty useless at first. Turns out, it works. And it's not entirely useless!
Every point and shoot I've ever owned has been dropped, dropped and dropped to its death. Just look at their shape! They're asking for it. Sleek, metal, rectangle and slippery, come on, it's impossible to get a perfect grip on. These attachable camera grips, made by Flipbac, try to give you some more girth to grip.…
This super crazy looking gadget is Nikon's new stereoscopic microscope that can be attached to your Nikon DSLR for some serious close-up photos. Don't have a DSLR? You can also attach this to some point-and-shoots.
Connect Kodak's Easyshare HDTV dock to your TV and you can process your pictures from Kodak cameras, SD memory cards or USB drives, controlling it all via remote.
Next time somebody tells you to take a hike, all you need is this walking stick and it'll take care of all your tripod needs, too. The TrekPod from TrekTech holds those binoculars steady on top of this stable mount, and while in its sturdy walking stick mode it can help you climb that mountain as well. It's made of…