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Top Valentine's Day Gifts For Creators

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It is that time of year, time for love, chocolates, flowers, and thoughtful gifts. No matter if your better half is a newbie or an experienced photographer/videographer, we have put together a list of the top pieces of gear to gift your loved one this Valentine’s Day.

SONY A7R IV


If you want to really wow your photographer, give the gift of a  truly professional camera.


Sony’s full-frame mirrorless α7R IV reveals ever more overwhelming photographic vision, with expressive prowess once expected only in medium-format cameras, and remarkably high speed in a compact body.


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PEAK DESIGN

As with any creator, there is no shortage of gear. Keeping that gear organized and easily accessible is KEY! Give the gift of top-of-the-line camera backpacks and travel bags from Peak Design. 

Peak Design is the world’s most crowdfunded active company... and for a good reason! Their products are intuitive, high-quality, and resilient.


SKYLUM LUMINAR 4


Give the gift of beautiful imagery! Skylum Luminar 4 editing software is the secret sauce to putting those magical finishing touches on your images.  


Plus, Skylum just announced a plugin for Apple products, allowing Luminar 4 to integrate with Photoshop and Lightroom, this is a win-win.

MOMENT WIDE LENS


If you have a mobile creator on your hands, the Moment Wide Lens is the perfect gift!


The Wide 18mm M-series Lens is an everyday, go-to wide-angle lens for mobile photographers and filmmakers. The cinema quality glass and wide-angle design allows your phone to capture 2x more in your picture. 


GOSCOPE DRONE CASES

This one is for the drone photography lovers. Drones are expensive pieces of equipment that you want to keep safe and protected.
 
Show them that you care about their drone (almost) as much as you care about them with a GoScope drone case! 

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POLAR PRO


Control your shutter speed in ever-changing lighting conditions to control the amount of light entering your lens.   


Groundbreaking photos and videos require precision and flexibility when behind the lens. Any creator would be STOKED to open your gift and see the VND Peter McKinnon Edition.


LUME CUBE 2.0

At its core, photography is the study of light. Get your creator the best portable light on the market!

The Lume Cube 2.0 was made for creators that are always on-the-go and need lighting that can adapt to any shooting condition. Waterproof, durable, Bluetooth, and powerful are just a few ways to describe the Lume Cube 2.0.


RODE WIRELESS GO


If your creator dabbles with videography, they need great audio. Get them the best of the best when it comes to microphones, Rode.

The Rode Wireless Go is the world's smallest, most versatile wireless microphone system. The transmitter works as both a clip-on mic or as the world's smallest beltpack for a RODE lavalier, sending crystal clean broadcast-grade audio via 2.4GHz digital transmission to the ultra-compact on-camera receiver. 



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