Every photographer should have a camera bag. And that camera bag needs to be packed full of things to take care of your camera, its gear, as well as things that will help you take the best photos imaginable -- and none of those things need to be terribly expensive. We've round up the best camera accessories and gadgets, all under $25, that deserve a place in your camera bag.
This bubble level helps you align your camera so that it's perfectly straight. Plus, it looks awesome sitting on your camera.
This high-speed media reader makes it easy to transfer the photos from your camera to your computer whether it has an SD card slot or not.
This simple tool helps you remove dust from lenses, filters and other hard-to-reach places.
If you still shoot 35mm, each of these colorful film cases can house five rolls.
These cleaning swabs have a head that's perfectly safe to clean your camera's delicate sensor directly.
A microfiber cloth to clean your lenses is a must, and you could always use one more.
In addition to preventing your camera screen from getting dinged up, this screen protector also blocks out UV light. This particular model is compatible with Nikon D90, D300, D300s & D700 Digital SLRs.
This is UV filter doesn't add any extra color or contrast, and helps block ultraviolet light and protect your glass at the same time. Just make sure you get the right size for your lenses.
This little traveling case keeps all your SD, miniSD and microSD cards organized in one safe place.
Extra lens caps will always come in handy because you never know when you're going to misplace (or break) the original one.
If you ever do any long-exposure photography, a remote shutter control is a must. This one works with most of Nikon's offerings, but you can find these for all major brands.
If you're a smartphone shooter, this is a remote shutter button has a range of up to 90 feet.
It's always a good idea to keep an extra SD card (or two) in your bag.
This is a cool lens filter that reflects light and creates a multi-beam, starry effect for fun photos.
The best tripod is the one you have with you. This cheap, tiny stand is far from the sturdiest impliment you can buy, but it will fit in your pocket and you can afford to buy a second to keep handy in your camera bag.