This Company Lets You Rent Photography Equipment

Updated: Mar 31

If you’re looking to hone your photography skills in the new year, look no further! BorrowLenses offers customers the opportunity to borrow all kinds of photography and videography equipment. This service could help make your travel photos really pop!


Travel and Leisure ~ ” If making the leap from passive photographer to expert shooter is on your 2021 resolution list, know this: It takes a lot of patience, effort, and a whole lot of practice. One thing it used to take was a whole lot of money too, but companies like BorrowLenses are here to change all that. BorrowLenses [is] a company that allows everyone from the novice to the pro to rent the equipment they need for only the days they need it.

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‘The most expensive item one could rent from BorrowLenses is the ARRI Alexa Mini, which rents for over $3,000 for seven days ($3,213 to be exact),’ Thomas Anello, a social media specialist at BorrowLenses, says. ‘However, when it comes to the BorrowLenses experience, what’s more telling is that we rent gear from something as small as a spare battery all the way up to professional-grade lenses and cameras for photographer and videographers covering projects of all types, from food photography, vlogging, and even commercial and film production.’


Beyond renting, the company also supports several organizations, including Peak Design’s campaign to offer gear grants to Black creators. The company also wants to assist others and encourages anyone working with local non-profits and related organizations in education, social activism, and public health, and climate change to directly reach out to its marketing team for assistance on grants, rental credits, and more. Because everyone deserves the chance to snap a photo worth 1,000 words.” ~ Travel and Leisure


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