Battery grip for the Canon EOS 5D mark III. Provides vertical shooting controls, the ability use 1 or 2 LP-E6 batteries, or 6 AA batteries to power the camera.
The Ec-S Super Precision Matte focus screen is designed to allow better visualization of focus with fast lenses used on Canon’s EOS-1 series SLRs.
Canon’s basic electronic cable/remote release for their higher end EOS cameras (N-style connector). Provides the ability to actuate the shutter release (half and full press), as well as lock the shutter release down for bulb exposures, without touching the camera.
Canon’s TC-80N3 is both a cable release and intervalometer for use with their mid- and high-end EOS bodies.
A big eye-cup that blocks out stray light to improve viewfinder contrast and brightness seems like a bright idea. However the implementation was less than successful in a number of ways.
An interesting, but in my testing problematic, solution for making camera straps quicker release on cameras that use simple strap loops.
Mini QD Loops are tiny “side release” buckles for your camera straps. Small, light weight, and reasonably strong, they’re best used with light cameras.
Quite possibly the best quick release system for camera straps. Anchor Links provide a solid retention mechanism without having massive on camera tails that constantly get in the way.
Really Right Stuff’s custom fitted Arca Swiss compatible L plate for the EOS 5D mark III with it’s BG-E11 battery grip.
ThinkTank Photo’s small Hydrophobia camera rain coat provides as solid waterproof barrier lenses up to a 100-400 when you need to work in the pouring rain and don’t want your gear to get soaked.
X-Rite’s color check cards are the industry standard. This is a pocket sized version, that can be used to generate custom camera profiles, as well as make creative adjustments to white balances.