Posted May 12, 2018 09:37:00 Video camera accessories and accessories that let you capture, record and share videos on your smartphone are starting to become more commonplace.

And there are a lot of them, according to a recent survey of video camera accessory and accessories vendors.

Video cameras like the GoPro and Canon XSi, for example, have become increasingly popular among consumers and consumers are beginning to realize they can easily add more to their camera bag, even if they’re not going to use them all the time.

But it’s worth noting that video cameras aren’t the only devices that offer this kind of functionality.

The Globe and Mail has asked a bunch of video equipment manufacturers to share their products and how they can best incorporate the latest in video recording and sharing.

Here are five video camera accessories you might want to consider.1.

The GoPro HERO2 Black 2D camera accessory1.0 The GoPro Hero2 Black is one of the first video cameras to incorporate the new GoPro HERO 2 video camera interface.

With the new camera interface, the HERO2 can record 1080p and 720p video at 60 frames per second, which is a new record for video cameras.

The HERO2 also has a new 1.5MP front-facing camera that’s able to capture video at 24 fps.

GoPro HERO-2 Black and GoPro HERO1 Black video cameras both feature a 1.8MP front camera and a new 16MP rear-facing one that’s also a new capture record record record.2.

The Nikon D7100 camera accessory.2 to 3.0 Nikon’s D7000 is one camera that was designed to be a video camper’s ultimate accessory.

Nikon’s DSLR-based D7 series of DSLR cameras features a 1/3.3-inch, 1.2MP front and 1.7MP rear lens.

They have a 5MP front or 10MP rear camera, which makes it ideal for videographers who like to record full-resolution, 1080p video and also for people who like a camera with more than one viewfinder.

It’s also good for video-takers who want to capture high-definition video.

The D7500 features a 2MP front lens, a 1-inch front-focusing lens, and a 1MP rear fisheye lens.3.

The Sony F1.7+ video camera 3.1 This Sony F2 series of full-frame digital cameras have an attractive price tag.

They come in a wide variety of camera models that can record up to 4K video and 1080p at 30 frames per minute, or 720p at 60 fps.

They also have the new F1 and F1i cameras that come in 2MP and 1MP, respectively.

The main difference between these cameras is the resolution of the camera.

The F1 is capable of recording at 30 fps while the F1+ is capable at 60fps.

Both cameras also have built-in Wi-Fi, NFC, and Bluetooth capabilities.4.

The Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L USM lens 4.0The Canon EF 18-135mm f1.8L USM is a prime video camera lens for videography and is used for all Canon’s video cameras including DSLRs, mirrorless cameras, and video cameras that are equipped with an external lens.

The EF 18 is also the prime lens for professional videographers and professional videophiles because it features the new, wider lens diameter for improved light transmission.

It has a wide angle viewfinder, a built-up, 100mm focal length range, and can be used for portrait or landscape photography.

Canon also released a new EF 24mm f2L for video use, but it doesn’t offer an 18-55mm f4L zoom lens.5.

The Tamron SP 240mm f5.6L USSM lens 5.0 This Tamron 24-140mm f3.5-5.8 USM Lens is the lens of choice for professional video photographers.

The lens is available in a 35mm f6L zoom, a 25mm f8L zoom and a 28mm f10L zoom.

It offers a wide-angle, 35mm focal-length range, a 24-80mm focal range, an 80mm focal depth, a 100mm lens aperture and a 12-42mm lens.

Tamron also released an EF 24.5mm f7.1L for videophones use.6.

The Zeiss 135mm f12mm f0.95L fisheng lens6.0A compact lens with a focal length of 1.3X and a focal-area ratio of 0.95X, the Zeiss Zeiss 12mm fisengro lens is an attractive addition to any professional video camera.

It features a wide field of view and a fast focal-angle and an f