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JJC Camera and Photo Accessories

Founded in 2005 in Shenzen, China, JJC integrates research and marketing with its production of digital camera accessories and prides itself on the quality of its designs.

JJC believes in constant innovation, the pursuit of excellence and satisfied customers and produces a wide range of high-quality camera and photo accessories .

JJC screen protectors

It's amazing the difference that having a screen protector can make to your expensive digital camera. When your camera is around your neck, the screen can easily be covered by tiny scratches, making it difficult to view the photo you've just taken. JJC camera screen protectors are easy to install and remove and are inexpensive. Just make sure you buy the right one for your camera model.

JJC remotes and shutter releases

JJC produces a range of wireless remote controls so that you can set up your camera and operate it from a distance. These will connect to most DSLRs that have a remote socket but remember to check one will work with your camera model.

Used for various timer functions including self-timer, interval timer and long-exposure timer, these are especially useful when taking long exposures as you reduce the vibration that occurs when you depress the shutter release button.

JJC cases, bags and covers

Protect your digital camera with a JJC cases, bag or cover. You'll find everything from pouches for individual lenses to silicone camera skin covers to protect your camera body, as well as waterproof rain covers and protective cases for your memory cards.

JJC straps and hand grips

There are all sorts of different types of straps and hand grips that you can choose from to replace the standard one that came with your camera. Choose from a wide range of hand and wrist straps, including floating ones for underwater cameras which are brightly coloured to make it easy to find them in the water.

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