This one goes without saying. If you run out of power then all the other accessories on this list are for naught. Always care a spare.
External Hard Drive
If you are going to go through all the effort of buying a DSLR camera, learning how to use it, and then souping it up with accessories, you might as well invest in an external hard drive to make sure that you don’t lose all of your work.
Low Light Capable Lens
You many have noticed that most of the lenses included with your typical DSLR camera aren’t the best for shooting in low light situations, which is exactly why you may want to consider investing in a lens of f/1.8 aperture. It will inevitably perform much better.
Snug-It Camera Skin
There are so many camera covers and protectors out there but not many of them will protect your camera while you’re busy shooting. Delkin’s Snug-It Camera Skins are specifically designed so that you don’t need to take them off in order to access any of the controls.
Memory Card to DVD Burner
Sometimes it can be advantageous to take your photos straight from the memory card to the DVD rather than downloading them all onto your computer first. The EZDigiMagic DVD burner will allow you to do this, which is a huge benefit to any travel photographer.