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If photography is your passion, or you're simply interested in learning more about it, Hawaii is the perfect playground to capture amazing photography, both above and below the ocean.
Lugging heavy, expensive, and extremely fragile camera equipment all the way to Hawaii's harsh saltwater environment, however, isn't always in a traveler's best interest.
Hawaii Camera offers a huge variety of top-notch photography equipment for rent by the day, 3 days, 5 days, weekly, or custom amounts, and offer in-store pickup at their Honolulu location or FedEx shipping for those traveling to other islands, including the Big Island, Maui, Lanai, Molokai or Kauai. Deliveries are guaranteed by the end of the business day before the first day of your rental, and shipping to hotels or vacation rentals is common.
If you've always wanted to practice your photography skills, the Hawaiian Islands are absolutely one of the most photogenic places in the world. The Aloha State offers tons of opportunities for unique photography, including underwater landscapes of lava rock formations, endemic marine life found only in Hawaii, and even shorebreak shots at some of our most famous beaches.
For land lovers, the beauty of a cascading waterfall, sunrise from atop a volcano, panoramic beach landscape, bamboo forest, or jagged ocean cliff offers the perfect backdrop for stunning photos.
Common photography equipment for rent includes a variety of professional cameras (Canon, Nikon, Sony, Micro Four Thirds, Lytro, Fuji, GoPro), as well as lenses, lens adapters, flashes, filters, water housings, remotes, grips, batteries, chargers, extenders, extension tubes, memory cards, tripods, binoculars, stands, soft boxes, and more.
Several photography packages are also available based on what kind of photography you're interested in, whether it's surfing, underwater, landscape, wedding or traveler, an easy way to narrow down what you'll need during your stay.
For those interested in shooting video in Hawaii, video production equipment such as dollies, jibs, sliders, audio equipment, motion control, gimbals, stabilizers, mixers, converters, recorders, matte-boxes, filters, rigs, teleprompters, cabling, slates, production carts, and more is available.
The staff at Hawaii Camera are always extremely helpful, patient, knowledgeable and professional, and we have found this to be a great resource for those interested in testing out a certain kind of photography equipment before deciding to buy it themselves.
For more information or to reserve equipment, please visit Hawaii Camera or call toll free at 844.735.3838.
All photography provided by Maui underwater photographer, Peter Rimkus, of Two Tank Photo.